“I joined BCMS and MedChi for a number of reasons; chief among them were the opportunity to gain the perspectives of colleagues in varied specialties and practice settings on the evolving state of health care, and to be a part of a united physician voice.” – Camellus O. Ezeugwu, M.D., Ph.D. (cardiologist), BCMS President, 2021/2022
Broaden your engagement with colleagues, both locally and statewide, participate on committees, attend continuing medical and other education activities, volunteer for community projects, and enjoy social events.
Propose a resolution for consideration by the MedChi House of Delegates to enhance your profession, patient care, and the public health; participate in legislative exchanges with City and State elected officials; advocate for passage of the statewide legislative agenda.
Serve on a BCMS committee, task force, board of directors, BCMS Caucus or local and state advisory or regulatory board or commission; enroll in specially developed leadership and training programs.
Attend a robust schedule of continuing medical education (CME) and other learning activities developed by BCMS and MedChi, both accredited CME providers; get to know leaders of City and State health care, corporate, government, community, and cultural institutions via in-person (and virtual) events and “Snack Chats”
Keep updated via the membership newsletter, BCMS Messenger, periodic legislative and other Alerts, and MedChi publications; volunteer for BCMS Foundation’s Speakers Bureau; author an article for BCMS Foundation’s patient newsletter, BCMS Report
Receive patient referrals via the state-wide physician referral on-line service; benefit from employment contract review and other legal services, as well as periodic special and discounted personal and professional services
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