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.


Florida Lawmakers Move Closer to Imposing Opioid Prescription Limits
Brandon Luskin, an orthopaedic surgeon and Palm Beach County Medical Society board member, told the panel that 200,000 to 300,000 Floridians undergo knee and hip replacement surgeries every year, with the majority of them requiring more than a week’s worth of painkillers after their procedures. Click here to read the full story. Click here for the video.


2018 President 

Brandon Luskin, MD

Brandon J. Luskin, MD is an Orthopedic Hand Surgeon in practice in Boca Raton, FL. He graduated Magna Cum Laude from SUNY University at Buffalo in 1985 where he remained to do research with two-time Nobel Prize nominee Robert Guthrie, MD. He then attended State University of New York Health Science Center at Syracuse for medical school, and went on to complete his orthopedic surgery training at the Long Island Jewish Medical Center, in New York City. His interest in hand and microsurgery led him back to Buffalo for a one-year fellowship at the prestigious Hand Center of Western New York. His practice in Palm Beach County largely focuses on surgery of the hand and upper extremity.  Dr. Luskin has been practicing with Orthopaedic Surgery Associates, Inc. since 1997. He is board certified in orthopedic surgery and hand surgery. He has been a member of the Palm Beach County Medical Society since 2005 and has served as President-Elect, Treasurer, Secretary, and Vice – President. In addition, he is a member of the American Society for Surgery of the Hand, the Florida Medical Association has served as a Delegate to the Florida Medical Association.Dr. Luskin maintains hospital privileges at Bethesda Health, Delray Medical Center, and Boca Raton Regional Hospital. Dr. Luskin is the proud father of two daughters, a son and is married to Julie.

(Pictured 2017 PBCMS President Shawn Baca, MD and 2018 PBCMS President Brandon Luskin, MD.)

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PBCMS has been a trusted leader in addressing health care issues facing physicians since 1919. Join us today or renew your membership and get the benefits of being part of a unique organization that develops solutions for physicians.


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Nomination Application for the 15th Annual

Palm Beach County Medical Society Services

Heroes in Medicine Awards


Palm Beach County Medical Society Services, a nonprofit organization, is proud to be hosting its 15th Annual Heroes in Medicine Awards luncheon at the Kravis Center’s Cohen Pavilion on Friday, April 20, 2018. These prestigious awards honor people throughout Palm Beach County who use their skills and resources to provide outstanding services.  Proceeds from the event benefit Project Access, providing health care for low income, uninsured residents of Palm Beach County and other services of the Medical Society.

To be considered for an award, nominations must be received by Friday, February 9, 2018 at 12:00pm.  No late nominations will be accepted. If not a self-nomination, please inform the nominee as they may be called for clarification of the application and/or for an interview.  One to four people will be selected in each category. Selected 2018 Heroes in Medicine Award recipients will be interviewed in person on Saturday, March 24, 2018.

For fillable nomination form click here.

Hero Categories:

Physician Hero

Bruce Rendina Professional Hero

Community Organization Hero

Community Outreach/Wellness Prevention Hero

Health Care Educator Hero

Health Care Innovation Hero

Health Care Provider Hero (non-physician)

College/Medical Student Hero

High School Student Hero

Project Access Hero (MD or DO)

Questions? Email Heroes@PBCMS.org or call 561-433-3940.