Wake County Medical Society (WCMS) is meeting October 26 at the NCMS Headquarters to discuss upcoming elections, Federal and State Supreme Court cases involving medical practice, and to elect 2023 officers.

Ted Kunstling, MD, WCMS President, urges county members to speak up. “For more than a century, the WCMS has served an important role for us and for our patients.”

Kunstling shares a common frustration with some other county societies. “In recent years, these roles have changed, new challenges have emerged, and participation has decreased. Nevertheless, the Society remains a potentially important independent supporter of both our professional and personal lives by maintaining connections. We who have been long-time members, who are “survivors,” recognize the society’s value and seek to preserve it for current and future generations of physicians and surgeons in Wake County.” Adds Kunstling, “We need your support and leadership to make this possible. The relevance and the future of the society is in your hands.”

*Dinner will be available at 6:30 PM and the meeting will convene at 7:00 PM.

To register or for more information, email [email protected]. To include your County Medical Society news in the Morning Rounds, email Randy Aldridge at [email protected].