To promote the practice of medicine for the ultimate benefit of the patient

CMS Lunch & Learn: Resources for your Human Resources Tool-Kit

Resources for your Human Resources Tool-Kit

Speaker: Khari Harrison, Senior Account Executive, CareerSource Capital Region

Sponsor: CopyFax 2000

A Seminar Series offered by the Capital Medical Society – For physician office staff (clinical and non-clinical), practice administrators,
managers and business office managers.  CMS member offices only!

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Honor a Doctor! National Doctor’s Day – March 30

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National Doctors’ Day was first observed in Winder, Georgia, by the wife of a doctor to give others the opportunity to recognize and honor doctors who have impacted their lives. In 1958, the U.S. House of Representatives and Senate approved a resolution to commemorate National Doctors’ Day on March 30, which President George Bush then signed into law in 1990. This is your opportunity to honor your doctor. Let’s acknowledge how much we appreciate them, their excellent healthcare, and their fantastic teamwork.


Join us in making a gift today to the Capital Medical Society Foundation to honor your doctor, medical physician or dentist, and include a note of appreciation to them at or mail your gift check, payable to: Capital Medical Society Foundation, 1204 Miccosukee Road, Tallahassee, FL, 32308. Include the name of your honoree and a sentence about why you are honoring them. Each honoree will receive a letter notifying them of your thoughtful gift in their honor and the tribute you share.
To ensure your honoree receives their recognition letter before National Doctors’ Day, please make your gift by March 20, 2023.

Demystifying Investing in Real Estate to Diversify Your Portfolio

Real estate investments can add diversification to your portfolio and getting into the market is easier than you might think. Join us with your spouse or investment partner for a panel discussion and dinner with community experts The Why Behind Real Estate Investing and The Nuts and Bolts of Real Estate Investment.

The 2023 Capital Medical Society Presidential Installation of Sarah Ko, M.D.

 The Capital Medical Society cordially presents

 The 2023 Capital Medical Society Presidential Installation of Sarah Ko, M.D.

 Tuesday, January 24, 2023, 6:00 pm

FSU Alumni Center (1030 West Tennessee Street)

CMS Members and their Spouse/Guest are invited

 2023 Installation Invitation


Important resources provided by the Big Bend Healthcare Coalition to stay safe and up-to-date on storm info

Weather Resources

National Hurricane Center:

National Weather Service Tallahassee:

Helpful Guides

The following resource put together by Leon County contains a comprehensive guide on all things disaster. NOTE: Certain services may be specific to Leon County agencies and/or residents and are not available to persons and/or agencies outside of Leon County

Leon County Disaster Survival Guide:

County Resources

Franklin County Emergency Management:

Gasden County Site:

Gulf County Emergency Management:

Jefferson County Site:

Leon County Emergency Management:

Leon Ready Resources:

Liberty County Emergency Management:

Madison County Emergency Management:

Taylor County Sheriffs Office:

Wakulla County Emergency Management:

Regional Resources

Capital Area Chapter of the American Red Cross:

2-1-1 Big Bend:

Other Weather

College of DuPage has a great satellite loop for tracking storms:

The Capital Medical Society Celebrates Thirty Years of Improving Access to Healthcare in the Community

The Capital Medical Society, Inc. joins its sister organization, the Capital Medical Society Foundation, Inc., in celebrating the 30th anniversary of the We Care Network program. The program, established in 1992, has coordinated over $120 million in donated specialty medical and dental healthcare for low-income, uninsured adults in Leon, Gadsden, Jefferson, and Wakulla Counties. “Physician volunteerism is the program’s lifeblood,” says Executive Director Pam Irwin. The Capital Medical Society is an association for physicians in the four-county area. Three hundred of Capital Medical Society’s members donate healthcare through the program. Other members are referring primary care physicians. Physicians hoping to improve health outcomes and the quality of life for at-risk adults appreciate the We Care Network for distributing charity care equitably among their colleagues and simplifying the screening and referral process. Eligible patients must have income at or below 150% of the Federal Poverty Level and have no other resources to pay for the needed healthcare.

Through a case management team of six, the We Care Network partners with referring primary care providers from Bond Community Health Center, Neighborhood Medical Center, the TMH Family Medicine Residency Program, North Florida Medical Centers, and Care Point Health & Wellness Center to identify at-risk, uninsured, adult patients in need of specialty healthcare. The team collaborates with volunteer physicians, dentists, donating hospitals, and ancillary providers to deliver donated care. Last year, the We Care Network received 2,908 requests for specialty medical or dental providers. The need is great.

“Physician volunteerism is not the answer to uninsured healthcare,” said Dr. Jim Stockwell, the local We Care Network founder. The We Care Network is a Band-Aid on the healthcare system in a community that values access for all. THANK YOU to the physicians and dentists who have been a part of the We Care Network these past thirty years.

About: Capital Medical Society, Inc. is a 501(c)(6) corporation, dedicated to promoting the practice of medicine for the ultimate benefit of the patient. For more information, visit or follow us on Facebook at

Building Loyal Customers in Challenging Times – CMS Lunchtime Virtual Seminar – Wednesday, April 20, 2022

Lunchtime Virtual Seminar
Wednesday, April 20, 2022
12:30PM to 1:25PM

Building satisfied and loyal advocates for your organization or medical services doesn’t just come from having good medical outcomes. Today’s patients often have choices on where to be seen for medical issues. Add to that the shorter fuse and unrealistic expectations of some patients and it is clear that we need to find strong ways to communicate respect and compassion to increase customer satisfaction. Patients today are likely to weigh the emotional side of the equation — how they are treated through the entire process, their ability to understand and relate to doctors and staff, and feeling valued and respected — as much as the factual side — success rates, experience of medical personnel, rates of complications or infection, and timeliness of care and service.

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April 20, 2022 Brochure