Members of the Snohomish County Medical Society,
We’re pleased to announce the launch of the Snohomish County Medical Society’s eDirectory! This eDirectory is the long awaited and renovated replacement for the SCMS printed publication which was retired in 2016.
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The Snohomish County Medical Society trustees have created a scholarship/grant for residents in Snohomish county. SCMS will award a scholarship recipient $2,500.00 to go towards a residents community project.
The guidelines for the scholarship and grant are that the resident be in good standing within their program and a SCMS resident member. The essay portion of the scholarship asks each resident “Why they chose to be a physician” and then explain their residency community project. The grant is for $2,500.00 and due March 30, 2020. The recipient will be announced on April 10, 2020. Below are the grant guidelines for the community project each resident must discuss:
Residency Community Project Grant Guidelines
1. Improve community Health Literacy and patient advocacy
2. Increase the use of telemedicine for community medical practices
3. Improve physician participation in the Accountable Communities of Health
4. Address community and health care priority for public health
5. Strengthen the doctor-patient relationship in health care delivery
6. Review the needs and opportunities for charitable care.
7. Define the health care needs of the non-citizen component of our population
If you are a resident and member of SCMS, click here to fill out the online application: click here.Application Form
Join the Snohomish County Medical Society as a Trustee. Elections will take place in January 2020.
The Snohomish County Medical Society (SCMS) Board of Trustees is the governing body for the SCMS. The Board supervises the Executive Director, elect’s officers, establishes a budget, sets strategic direction, approves new members, and assures that SCMS activities further the interests of the membership.
The Board may have up to twelve members elected by the SCMS membership. All SCMS members in good standing are eligible to stand for election to the Board. We encourage all members to join the Board. If you are interested in serving on the SCMS Board, please submit a bio-sketch to email@example.com by January 10, 2020. If you have any questions, please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
The trustees meet four times a year. We meet twice, in-person in Snohomish county and we have 2 conference call meetings. The 2018 meeting dates are:
February 12, 2019 Tuesday evening; 6:00 pm start time.
May 7, 2019 Tuesday evening; 6:00 pm start time.
September 10, 2019 Tuesday evening; 6:00 pm start time. Conference Call
December 10, 2019 Tuesday evening; 6:00 pm start time. In Person in Mill Creek or Everett. Location TBD