Thanks to our sponsors, donors and ACMS Golf and Tennis participants like you, we are able to raise funds, awareness and meet the educational mission of our foundation!
Arlington County Medical Society is proud to present the ACMS Foundation Scholarship, initiated by our member physicians, as a means to give back to the future of medicine – our local students.
The foundation aims to annually award a $10,000 scholarship to a local high school senior interested in pursuing studies in medicine or healthcare.
Our small organization works hard to raise funds throughout the year (Annual ACMS Golf and Tennis, Charity Poker, membership silent auctions, etc.) Please consider participating in tonight’s silent auction as a way to help us raise funds for future scholarships.
Enjoy your day and thank you for your generous support!
Arlington County Medical Society Foundation
Steering Clear of Malpractice Trouble | Legislative Wrap-Up
Quintessential medical society general membership meeting offering a cornucopia of good stuff: A little education – most common physician liabilities, a little legislation – summary of the 2020 session in Richmond, and a bonus “cheers to community” – the presentation of the ACMSF Scholarship Fund check of $10,000 to Wakefield High School!
This meeting is made possible by the generous support of our long-time friend, Martha Hess, of Professionals Advocate. Don’t miss out – we will have fresh wood-fired pizzas, delicious appetizers and happy hour drinks at a local favorite, Assaggi Pizzeria! Bring your colleagues with you…
All ACMS members are welcome at no charge; prospective new members accompanied by active members are also free of charge! Non ACMS guests are $50
Join ACMS in the fight against Human Trafficking with a presentation by Dr. Swati Shirali, ACMS member physician who serves and volunteers as Human Trafficking Training Specialist at “Just Ask Prevention,” a northern Virginia organization committed to end teen sex trafficking. Bill Woolf, CEO of Just Ask Prevention, will also be at hand to answer any questions.
With DC being one of thirteen high trafficking cities in the country and the state of Virginia ranked at #10, trafficking is happening in our communities. Physicians, you may see these patients in your office, emergency room or operating room and not even recognize it.
This talk will enlighten medical professionals on trafficking, awareness and prevention.
Washington Golf & Country Club
3017 N. Glebe Road, Arlington, VA 22207