NCMS Committees

Much of the work of the North Carolina Medical Society is accomplished through its committees. NCMS committees discuss and recommend official policies and actions for adoption by the Board of Directors. The committees meet two to three times a year.

In addition to the professional satisfaction that results from participating in committee work, many NCMS members enjoy the excellent opportunity committees give them to become acquainted with and work with colleagues throughout the state. Questions regarding NCMS Committees should be directed to Evan Simmons, 919-833-3836, esimmons@ncmedsoc.org.

Communications and Membership Advisory Committee

Reviews all endorsed programs offered to NCMS members and provides direction on marketing the image and identity of the NCMS to members, prospective members, and the general public.

Staffed by Elaine Ellis.

Constitution and Bylaws Committee

Keeps NCMS governing documents updated and in conformity with the Society’s current needs and activities.

Staffed by Steve Keene.

Ethical and Judicial Affairs Committee

Interprets the principles of medical ethics and investigates general ethical conditions.

Staffed by Steve Keene.

Finance Committee

Advises the NCMS on all financial, personnel, and audit issues.

Staffed by Shawn Scott and Riaz Mullick.

Legislative Cabinet

Directs and implements the Society’s legislative program and facilitates individual physician involvement in legislative advocacy efforts.

Staffed by Chip Baggett and Sue Ann Forrest.

Medical Education Committee

Studies issues pertinent to medical education, including continuing education and programs for accreditation of providers of intrastate continuing medical education.

Staffed by Shawn Scott.

Medical Team Task Force

Staffed by Steve Keene.

Nominating and Leadership Development Committee

Recommends nominations for elective positions in accordance with the NCMS Constitution and Bylaws.

Staffed by Evan Simmons.

Opioid Task Force

Transactions Committee

Staffed by Steve Keene and Robert Seligson.

 
 
 
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