Check out the brand new AMS Virtual Exhibit Hall to see what our contributors and exhibitors have to offer and sign up for prizes. The exhibit hall is free to attend, but you must register… Read More
In the May edition of the Journal, our 2020-2021 President Chad Rodgers, MD, reflects on the past year and what it means for medicine going forward. “Before the pandemic, we had certainly become accustomed to… Read More
Finding your “happy” during turbulent times is one of the hardest things to do. At the annual AMS Membership Meeting on Friday, May 14, Fayetteville-native Kim Hodous will explore the science behind happiness and provide… Read More
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I’m a member of AMS because their legislative advocacy supports all doctors in our state including Osteopaths. Doctors do not take an active enough role in the political landscape and we will suffer for it if we don’t take notice. Legislators hear only the loudest voices and we need a collective to be noticed.
Carolyn Reeves, DO
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"Membership in the medical society is important to keep up with the changes going on in our state. The Arkansas Medical Society makes it very easy for young physicians to get involved and shape the practice of medicine. If you are not yet an AMS Member, I hope you will join me today."
Brad Bibb, MD
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