Doctors Supporting Doctors Since 1903
Founded in 1903, the Linn County Medical Society promotes professional growth for physicians, and quality health care for the community.
The LCMS is an independent forum for physician discussion. We provide leadership, education, and representation for physicians as they deliver health care to the community. We exist to serve our members by facilitating physician collegiality, developing solutions to problems, and enhancing the public trust in physicians.
We had an in-depth panel discussion with Linn County Providers on November 14, 2020. Click below to view the recording.
Health care workers are on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic, facing risk of exposure, infection and even death. Their work is central to efforts to save lives and reduce further transmission.
Many thousands of healthcare workers have already been sickened by the virus. In order to prevent future cases, we need to learn more about what is occurring in a range of health care settings, from hospitals and nursing homes to patient homes and prisons. And more information is needed about the challenges of preventing exposures to all types of health care workers, from nurses and physicians to laundry workers and security guards.
The George Washington University Milken Institute School of Public Health is launching a web-based Health Care Worker COVID-19 Survey open to all health care workers who have been exposed to or infected by the COVID-19 virus. The announcement of the study is here.
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Linn County's Response to COVID-19
For current updates on Linn County’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic, please visit the County’s dedicated webpage www.LinnCounty.org/COVID-19
Provider Directory Available
The 2022=2023 provider directory is an extremely useful resource for LCMS members. Each year the Linn County Medical Society in partnership with St. Luke's, Mercy, and PCI, compiles this resource and provide it to our members. Members can view the directory online here. You must login to view the directory.
Please contact LCMS for any updates or revision that need to be made. Offices may request additional copies of the directory for $15 a copy.
Connection: Social events and networking with your colleagues in medicine make for a more enjoyable and fulfilling career. Most social events are free for members. Our password-protected member directory provides contact information for our members. What information you choose to share is up to you.
Networking: LCMS events provide a rare opportunity to network with primary care providers and specialists from multiple healthcare systems and private clinics in Linn County.
Meetings: Meetings provide quality education and networking for physicians in Linn County. Most meetings are free for members. CME may be offered for certain meetings.
LCMS Provider Directory: A longstanding value-add of the society, this provider directory is a comprehensive listing of all providers in Linn County by specialty. To view the 2018-2019 directory, click here. You must login to view the directory.