In 1879, the El Paso County Medical Society (EPCMS) was formed. Throughout the years, our mission has always been one of advocacy for the health care profession. The cultivation of communication among and between health care providers as well as within the communities they serve has been a vital role of EPCMS.About Us
Welcome! I am Dr. Nick Piantanida. It is my pleasure to volunteer as the EPCMS Board President. I also serve this wonderful Colorado Springs community as a practicing Primary Care and Sports Medicine physician.
Let’s get the conversation started as I would ask you to consider joining our amazing medical society here in on the Front Range. I would have you consider these questions:
Today the Mission of EPCMS, “To empower physicians through advocacy, education and engagement” allows the Society to facilitate a collaborative network of one of our community’s most essential resources – our physicians and their medical practices. We bring together a cohort of community partners and sponsors to support these goals in support of both clinical and non-clinical member needs.About Us
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