Who We Are
The Macomb County Medical Society (MCMS) is a non-profit professional association comprised of allopathic and osteopathic physicians practicing or living in Macomb County. We are a chapter of the Michigan State Medical Society (MSMS), in order to be a member of one you must be a member of both.
What We Do
We collaborate with the Michigan State Medical Society, fellow county medical societies and the American Medical Association to address pressing advocacy, regulatory, practice management, and public health issues. We also take part in coalitions established to tackle issues such as reforming prior authorization and health equity.
We offer opportunities for our members to share resources, discuss ideas and network with other physicians throughout the county and state. We offer a seat at the table. As a member you can serve on MCMS committees, the Board of Directors, and the Delegation to the MSMS House of Delegates which directs policy and the future of medicine in Michigan.
Why It Matters
Whether you’re a solo practitioner, member of a group practice, or employed by a health care system, the Macomb County Medical Society is focused exclusively on advocating for our local physician members, across a wide-range of specialties. From federal legislative and regulatory issues, to state and local ordinances, to payer relations and public health concerns, external forces are continuously impacting your practice and your patients. We recognize there is strength in numbers and we provide a unified voice for physicians.
More than ever, we need to work collectively with our health care colleagues, administrators, and elected leaders to achieve a more effective and equitable health care system.
To bring together the physicians of Macomb County as one organization. To recognize, advance, and educate those physicians for our mission.
To strive for a healthier Macomb County community by advocating for patients through their physicians.