Karole Bradford is Chief Program Officer with the Kansas City Medical Society Foundation, leading health access and equity initiatives, including the WyJoCare and MetroCare programs.
Get to know the KCMS Leadership Council. Tejal Desai attends the UMKC School of Medicine and is the UMKC student representative on the Kansas City Medical Society Leadership Council.
Thinking about how much fun you had last week at the annual meeting? We had a wonderful time and have the photos and video to show it!
The Kansas City Medical Society presents awards for leadership, lifelong commitment to health and dedication to the health of the greater Kansas City community. We are honored to present the Member Recognition Awards
George E. Stamos, M.D. - Lifetime Achievement Award
Randall B. Hudson, M.D. - Lifetime Achievement Award
The Kansas City Medical Society is honored to have as our guest speaker at the 2018 Annual Meeting U.S. Surgeon General Vice Admiral Jerome M. Adams, MD, MPH. The Annual Meeting will be held Wednesday, Nov. 28, starting at 5:30 p.m., at the Marriott Kansas City Overland Park, 10800 Metcalf Ave., Overland Park, Kan. 66210.
Annual Meeting Speakers to Share Their Amazing Stories of Overcoming Health Challenges. Jenna Bell and Wesley Hamilton will take the stage and inspire our members at our Annual Meeting!
Thank you for publishing the summer 2018 Kansas City Medicine edition highlighting the impact of the opioid crisis. The Center for Practical Bioethics recognizes that the lives ravaged by addiction and the lives destroyed by pain are both major U.S. health concerns. The moral obligation to serve and protect the interests of persons whose lives are devastated by the misuse of opioid medications weighs heavily upon society as do our duties to serve the millions of those who live with debilitating chronic pain.
Physicians Needed to Provide Specialty Care to Uninsured Patients Through Metro Care, Wy Jo Care. Programs coordinate care; each physician determines the number of cases to accept. Nearly 175,000 people in the Kansas City metropolitan area—8.4 percent—are uninsured.1 That means when a medical crisis arises, they are likely to have to delay care or take on potentially crippling debt. You can help meet this need by donating a few hours a month to the Medical Society’s charitable care programs, Metro Care in Missouri and Wy Jo Care in Kansas. Both programs operate under the Kansas City Medical Society Foundation.