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Download the Winter 2019 PDF newsletter or browse the online, interactive version (Flash required).

COMS Dinner Meeting & Presentation:
Wednesday, June 5th

Where: Max Fish—110 Glastonbury Blvd., Glastonbury, CT 06033
Time: 6:30pm
Sponsored by: Legally Mine
Topic: Understanding Legal Tools: Keys to Lawsuit Prevention, Tax Reduction, License Protection

All COMS members, CT DOs, and their guest/spouse are invited to this FREE event. But space is limited! So please RSVP to connecticut@osteopathic.org or call 800-648-9777 by Monday, June 3rd to reserve your spot.



 

Save the Date: ROME New England 2019

CLICK HERE for more information and to book your hotel room!



 

2017 AOA House of Delegates in Chicago

Representing Connecticut at the 2017 AOA House of Delegates are Andrew Yuan, DO (left) and Gregory Czarnecki, DO (right).



 

Leading in a Changing Healthcare Environment

Leaders in today's healthcare environment have to be ready for rapid change on numerous fronts. With those challenges in mind, leaders in the Osteopathic profession assembled in Tampa during January for the AOA's Advocacy For Healthy Partnerships conference. COMS was represented at the gathering by President Gregory Czarnecki, DO.
 
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COMS: Support Where You Live and Practice

The Connecticut Osteopathic Medical Society is a unique network of DOs that works to identify local issues and address common concerns of practicing osteopathic medicine in Connecticut. COMS is your Osteopathic voice in Connecticut.

COMS supports DOs by enabling you to educate yourself and the public, advocate for osteopathic medicine and the health of citizens in Connecticut, network with others, and encourage students and residents, the next geration of osteopathic physicians, to choose Connecticut as their practice home.

Not a member yet? Join today! For students and residents, membership is FREE. Discounted rates available for 1st and 2nd years in practice.



 

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