Massachusetts Medical Society: Hampden District Medical Society

Hampden District Medical Society

Hampden District Medical Society Officers 2022-2023

Hampden DistrictPresident: Anastasios Angelides, MD
President-Elect: Michael Bailin, MD
Secretary: Mark Mullan, MD
Treasurer: Mark Mullan, MD 

Contact Information 

Mailing Address: 1111 Elm Street, West Springfield MA 01089
Telephone Number: (413) 736-0661

District Event/Activity Contact: Coni Fedora, Executive Director

The Dr. Max and Ida L. Millman Foundation and the Hampden District Medical Society Scholarship/Loan Fund

In June 1976, shortly after the sudden and unexpected death of Dr. Max Millman, at that time editor of the Hampden Hippocrat and at the instigation of Mrs. Max Millman, the Society established the scholarship fund as a tribute to the late Dr. Millman. Dr. Millman was a prominent internist and pioneer cardiologist beloved and respected by his colleagues and patients.

Contributions to the fund were received from his many friends and colleagues both in the community and in the Hampden District Medical Society. His wife, Ida L. Millman, contributed $25,000 to the fund, the interest of which was to be used for the annual scholarships awarded to applicants in medical school from Hampden County. Contributions to the fund can be used for memorials and in celebration of events by contacting the district society office.

Every September, two to three $2,000 scholarships are issued.


  • Applicant will be accepted or enrolled to an accredited medical school or osteopathic medical school. Scholarship/loan is available to freshmen, sophomores, juniors, and seniors and attendings
  • Applicant’s family must be a resident of Hampden County

Due to the cost of the high burden of medical school debt, the Dr. Max & Ida Millman Foundation Scholarship Fund has a new loan program providing forgiveness of paying back the scholarship/loan. The loan forgiveness only applies when upon completion of medical studies, the recipient returns to Western Massachusetts to practice medicine for 1 year.

If the recipient chooses to work in another state, the scholarship/ loan must be paid back. The scholarship/loan is given at 0% interest and must be repaid after residency and specialty training is completed and the physician has been in practice for three years. Three or four $2,000 scholarships are awarded each year. The deadline for applications is September 1.

For more information, questions and to obtain an application, please contact Coni Fedora at

Hampden District News

Dr. Matthew Sadof honored by Hampden District Medical Society as 2022 Community Clinician of the Year

Matthew Sadoff

Dr. Matthew Sadof Graduated from Rutgers College in 1979 and New Jersey Medical School in 1983. He completed his pediatric internship and residency at the New York Hospital Cornell Medical Center in 1986, After completing a fellowship in adolescent medicine at Boston Children’s in 1987, Dr Sadof practiced pediatrics and served as a clinical instructor at UMass Medical School in Pittsfield, MA, for 10 years. In the past 24 years he has worked to develop sustainable systems of care and further medical education for medically and socially fragile children at Baystate Children’s Hospital in Springfield, MA. In 1999, he received his first community grant to serve as an implementation site for the National InnerCity Asthma Intervention. Two years later, in 2001, he founded the Medical Home program for Children with Special Health Care Needs at Baystate Children’s Hospital, as part of the MADPH Title V care coordination program. In the past two decades, it has spread to the state, regional and national level and has resulted in over 25 peer reviewed publications, 30 abstracts, and participation in both Round 1 and Round 2 CMS health innovation awards. In addition, this work has contributed to improving the quality of care families and their children receive and to improving the ways health care institutions can collaborate and partner with these families and communities.

Dr Matthew Sadof, is currently a Professor in the Department of Pediatrics at the University of Massachusetts Chan School of Medicine - Baystate in Springfield, MA. He currently focuses his clinical efforts on the care of children with medical complexity. He works in the General Pediatric Teaching Clinic and provides primary care, virtual home care, and care coordination. He teaches pediatric, med/peds residents and medical students and provides outpatient care collaborating with colleagues from many different disciplines. Dr. Sadof currently serves on the Complex Care Committee of the American Academy for Cerebral Palsy and Developmental Medicine. He is also a member of the American Academy of Pediatrics and serves on the Executive Committee on Home Care as the Liaison to the Council on Children with Disability. He serves on the Health care Delivery Committee of the Academic Pediatric Association and Co facilitates the Practice of Complex Care affinity group for the Complex Care Disability Special Interest Group. He is board certified in Pediatrics and has been board certified in Adolescent Medicine.

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