Welcome to the Palm Beach County Medical Society!

PBCMS is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to uniting physicians to serve the common interest of the profession, developing and maintaining the highest professional and ethical standards of the medical profession, advocating the interests of physicians and their patients, and collaborating with others to improve the community’s health.

Attention Members!

PBCMS will be changing to annual billing as of January 1, 2022. With your continued support, PBCMS will continue providing great benefits and services to our members including:

  • Advocacy on health policy issues
  • Cutting edge medical education programs
  • Practice Management Resources and online resources
  • MedLink - weekly electronic newsletter
  • On Call - quarterly journal
  • Mediation of patient and physician complaints
  • Health Insurance Plan for members and staff
  • Rebate on Worker’s Compensation
  • Discounts on Medical Liability Insurance
  • Member Card discounts on dining & entertainment
  • Networking and much more

All membership payments due from July 1 - December 31, 2021 will be prorated. Please contact the office regarding any payments or questions. If there is anything that PBCMS can do for you, please reach out to a staff member today by emailing [email protected] or by calling 561-433- 3940.

Thank you!

How PBCMS Can Help You

PBCMS has been a trusted leader in addressing health care issues facing physicians since 1919. Call 561-433-3940 to join today.


  ONCALL Magazine    

Previous Issues
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PBCMS MedTalk the PBCMS Podcast Series 

 

PBCMS MedTalk highlights the emerging issues that impact physicians and public health today. The podcasts, hosted by Abbey Strauss, MD, feature advice, interviews and discussions on the most important topics affecting physicians. The episodes are available here.

 


PBCMS Board of Directors Physician Statements 

Click here to read the PBCMS Board of Directors Physician Statement on Gun Violence 

Click here to read the PBCMS Board of Directors Opioid Position Statement