Massachusetts Osteopathic Society members settled in for the Annual Membership Meeting during ROME New England on August 5, 2016
Many thanks to all who attended the 2016 MOS Annual Membership Meeting held Friday, August 5 at ROME New England in Providence, RI. Click here for some pictures and the full annual report.
Dr. Carreiro Named Dean of UNECOM
Jane Carreiro, DO – a passionate advocate for the profession both here in the U.S. and abroad – will begin her appointment in November. Click here for details and a brief interview with Dr. Carreiro.
2016 Annual Meeting in Chicago
Representing Massachusetts at the 2016 AOA House of Delegates are Vasilios Chrisostomidis, DO (standing), Pamela Grimaldi, DO (seated left), and Hollis Coblentz, DO (seated right).
The Massachusetts Osteopathic Society (MOS) is a non-profit organization representing osteopathic physicians (DOs) in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
Membership in MOS Doesn’t Cost – It PAYS!
The Massachusetts Osteopathic Society is the only professional organization for D.O.’s in the Common-wealth of Massachusetts. With rapid changes in the medical profession, it is now more important than ever to unite with other osteopathic physicians.
Each member is crucial to the success of the society; our legislative voice becomes stronger, educational offerings become better, and the network of your peers becomes wider!
Spirit of Giving Motivates Pioneer Medal Winner
Dr. John Chang, DO, former board member of the Massachusetts Osteopathic Society was awarded the prestigious Pioneer Medal by his alma mater, the University of New England’s School of Osteopathic Medicine last month. Chang has been congratulated by numerous colleagues who have benefited from his caring and grateful nature. Click here for a video of his acceptance speech and a story about his inspiring journey toward a career in Osteopathic medicine.
MOS is grateful to Dr. John Chang and Dr. Hollis Coblentz for their years of dedication and service to promoting osteopathic medicine in Massachusetts. Pictured is Dr. Bill Foley (President of MOS) presenting them with plaques of appreciation.
MOS at HOD 2015
Our MOS Delegates submitted a resolution opposing the mandated Maintenance of Certification. Read more…
Residency Merger Recommendations
The ACGME recommendations for the residency merger are posted. This policy will affect all programs seeking osteopathic recognition and then there will be specifics for each specialty. Please review and send comments.