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Upcoming GCMS Activities

 

 
 CME ACTIVITIES
  
Saturday, Nov. 15
Breakfast 7:45 - Program 8:15 - 11:15 a.m.
GCMS Van Smith Cancer Symposium
Mercy H.C. "Chub" O'Reilly Cancer Center Auditorium

Treatment of Oropharynx Cancer in the HPV Era
Joseph Califano, M.D., Professor
Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions
HPV- A Public Health Perspective
Kendra Findley, Administrator of Community Health and Epidemiology
Springfield-Greene County Health Department
HPV- A Primary Care Perspective
TBA

Saturday, Dec. 13 -- 7:30 - 9:00 a.m.
Watch for details!
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Breakfast at GCMS
Saturday, Dec.13
7:00-7:30 a.m.

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For information about any GCMS activity or to RSVP
417/887-1017 or director@gcms.us
 
 

 

 

 

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Welcome GCMS physicians!  Please log in (upper right on home page) to access all the membership features of the website.  Contact the GCMS Director (887-1017 or via e-mail below) if you need assistance with log in or a password reset.  

Thank you.

 

  

 

 

Welcome

Representing over 400 physicians in southwest Missouri, the Greene County Medical Society ("GCMS") is the entity which pulls physicians together as a profession regardless of other affiliations. 

The Greene County Medical Society has a long history of innovation, leadership, education, advocacy, and service. With health care reforms upon us, it is very important that physicians become well-positioned to adapt to any changes in the health care environment.  GCMS is a vehicle that helps us be more organized and have a voice in the upcoming changes as we participate and contribute in shaping the presence and future of our profession and our community.

We invite all physicians in southwest Missouri to participate.  Join us as we work together as physicians and in collaboration with organizations in our communities to address the needs of our patients and our professions. 

 

Troy Spilde, MD

2014 GCMS President