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  • 2017 Medical Education Celebration Cruise

    SCMS is hosting an evening cruise celebrating medical education in Spokane held aboard COP member Travis Prewitt’s (UBS Bank) boat “The Serendipity” on Thursday, September 7, 2017. 

    Click here for details and event registration. 

    Due to limited space capacity on the boat and the nature of the event, invites to participate are limited to practicing physicians and physician assistants only and does not include spouses, significant others or staff.  


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    For printable PDF click here.  To login and register click here.
    For questions contact Karen Hagensen at (509) 325-5010 ext. 226 or karen@spcms.org
  • Encouraging a time of membership collegiality in a relaxed atmosphere, the evening is open to all members and spouses/partners. This event is held on the first Wednesday of each month, with appetizers and the first drink hosted by SCMS! Limited free parking availableFor event details or to register online for the event, click here. You may also email your RSVP to Shelly Bonforti at shelly@spcms.org or call (509) 325-5010.
     

        


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President's Message

Picture of John McCarthy, MD, President of SCMS

By John McCarthy, MD | SCMS President

A transformation in the medical society is starting to shape up and your SCMS Board would like you to be aware of this. The board has come to appreciate that the status quo in terms of how the society operates needs to transition. We are in the midst of visioning with respect to this; we have heard from our past presidents and are reaching out to our new physicians this month. At present, we are continuing with our current mission statement as being core to why we exist. We believe we play an important role in the community, though our role has morphed over the years. Historically, we transitioned from social convener and information exchanger, to credentialor, to more recently, physician voice of neutrality for local physicians while maintaining many other roles. This voice helps to focus our work across health systems, educational institutions, information technologies, legislative issues and prepare for an everchanging future.

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