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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

Boston Herald

Boston Herald: Massachusetts coronavirus daily death count drops to lowest point in 380 days: ‘Vaccines work’

April 14, 2021 – "The most likely people to die of COVID-19 got vaccinated first, so that is what’s driving this primarily," MMS President Dr. David Rosman said of the decline in COVID deaths. "We should celebrate fewer deaths, but we shouldn’t relent until the deaths stop."

Boston Globe

Boston Globe: Halt in J&J shots deepens vaccination uncertainties at a critical time

April 13, 2021 – "This vaccine, because it’s a one-dose vaccine, was a really good way to reach the disabled and other vulnerable populations," MMS President Dr. David Rosman said. "A lot of the plan to reach those populations had J&J in the center of it."

Boston Globe

Boston Globe: Mass. notifies state providers to halt Johnson & Johnson vaccine rollout

April 13, 2021 – "The commitment to patient safety must always come first," said MMS President Dr. David Rosman, calling the pause of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine administration "entirely appropriate."

State House News Service

State House News Service: FDA chief expects J&J pause to run 'a matter of days'

April 13, 2021 – "COVID-19 remains present and dangerous and vaccination continues to be an integral component in our quest to come out of the pandemic," MMS President Dr. David Rosman said.

Boston Globe

Boston Globe: Coronavirus cases are rising among children and teens in Mass. Here’s a closer look at the numbers

April 9, 2021 – "Schools have done a really good job of keeping people safe, of reducing transmission," MMS President Dr. David Rosman said. "The tradeoff for schools is a tradeoff worth taking."

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