Events to advance advocacy, philanthropy and social connection
DuPage County Medical Society Physicians’ Lounge and White Coat Casual events foster collegiality and networking by bringing physicians together in activities that range from strictly social to those with an educational component. Society business is conducted in Committee and Board meetings which members are welcome to attend and observe.
January 8, DCMS Executive Committee Meeting, 4 pmMonthly meetings of the Executive and Governmental Affairs Committees will be held at the DuPage County Health Department (111 N. County Farm Rd. Wheaton) in the Lower Level 1 conference room. Executive Committee 4 pm.Our DCMS Governmental Affairs Committee will host an exploratory discussion of the issues around Medicare for All/universal healthcare in lieu of its January meeting. The session, originating as a request from a student member of DCMS, will be open to all Society members. John Perryman, MD, northern Illinois co-president of the Physicians for a National Health Program organization, has agreed to speak along with Kara Murphy, president of the DuPage Health Coalition, and Paul Ehrlich, 3rd year medical student at Midwestern University, CCOM.
February 12, Board of Directors MeetingFebruary Board of Directors Meeting will be held at the DuPage County Health Department (111 N. County Farm Rd. Wheaton) in the Lower Level 1 conference room at 5 pm.
Monthly meetings of the Executive will be held at the DuPage County Health Department (111 N. County Farm Rd. Wheaton) in the Lower Level 1 conference room at 4 pm. Governmental Affairs Committee is cancelled for March.Make a difference on March 14 as DCMS physicians, their families and friends come together to spend the morning volunteering at the Northern Illinois Food Bank. Our work will help ensure that our hungry neighbors will have access to food in their time of need. We’ll gather at the Northern Illinois Food Bank in Geneva by 9 am that day. Three fulfilling hours later we can celebrate our important work and see the amazing amount of food we were able to sort and pack for distribution! Children age 8 and above are welcome to participate. Make it a learning experience and shared family fun!