Caduceus Society Corporate Membership

Join the Caduceus Society to:

Access Innovative Events – Build Key Relationships – Collaborate with Health Care Leaders

Learn more by reviewing our Caduceus Society brochure

The North Carolina Medical Society and its Foundation is embarking on an exciting new membership opportunity for corporate partners called the Caduceus Society. Membership provides a new way to interact with the NCMS Foundation, the NCMS and its members to foster long-term, meaningful relationships.

Caduceus Society membership puts your company in direct contact with the NCMS’ most engaged members. Being an annual member of the Caduceus Society allows representatives from your company to attend educational conferences and member meetings that best align with your business priorities. No more forced interactions or down time at an exhibit booth. Instead, join physicians and PAs while they learn and network with them directly during breaks and meals. Also benefit from brand exposure via NCMS online, the NCMS Marketplace, social media and member publications. LEARN MORE and JOIN by downloading the brochure or contact Pam Highsmith,, (919) 865-5246.

Upcoming Opportunities for Engagement* for Caduceus Society Members

* NCMS-managed specialty societies are not included as Opportunities for Engagement for Caduceus Society members.

Health Care Leadership & Management (HCLM) – June 21-23, 2019, Raleigh
Also a project-based curriculum, HCLM hones in on values-based leadership for value-based care. The year-long program emphasizes deeper leadership development and skills that include strategic planning, negotiation and financial literacy and application. Fifteen physicians and PAs participate and many go on to lead health systems and large practices.

NC Population Health Collaborative- Sept. 12, 2019, Winston-Salem
The NC Population Health Collaborative is comprised of representatives from existing NC Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs) and those interested in forming, joining or supporting ACOs. A wide variety of medical practices, health systems, community-based organizations (CBOs) and patient advocates come together to share best practices in transitioning to value-based health care delivery systems as well as to identify solutions to facilitate the transition.

Wellness Summit – Sept. 18-22, 2019, Charlotte
National and local experts and health care leaders share insights and activities on tackling the issues of physician burnout and improving wellness. The event is organized by the NC Consortium for Physician Resilience and Retention, of which the NCMS is a founding member.

Leadership College Program – Oct. 2, 2019, Raleigh
A program of the NCMS Foundation’s Kanof Institute for Physician Leadership, the Leadership College is a nationally renowned, project-based curriculum that fosters the leadership skills of 20-25 physicians, PAs and medical students. The program prepares graduates to be better advocates for their patients and communities. Graduates of the program go on to lead in their practices, health systems, state agencies, higher education and the NCMS.

Community Practitioner Program Annual Meeting – Oct. 3, 2019, Raleigh
The Community Practitioner Program (CPP) improves access to care for rural and underserved communities by attracting and retaining needed MDs, DOs, PAs, and NPs who are usually primary care providers, but may also be psychiatrists or general surgeons. The CPP provides loan-repayment incentives to work in underserved communities across North Carolina. The program’s annual meeting brings together approximately 40 people representing rural and medically underserved communities.

LEAD Health Care Conference – Oct. 3-4, 2019, Raleigh
The LEAD Conference is the NC Medical Society’s annual membership meeting focused on Leadership, Education, Advocacy and Discovery. Caduceus Society members will learn and network alongside the more than 175 student, resident, active practice and retired MD, DO and PA attendees. This two-day conference provides ample opportunities for Caduceus Society members to engage with NCMS members and potential members to discuss the latest in health and health care. More information about LEAD can be found at

Specialty Summit – Jan. 2020, Raleigh
Seventy to 100 physicians of all specialties from across North Carolina gather to establish legislative priorities and discuss ways to collaborate to assure that all specialties will succeed in a value-based, patient-focused environment.

1849 Society Dinner – March 2020, Charlotte
Help us thank the NCMS Foundation’s most loyal donors. 1849 Society dinners are hosted by members of this giving society in various locations around the state. This group includes NCMS members and their spouses and significant others with 60-75 in attendance.

NC Population Health Collaborative – March 2020, TBD

Medical Student Summit – April 2020, Raleigh
Support the future of medicine. Students from all NC medical and PA schools gather to learn lessons from more seasoned MDs and PAs, as well as from advisory professionals. A social gathering is typically included.

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