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Take the KCMS CME, “Racism in Medicine.”  for credit. CLICK HERE for the CME. Thank you to J&J who made this possible.

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King County Medical Society is proud to have offered both a CNE (Sat, July 17, 2021) and CME (Sat, July 24, 2021) focused on Preventing Childhood Lead Poisoning in collaboration with Public Health – Seattle & King County and UW Medicine. Recordings of these conferences will be available for viewing and credit in the coming weeks. For any questions, please reach out directly to Salem Adisu at sadisu@kcmsociety.org.
Please consider joining your colleagues for the 2021 KCMS Delegate Council. Email Connor Hinton at Chinton@kcmsociety.org  for more information.
WMC warns medical providers to beware of scams re: their medical licenses. Click here for more information.

COVID-19 VACCINES

KCMS worked overtime for months to get you vaccines. KUDOS!
KCMS Community Foundation’s Underrepresented Minority Scholarship
Detailed information about the URM Scholarship is HERE

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BI-WEEKLY NEWSLETTERS & INFORMATION BLASTS

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From one of our members to his colleagues,

“Hi Team. If you’re not a member of the KCMS I would suggest that you’re missing out. Their publication (forwarded) is the best of its kind; an example of genuine quality and efficiency in communication. Take that left-over CME money and join this year to support your local medical society.”

Seattle Photo Organizing transforms photo/video collections into accessible memories.  10% off to all KCMS members.

DELEGATE COUNCIL

KCMS Delegates are meeting NOW! Got ideas of what you want to be changed in the world of medicine? Let us know.
With our dedicated lobbyist, James Paribello, KCMS delegates advocate for organized medicine by working directly with elected officials.

Dr. Rehman testifies in support of recent legislation.

Society’s delegates have a powerful voice in setting WA state legislative priorities and policies affecting how you practice medicine.
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2020 Resolutions

HOW TO GET INVOLVED

Become a Delegate! KCMS members are welcome to serve on our Delegate Council, which pursues legislative efforts with the help of our dedicated lobbyist, James Paribello.
Serve on a Committee – We invite King County Medical Society members to serve on any of our five active committees.
PHSKC Childhood Lead Poisoning Work  In partnership with Public Health – Seattle & King County, KCMS is creating a Pb Poisoning CME to increase awareness and prevention of childhood lead poisoning.
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Thank you to RealNetworks Foundation which has provided $25K to the KCMS Community Foundation, specifically Frontline PPE!

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COMMENTS FROM OUR MEMBERS…

“I just wanted to take a moment to say THANK YOU to the KCMS for your efforts in getting community healthcare providers vaccinated. You are the only agency who has made such an organized effort on our behalf. Thanks for your hard work!!”

“Questions about the latest medical news? Our doctors are at the front lines!”

“KCMS has excellent leadership, strategic management, and collaborative skills – is nimble and responsive. To quote Hamilton, “‘we get the job done!”

“Doctors cannot be passive observers; we want to set the standards, not have someone else tell us what the standards are.”

“I’m a great believer in the physician as an advocate focused on the welfare of patients.”

“The benefits saved $1,200 a year for my practice”

“Using the KeyBank mortgage discount saves me $1,000 per month!”

“Hi Team.

 If you’re not a member of the KCMS I would suggest that you’re missing out. Their publication (forwarded) is the best of its kind; an example of genuine quality and efficiency in communication. Take that left-over CME money and join this year to support your local medical society.”

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