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COVID-19 Vaccine Information

MMS has compiled a collection of FREE resources to help physicians navigate the COVID-19 vaccine.

MMS Member Making a Difference: Dr. Andrew Jorgensen

Learn from Dr. Andrew Jorgensen about the varied health needs of the Outer Cape during COVID-19, from a sparse winter population to the explosion of summer visitors.

MMS Antiracism Action Plan

The MMS is committed to working to address systemic racism and inequities within the organization and the larger medical community. Learn more.

CME frequently asked questions

MMS has created a page addressing over 20 of the most common questions about earning CME credit.


Recent News



MMS Making Headlines


Wicked Local

Wicked Local: Norwell doctor wins Massachusetts Medical Society award

May 14, 2021 – Dr. Ronald W. Dunlap, a Norwell resident, was recently honored by the Massachusetts Medical Society with its 2021 Award for Distinguished Service.


Boston Globe

Boston Globe: Baker has resisted setting separate rules for vaccinated and unvaccinated Mass. residents. New CDC guidelines may test that

May 14, 2021 – Despite the statewide decline in COVID-19 cases, certain communities may still be at high risk and need to continue requiring masks, MMS President Dr. Carole Allen said.


Wicked Local

Wicked Local: Barbara Spivak honored by Massachusetts Medical Society

May 14, 2021 – Dr. Barbara Spivak, a Newton resident and president and board chair of Mt. Auburn Cambridge Independent Practice Association, has been honored by the MMS as the 2021 recipient of the society’s Special Award for Excellence in Medical Service.


 WCVB

WCVB: Walmart offers walk-up COVID-19 vaccines at 48 pharmacies in Massachusetts

May 4, 2021 – "Doctors know their patients," MMS President Dr. David Rosman said. "We know why different people are unable to get those vaccines and we're a trusted voice, probably the most trusted voice, when it comes to the health of our patients."


Boston.com

Boston.com: Massachusetts is ramping down its mass vaccination sites as rollout enters new phase

May 3, 2021 – MMS President Dr. David Rosman said in a statement that distribution of doses to primary care providers will "allow for urgent and personalized outreach," particularly to vulnerable patients who "still face grave danger if they contract the virus."


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