U.S. Surgeon Jerome Adams, MD, MPH, on August 29 issued an advisory against marijuana use by adolescents and pregnant women. "No amount of marijuana use during pregnancy or adolescence is known to be safe," the advisory states.
Join KCMS and the Missouri State Medical Association for this important session to help sharpen your advocacy skills and gain an update on current legislative issues in Missouri.
Help the Medical Society build relationships with Kansas state legislators and inform them about KCMS and important issues in medicine at this Summer Social at the home of Dr. Mark and Jill Brady.
Medicaid expansion will help address the serious access to care issues faced by those in greater Kansas City who do not have health insurance. KCMS will be advocating for Medicaid expansion in the 2020 legislative sessions in Missouri and Kansas.
We love to hear stories of how the Kansas City Medical Society, via the work of the Kansas City Medical Foundation changes lives. Our partners at El Centro, recently put some of our stories in their newsletter. We are happy to see ways we are having an impact in the greater Kansas City community.
The Kansas City Medical Society held it’s 2018 Summer Social for Johnson and Wyandotte County. The event hosted by Dr. Mark and Mrs. Jill Brady kicked off The Kansas City Medical Society’s summer event series.
This post contains information on the Tobacco 21 discussion taking place in Lee's Summit July 7th, as well as printable materials to help spread the word.
Informational resource links with you regarding vaccine rates in the Kansas City area, and other vaccine-related information.
See a picture and full listing of attendees of the Vaccination Task Force meeting on June 10th, 2016.
An article discussing the issue of doctor burnout by the Editor of Kansas City Medicine, Charles W. Van Way, III, MD. Click on the article title to read more.