Rep. Crisafulli To Speak At Brevard Medical Society Dinner Tonight
By Space Coast Daily // May 16, 2014
2014 Spring Member Meeting & Dinner May 16
ABOVE VIDEO: Dr. Stephanie Haridopolos was installed as the 2014 president of the Brevard County Medical Society during the organization’s installation dinner in February.
BREVARD COUNTY • VIERA, FLORIDA – The Brevard County Medical Society will host their 2014 Spring Member Meeting & Dinner on Friday, May 16 at the Holiday Inn in Viera, located at 8298 North Wickham Road.
The Guest of Honor will be Representative Steve Crisafulli, the incoming Speaker of the House, who will provide a legislative update from Tallahassee.
Dr. Stephanie Haridopolos was installed as the 2014 president of the Brevard County Medical Society during the organization’s installation dinner in February.
Outgoing BCMS president Dr. John H. Potomski presented the presidential gavel to Dr. Haridopolos, and Judge Michael Rudisill installed the 2014 officers, which included President Elect Devin Datta, MD; Vice President James Glenn, MD; and Treasurer Piyush Joshi, MD.
Dinner is complimentary for all physicians and guests, and current Brevard County Medical Society members’ 2014 dues will be waived for any physician member who brings two non-member physicians to join the organization.
Social time begins at 6 p.m., and dinner is at 7 p.m. For more information and reservations contact the BCMS office at 321-632-8481 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
PHYSICIANS WORKING TO PRESERVE, ENHANCE PRACTICE OF MEDICINE
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.
Although membership is voluntary, physicians choose to join because they know that team efforts are most effective in attaining their goal of quality medical care for Brevardians and all Floridians. Society members understand that quality medical care means being involved in patient advocacy, public information and health education, and community health affairs.
The goals of the Brevard County Medical Society are: to serve as the voice of medicine, to maintain our 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 log on to BrevardCountyMedicalSociety.org or call 321-632-8481.