Archbishop Luka Voyno-Yasenetsky born Valentin Felixovich Voyno-Yasenetsky ; April 27/May 9 1877, in Kerch; died June 11 1961 in Simferopol was a Russian outstanding surgeon, the founder of purulent surgery, a spiritual writer, a bishop of Russian Orthodox Church, and an archbishop of Simferopol and of the Crimea since May 1946. He was a laureate of Stalin Prize in medicine in 1946.
His most important work in medicine is Purulent Surgery Essays, 1934. This is still a reference book and a manual for surgeons. He was canonized in Russian Orthodox Church. The feast day is May 29/June 11.