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Young Physicians Making a Difference

PHYSICIANS WHO CARE …

for their patients, their profession and their community

What MSSC can do for physicians.

Connect

Relationships are vital to the practice of medicine and the well-being of physicians. MSSC helps physicians make professional connections and form peer friendships.

Advocate

State and federal rules and regulations can have a profound impact on medicine. MSSC monitors legislative activity and advocate on behalf of physicians and patients.

Support

The business of medicine is complex and ever changing. MSSC provides professional support services, patient referrals, continuing education and member discounts.

Serve

MSSC provides opportunities for community service through Project Access, public health initiatives and other community care programs.

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Live Updates COVID-19 CASES
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NEWS to KNOW

COVID exacerbates mental health challenges

The stress of living through the COVID-19 pandemic and the far-reaching economic impacts it has caused has negatively af-fected people’s health and created new barriers for people already suffering from

Medical students get matched to their residency programs

Since last fall, fourth-year medical students at the University of Kansas School of Medicine-Wichita have been applying and interviewing – virtually due to COVID-19 – for residency programs across Kansas

Physicians urged to reach out to legislators on APRN issue

Although the Kansas Legislature temporarily adjourned April 9 for a three-week break, several issues that concern physicians continue to be in play until the legislature concludes its remaining business during

Dr. Mitnaul promotes mental health with wellness show

Mental health issues have taken a front-row seat over the past year as families deal with the fallout from COVID-19, community restrictions and other unprecedented changes in their lives stemming

MSSC Tweets

The coronavirus vaccine skeptics who changed their minds. #kshealth https://www.washingtonpost.com/health/2021/05/03/vaccine-hesitant-americans-change-minds-debeaumont-foundation/?tid=ss_tw

Virus variants spread as vaccinations slowed in April across Kansas, COVID data show. #kshealth https://www.kansas.com/news/coronavirus/article251110799.html

Congrats to our VP Collective Impact & Resources Beth Oaks, who retires today after 24 years of service to our community as a United Way VP. Thank you, Beth, for your dedication, expertise and service. You will be missed!

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Here is an interview MSSC Board member Dr. Chady Sarraf did recently on the importance of getting the COVID-19 vaccine. This includes those who already had the virus and recovered. https://www.kwch.com/2021/04/20/doctors-still-encourage-vaccine-for-those-who-have-had-covid-19-recovered/

Out at the Medical Society unveiling of this awesome Keeper statue. The artist created this to honor our medical community, who sacrificed so much this past year battling the Covid19 pandemic. We're absolutely in their debt & they will forever have our gratitude. 😷 #WeAreWichita

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