The SCMA encourages its members to serve as a ‘SCMA Doctor of the Day’ program volunteer during the South Carolina legislative session, which generally runs each year from January through the first of May. The Doctor of the Day opportunity affords physicians a unique occasion to influence the landscape of the political debate at the State House. While providing care to the lawmakers of the General Assembly, the Doctor of the Day gains insight into the actual procedures and personalities that shape the laws of our state. It also lets Senators and Representatives get to know physicians outside of testifying and meeting with them on bills.
As SCMA’s Doctor of the Day, you will:
SCMA Doctor of the Day volunteers:
The SCMA Doctor of the Day program is a non-political service. Physicians do not serve as lobbyists when they serve as a SCMA Doctor of the Day volunteer. If you are interested in serving as a SCMA Doctor of the Day volunteer, click the 'email us' button below.
Every physician is encouraged to get involved. If you would like to volunteer as a Doctor of the Day for the upcoming Legislative Session please contact the South Carolina Medical Association.Sign Up Here