Call for President
Posted: June 7, 2017


 
Dear MOS Members,

Thank you for your membership and for supporting the osteopathic profession. Planning is underway for ROME New England 2017 in August. Elections for the 2017-2018 MOS Board of Trustees will be held during this time, and the MOS is in need of a new President!

If you are an active member of the MOS, then you are eligible to run.

Unless we have someone willing to serve as President of the MOS, then this organization will cease to exist. We ask you to spread the message among your colleagues and get them interested.

The role of the President is to chair the Board of Trustees and lead the board meetings. They will work closely with the MOS affiliate executive to make sure the organization is running smoothly and that its needs are met. This individual appoints members to committees and oversees all activities in the organization. Each term is 2 years, with a 3 term limit.

Being president is a commitment, but we will ensure a smooth transition and that you are fully supported in this role. At the same time, there is no obligation to fill the shoes of your predecessor; you make this role your own and decide how active you want this organization to be.

With the major changes taking place in the healthcare system, now is the time more than ever to keep the osteopathic profession alive and maintain our identity in the state of Massachusetts.

Again, the MOS cannot stand without a president, and we need your help!

Please email us at massachusetts@osteopathic.org or call (800) 621-1773 ext. 8453 to get involved.

Thank you!

Samyuktha Gumidyala, MPH
MOS Affiliate Executive

 

Calling all MOS Members!
Posted: May 10, 2017


The Massachusetts Osteopathic Society is seeking open nominations for the 2018 MOS Board of Trustees. Each board position is a two year term with a 3 term maximum limit. Candidates must be an active member of the MOS to be considered.

Positions available:
• President
• Vice-President
• Treasurer
• 4 Trustee Spots
• Resident Representative

If you’re interested or would like more information, please email us at massachusetts@osteopathic.org.