Brevard Medical Society Installation Dinner Feb. 20
By Space Coast Medicine & Active Living // February 12, 2014
Dr. Haridopolos To Be Installed As President
BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – The Brevard County Medical Society will hold their annual officer Installation Dinner on Thursday, Feb. 20 at the Hilton Melbourne Rialto Place.
The special guest speaker will be Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi and entertainment will be provided by the Brevard Symphony Youth Orchestra.
Dr. Stephanie Haridopolos is the incoming president of BCMS. In addition, officers include President Elect Dr. Devin Datta, Vice President Dr. James Glenn, Treasurer Dr. Piyush Joshi and Secretary Dr. David Badalato. Board of Governors members include Dr. Stephen Badalato, Dr. Lance Grenevicki, Dr. Heidar Heshmati, Dr. Sahida Sahay, Dr. Gobi Balaji and Dr. Kyle Moyle.
Florida Medical Association delegates include Dr. Lance Grenevicki, Dr. Devin Datta, Dr. Stephen Badalato, Dr. John H. Potomski Jr., Dr. Piyush Joshi, Dr. Stephanie Haridopolos, Dr. Heidar Hesmati and Dr. Eugene F. Wawryzniak. FMA alternate delegates include Dr. Gobi Balaji, Dr. Kyle Moyle, Dr. Sahida Sahay and Dr. Armando Martinez.
Reservations are required and must be received by February 17. Dinner is complimentary for all physicians and guests. BCMS member dues will be waived for any physician member who brings two non-member physicians to join BCMS.
FINDING SOLUTIONS TO PROBLEMS FACING PATIENTS
The Brevard County Medical Society was established in 1904. It is a professional and scientific organization of medical and osteopathic physicians in Brevard County. Is the local affiliate of the Florida Medical Association and is a member of the Federation of Medicine.
The goals of the Brevard County Medical Society are to serve as the voice of medicine; to maintain the role as a trusted community resource and leader; to provide strong governmental advocacy; and to protect, improve and strengthen practice viability.
The Brevard County Medical Society provides an environment for physicians to come together to try to find solutions to problems facing their patients. It also provides a forum for open discussion of important socioeconomic issues facing physicians, medical practices and patients.
For more information call 321-632-8481 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org