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   Honoring all the dedicated
leaders of the Alliance
and ALL women!

Here is what some of our members have been up to

2022 Board Member retreat in Greensboro
and the 2022 NCMS Golden Stethoscope Awards Gala

NCMSA Commits $50,000 to Charitable Clinics across the State

The board of directors voted in October to support the North Carolina Association of Free and Charitable Clinics (NCAFCC) with a donation of $50,000 to purchase point of care HbA1C machines used in the diagnosis and screening of diabetes and prediabetes as well as to monitor blood sugar levels. These funds will also purchase supplies needed to run these tests. With this commitment, the NCMSA can reach patients in all parts of the state who struggle with access to health care. Click here to see a map of the clinics supported by our donation.

Click here to link to an interactive map on the NCAFCC website to find the clinics closes to you where you can volunteer as an individual or as a group.

We also encourage you to donate to the Health Education Opportunity Fund on our website to help us continue to support the efforts of free and charitable clinics around the state.

Click here to read the full article in the Fall Tarheel Tandem.

Photos from the 2022 Annual Meeting held in Greensboro on May 17. 

Click here to read the speech given by incoming President Meeti Nigam.

From left to right:

Meeti Nigam being installed by Barb Savage as President; Meeti Nigam giving her speech;  Chip Baggett, CEO of the North Carolina Medical SocietyHeather Rifkin, 2021-2022 AMA Alliance President; Andrew Mails, Director of the Spartan Open Food Pantry in Greensboro, leading members of the NCMSA on a tour of the pantry and their services; another look at the Spartan Open Food Pantry.
Dr. Beth Mulberry and a worker at the Mustard Seed Community Health Clinic holding the donation of children’s books that attendees at the NCMSA annual meeting collected.

A message from Our 2022-23 President...

The NCMSA Board thanks you for keeping our organization active not only by your valuable contribution but your continued support for our community. An organization that's relevant and valued by their members shares three common characters: tough-minded optimism, staying power and belief in a mission above all.

Our Alliance goals of yesterday remain valid today which are to support physicians and encourage fellowship among our members as well as to support each other in times of joy and adversity and reach out to potential members by offering programs and volunteer opportunities to all members.

Through our support of the N.C. Association of Free and Charitable Clinics and encouraging our members to participate in the local NCAFCC projects, we will continue our efforts to improve access to health care especially in rural areas of North Carolina.

This year exciting and informative programs will be offered to members via Zoom.

Watch your emails and our website for more information. Keep up with other members through Facebook: to join our private Facebook group so we can communicate easily.

I look forward to connecting with you. Please renew or join with your new membership.

With Regards, 

Meeti Nigam, President 2022-23

County Economic Snapshots

Click here to look at economic snapshots from the NC Justice Center for North Carolina as a whole or scroll down the page to select individual counties to download a PDF to see how each is doing with health services, making sure everyone can make ends meet and how well each is removing structural barriers to equity.

March Health Observances

Colorectal Cancer

Our 2022-23 Board

Meeti Nigam, President

Gina Becherer, Immediate Past-President

Barbara Lupton, Secretary / Treasurer

Sandra Pagano, VP of Membership Development

Kirby Sheridan, VP of Program Development

Susan Hammer, Director

Cathy Ingram, Director

Tia Opyd, Director

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