Events to advance advocacy, philanthropy and social connection
DuPage County Medical Society Physicians’ Lounge and White Coat Casual events foster collegiality and networking by bringing physicians together in activities that range from strictly social to those with an educational component. Society business is conducted in Committee and Board meetings which members are welcome to attend and observe.
August 9, DCMS Executive Committee and Governmental Affairs Committee MeetingsMonthly meetings of the Executive and Governmental Affairs Committees held at the DCMS office in Wheaton. Executive Committee 4 pm, Governmental Affairs Committee 5 pm."What Do You Do That Could Jeopardize Your License?"
Wednesday, August 30, 2017
BRIO Tuscan Grille-Lombard
For physician, a suspended or revoked medical license means no longer being able to practice medicine and earn a living. If you engage in activities that place your professional license at risk, it is important to be proactive and take steps to rectify the situation before it is too late.
Joseph "Jay" Bogdan is both a registered pharmacist and professional license defense attorney. As a former prosecutor for the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation (IDFPR), he has in-depth knowledge of the practices that physicians mistakenly fail to realize will jeopardize their licenses.
Mr. Bogdan has graciously agreed to present a talk on "What Do You Do That Could Jeopardize Your License?" This is information that you can use to protect yourself from potential loss of license and livelihood.
September 13, DCMS Executive Committee and Governmental Affairs Committee MeetingsMonthly meetings of the Executive and Governmental Affairs Committees held at the DCMS office in Wheaton. Executive Committee 4 pm, Governmental Affairs Committee 5 pm.
Wheaton internist Scott J. Kolbaba, MD, will draw from his new book, Physicians' Untold Stories, to present "Is There Still Room for Spirituality in Medicine?" during the 2017 DCMS Annual Meeting on Wednesday, October 11, at Arrowhead Golf Club in Wheaton. Doctor Kolbaba interviewed 200 physician colleagues to identify the 26 miraculous experiences chronicled in the book, including dreams foretelling future events, apparitions, and other awe-inspiring occurrences. Together the stories demonstrate that miracles - things that physicians cannot begin to explain scientifically - do occur everyday and sometimes all we need to do is believe. Register today for this extraordinary event on October 11, 2017.