An Important Message from DOCMS President Ronnie Laney, MD, MPH
View Dr. Laney's message on the DOCMS' commitment to advocacy and engagement on today's most urgent cultural and public health issues: READ NOW
Recent Meeting News
June 10, 2020 Meeting Held Virtually
The Durham-Orange County Medical Society held its first membership meeting online via Zoom. The meeting focused "LGBTQA+ Health" and featured speakers Tonia Poteat, PhD, PA-C, MPH, from UNC Dept. of Social Medicine; Kristen Russell, LCSW, MSW, Child Development and Behavioral Health Specialist, Clinical Social Worker at Duke Health; and Dane Whicker, PhD, Medical Instructor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Duke University School of Medicine.
NEW BENEFIT FOR DOCMS MEETING ATTENDEES: CME NOW AVAILABLE!
The DOCMS is happy to announce another benefit of membership: through the end of the year, each DOCMS meeting is now accredited through the Duke University Health System Clinical Education and Professional Development for one hour of AMA PRA Category 1 CreditTM! If you are interested in taking advantage of this CME opportunity, please see instructions below; logging in and submitting the required information to Duke OneLink will be necessary before each DOCMS meeting you plan to attend.
DOCMS Leaders Talk about Health Issues on WCHL - The Hill
Several DOCMS health care leaders have recently spoken with interviewer Aaron Keck on local radio station WCHL - The Hill, partnering in an effort to create a "City of Health." Have a listen to their informative talks:
NEW! Dr. Charlie Monteiro offers the latest information on COVID-19, including possible treatments and development of a vaccine.Listen now...(June 2020)
Dr. Charlie Monteiro shares the latest on how COVID-19 is impacting the medical field and community at large and offers advice on what to do if symptoms arise.Listen now...(March 2020)