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

CAPITAL MEDICAL SOCIETY FAMILY MOVIE NIGHT

For more information, check your email or email Rosalie at rcarlin@capmed.org.

 

CMS Lunchtime Virtual Seminar – Wednesday, June 15, 2022

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

The International Rescue Committee is a resettlement agency that contracts with the federal government to provide services and welcome to refugees in Tallahassee. Refugees face challenges when rebuilding their lives in a new country and connecting with and receiving health care is one of their large hurdles to overcome. Karen Duncan will give a brief background on the IRC, the populations they serve, and a summary of the unique cultural practices around medical care for each population. She will share information about interpretation service options, insurance, and bill payment, etc.

There is no charge for this event.

Presenter:

Karen Duncan
Community Engagement & Outreach Coordinator, International Rescue Committee (IRC) Tallahassee

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Once you register you will receive the Webinar link.

Please register before June 15, 2022

The We Care Network Marks 30 Years of Improving Access to Healthcare

The Capital Medical Society Foundation’s We Care Network program is deeply grateful to its donating physicians, dentists, ancillary partners, grantors, and donors for their commitment to improving access to healthcare in our community.

 Our Mission:
Provide a safety net for low-income, uninsured adults most in need of our community
through coordination of donated specialty medical and dental healthcare.

Read More about We Care!

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

 

HONOR A DOCTOR – RECOGNIZE A PHYSICIAN WHO INSPIRES YOU

Please join the Capital Medical Society in wishing the doctors in our community a Happy Doctors’ Day!
They persevere with excellence through a challenging time. We want to recognize them as they care for patients and each other.
We want to acknowledge how much we appreciate them, their excellent healthcare, and their fantastic teamwork. They have done their best for the patients of this community and others transferred here for care. At the core, they are our medical family.

As we try to social distance as much as possible to avoid illness, they don their PPE and move towards those in need. The work in clinics, hospitals, and care facilities is part of the worldwide story of those knowingly putting themselves at risk to save lives.
They are working together to distribute vaccines and boosters in our community.

Many are physically and psychologically tired from the relentless impact of the pandemic.
And yet, these doctors continue to care for us. Now, is your opportunity to thank and encourage them.

March 30 is National Doctors’ Day, a day to recognize physicians, their service, and their contributions to society and communities. This year, celebrate National Doctors’ Day by choosing to make an honorary donation to the Capital Medical Society Scholarship Fund supporting future physicians.

Leave a comment in the Tribute Gift box on the donation page to be shared by letter with your doctor honoree.

To ensure your honoree receives their recognition letter before National Doctors’ Day, please make your gift by Monday, March 21.

Donate at:  https://capmed.org/donate/

Or mail your gift check, payable to: Capital Medical Society Foundation, 1204 Miccosukee Road, Tallahassee, FL, 32308.
Please 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.

 

The Julia Revell St. Petery, M.D. Scholarship in Pediatrics Endowment

On October 4, 2021, The Julia Revell St. Petery, M.D. Scholarship in Pediatrics Endowment was established through an anonymous, major seed gift to the Capital Medical Society Foundation. The endowment honors Dr. Julia St. Petery and her legacy in the medical community. The beloved pediatrician passed away on September 30, 2021.

The interest earned on the endowment will provide scholarships to 4th-year medical students at Florida State University College of Medicine who plan to practice pediatric medicine upon completion of their residency programs.

To honor Dr. Julia St. Petery with an endowment gift to promote the practice of pediatrics, please go online to http://capmed.org/donate/ or make a check payable to CMS Foundation with Dr. St. Petery Endowment on the memo line. Checks may be mailed to CMS Foundation at 1204 Miccosukee Road, Tallahassee, FL 32308. If you have any questions or would like to discuss your gift, please contact Pam Irwin at 850-559-8611 or pirwin@capmed.org.

Pam Irwin

Executive Director

Capital Medical Society Foundation, Inc.

HONOR A DOCTOR FOR DOCTORS’ DAY 2021

As we begin year two of the COVID-19 pandemic, join the Capital Medical Society in wishing all of the doctors in our community a Happy Doctors Day! They are going through a challenging time. We want them to know how much they are appreciated as they take care of patients and each other. We want to acknowledge how much we appreciate them, their great work, and their fantastic teamwork. They have done their best for the patients of this community and others transferred here for care. At the core, they are our medical family.

While we try to stay away from people as much as possible to avoid illness, they gear up for battle and run into the fire. The work in clinics, hospitals, and care facilities is part of the worldwide story of those knowingly putting themselves at risk to save lives. And now, they are working together to distribute vaccines in our community.

Many are physically and psychologically tired from the relentless impact of the pandemic. And yet, these doctors continue to care for us, their patients. Now, is your opportunity to thank and encourage them.

March 30 is National Doctors’ Day, a day to recognize physicians, their service, and their contributions to society and communities. This year, celebrate National Doctors’ Day by choosing to make an honorary donation to the Capital Medical Society Scholarship Fund supporting future physicians.

Leave a comment in the Tribute Gift box on the donation page to be shared by letter with your doctor honoree.

To ensure your honoree receives their recognition letter before National Doctors’ Day, please make your gift by Monday, March 22.

 

Donate at:

https://capmed.org/donate/

Or mail your gift check, payable to: Capital Medical Society Foundation, 1204 Miccosukee Road, Tallahassee, FL, 32308. Please 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.