The South Carolina Medical Association strongly believes that involvement in your local county medical society is ever-important in the development of organized medicine. We encourage all physicians to be involved locally, statewide, and nationally in organized medicine as well as their specialty organization.
The Greenville County Medical Society was chartered in 1891 and has been an active part of Greenville County’s healthcare community for more than 120 consecutive years.
Spartanburg County Medical Society’s purpose is to bring together into an organization incorporated under the laws of South Carolina ethical qualified physicians in Spartanburg County.
The mission of the Columbia Medical Society is to improve the profession of medicine through education, empowerment, support and information that builds knowledge, skill levels, and camaraderie among all physicians in the Midlands.
The Charleston County Medical Society (CCMS), founded in 1951, is a lineal descendant of the first medical society of the state, the Medical Society of South Carolina.
The Florence County Medical Society was founded to work with the SCMA to protect the health interests of the Florence community. The FCMS focuses on creating good physician patient relationships, continuing medical education for the physicians and providing the Florence area with the highest quality of medical care.
The future of medicine depends on physicians coming together—uniting—to achieve common goals. Your support of the Anderson County Medical Society makes a real difference.