Thank you for joining us on March 2 for Dr. Baird’s webinar, COVID-19 Testing and Vaccine Update. The slides are available here. Dr. Geoffrey Baird is the interim chair of the Department of Laboratory Medicine and Pathology at the University of Washington School of Medicine in Seattle, WA. He is also the director of clinicalRead more about Recording of March 2 COVID-19 Testing and Vaccine Update webinar available[…]
Please join us for a free webinar on Tuesday, March 3 with Dr. Geoffrey Baird for the latest updates on COVID-19 testing and vaccinations, with time for Q&A. Benton Franklin County Medical Society Webinar COVID-19 Testing and Vaccine Update Tuesday, March 2, 2021 6:30 – 7:30pm via Zoom Dr. Geoffrey Baird is the interim chairRead more about March 3 Webinar: COVID-19 Testing and Vaccine Update with Dr. Geoffrey Baird[…]
Thank you to everyone who joined us on Thursday, November 17. We’d like to thank our speakers for their engaging and informative discussions: Dr. Scott Lindquist, Sean Graham, and Jeb Shepard. The recording is available here. A pdf of Dr. Lindquist’s presentation is available as well as a link to an article he references onRead more about Thank you for attending the 2020 Annual Meeting![…]
Registration is closed for this event. Benton Franklin County Medical Society 2020 Annual MeetingTuesday, November 17, 20206:30 – 8:15pmvia Zoom Featured Speakers: Scott Lindquist, MD, MPH, State Epidemiologist for Communicable Diseases, Washington State Department of Health Sean Graham, Director of Government Affairs, and Jeb Shepard, Director of Policy, Washington State Medical Association We are alsoRead more about Register Today for the BFCMS 2020 Annual Meeting[…]
The opportunity to submit nominations for the following board positions with the Benton Franklin County Medical Society is now open: Secretary-Treasurer (one year term) Trustee-at-Large (three year term) Submit your nominations to the BFCMS Executive Board or Executive Director, Emily Jones, at email@example.com, via US mail, or fax. Nominations will be accepted until September 30, 2020. BFCMS2001 SixthRead more about Now Accepting BFCMS Board Nominations[…]
We are thankful to the following partners who are sponsoring our 35th Annual CME Seminar!
We are excited to announce that early registration is available for our upcoming CME Seminar, scheduled for February 22nd. The registration information is available by clicking HERE. Please contact Nicole at 943-8817 or Nicole@bfcms.org with any questions.
Don’t forget to RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org or 943-8817 if you plan to attend the April 17 General Membership Meeting. Richard Bartlett, Craig Marcum and Randy Johnston from Waddell & Reed will be presenting a “Roadmap to Retirement.”
Registration for the 34th Annual CME Seminar is officially open. Early registration rates are available through February 16th with discounted rates for member physicians and physician assistants. Please contact Nicole at 943-8817 or email@example.com for more information. Registration-Electronic Version
Don’t forget to RSVP to Nicole at 943-8817 or firstname.lastname@example.org by November 10th for our November General Membership Meeting. Carol Moser, Executive Director of Greater Columbia Accountable Community of Health & Wes Luckey, Program Manager of Greater Columbia Accountable Community of Health will join us to provide an update on their activities.