In this difficult time, the Foundation, PHP and LifeGuard staff members are committed to meeting your needs virtually. You may reach us the following ways…
Foundation Staff: Phone: (717) 558-7750 or (800) 228-7823 and Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
PHP Staff: Phone: (866) 747-2255 or (717) 558-7819, Friday (emergency calls only) Phone: (717) 558-7817, Fax: (855) 933-2605 and Email: email@example.com
LifeGuard Staff: Phone: 717-909-2590, Fax: (855) 943-3361 and Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Additional resource: Face COVID – How to respond effectively to the Corona crisis by Dr. Russ Harris
The Foundation is grateful for each and every charitable contribution made by hospitals and individuals throughout the year. As a donor to the Foundation of the Pennsylvania Medical Society, your generosity holds power.
How many of us have received holiday gifts of appreciation or acknowledgement and thought, “I really didn’t need one more fruitcake, box of chocolates or fruit basket.” It is the thought that counts, not the gift, right?
The Foundation of the Pennsylvania Medical Society would like to extend an abundance of gratitude to all who donated in honor of outgoing PAMED President Theodore Christopher, MD, FACEP during this year’s House of Delegates, held Oct. 26-28, in Hershey, Pa.
This new regular feature in Connections introduces staff members from the Foundation of the Pennsylvania Medical Society.
This holiday season, give a gift that changes lives.
Did you see the newest feature in the fall issue of PHP Update newsletter?
With physician burnout on the rise, today’s health care professionals are being expected to do more than ever before. The stress from the responsibilities they carry and the lifesaving situations they’re put in every day can take a toll on their performance at work.
Featuring Keynote Speaker Tait Shanafelt, MD, Chief of Wellness at Stanford Medicine
In 2018, the AMES Fund awarded scholarships to nine deserving medical students. In their applications for scholarship, they were asked to describe their vision for the future of Pennsylvania medicine.
As the year comes to a close, and we celebrate and give thanks, one person comes to mind – you.