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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

Black doctors helping dispel vaccine myths

Black physicians in Sedgwick County are urging all doctors – especially those who treat patients of color – to help dispel inaccurate COVID-19 myths and promote the widespread use of

Vaccine distribution underway, but not without challenges

COVID-19 vaccinations are underway in Sedgwick County and much of the state, but the process isn’t running as smoothly as many health leaders would like. A disjointed federal and state

MSSC 2020 Year in Review

And what a year it was! Take a peek back at the “Year in Review” magazine published by the Medical Society of Sedgwick County. We recap how the pandemic changed

Rise in covid cases strains medical community

November has become one of the most challenging months for the medical community since the pandemic took hold last spring. The number of COVID cases in Sedgwick County has surged,

MSSC Tweets

Wichita hospitals remain ‘critical’ with full ICUs as Kansas COVID case counts improve #kshealth https://www.kansas.com/news/coronavirus/article248748950.html

January 2021 issue of MSSC News, which looks at the local COVID-19 vaccination rollout and Black doctors’ efforts to counter vaccine myths. MSSC President Stephen J. Grindel, DO, encourages physicians to lead by example in fighting the pandemic.
https://mssconline.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/newsjan21.pdf

Black Americans Are Getting Vaccinated at Lower Rates Than White Americans https://khn.org/MTI0NDA2Nw via @khnews

Fewer Children Died in 2020, Despite the Pandemic. Experts Are Trying to Figure Out Why. #kshealth https://ti.me/39vjx5a

High COVID hospitalizations — and deaths — take a toll on Kansas health care workers. #kshealth https://www.kansas.com/news/coronavirus/article248450785.html

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