Welcome to the Central Oregon Medical Society on It's 70th Anniversary Year

The Central Oregon Medical Society was founded 1947 [70 years old this year] and is the 5th largest of 28 medical societies in Oregon in number of Delegates to the Oregon Medical Association.

Membership for Physicians, Physician Assistants, Nurse Practitioners and Their Families includes: 

  • Presentations and discussion at meetings with Distinguished Speakers of major healthcare issues and administration topics affecting Central Oregon
  • 7 events for 2017 (see schedule >>> ), one of which is a 2-day symposium for members and spouses on healthcare professional burnout
  • Dinners (with no-host bar) at all meetings
  • Spouses included - free for 1st year members, 1/2 price ($100) for 2nd year members
  • Childcare and children's program at all meetings except annual meeting with COIPA
  • Family Day at Awbrey Glen Golf Club
  • Holiday Party at venues like High Desert Museum and 7th Mountain Resort
  • Full Website Access including contact info of other members and their practices,  St. Charles grand rounds info, and hot topics including marijuana & opioid challenges, sports medicine, suicide prevention, and cancer screening

Membership Fees for 2017-2018

New Members, 1st year: $150 for both member and spouse
Returning Members: $175 without spouse or $275 for member and spouse
Childcare provided at most meetings

Click  here  to join ("register an account")

2017 Directors

  • Ripdeep Mangat, MD, President
  • Fran McCabe, MD, Immediate Past President & OMA Trustee
  • Osvaldo Schirripa, MD
  • Linda Leffel, MD
  • Jeff Holmboe, MD
  • Eric Dildine, PA
  • Michael Mastrangelo, MD, Oregon Medical Board

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Upcoming Events

Holiday Party

Saturday Dec 2nd

6:00 pm - Social Reception with No-Host BarMusic with DJ, Dancing (for the brave of heart)7:00 pm - Holiday Buffet Dinner by Tate & TateChildcare Available


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