Enjoy an evening with colleagues and friends, help celebrate physician and medical student award recipients and support the work of the Wisconsin Medical Society Foundation at this year’s Fundraising Dinner and Silent Auction on April 17 in Madison.
Attendees will hear from guest speaker Lisa Zetley, MD, FAAP, and learn what physicians and the community can do to rally around and improve long-term health outcomes for the nearly 5,000 children removed from their homes each year in Wisconsin—many of whom are the innocent victims of the opioid crisis.
Sri Vasudevan, MD, will be recognized at the Foundation Dinner
A few physician and student awards will be presented during the evening including special recognition for Sri Vasudevan, MD, for establishing a scholarship fund to assist female medical students in honor of his mother and spouse.
Event details are as follows:
What: Raising Hope: Fostering a healthy tomorrow
The Wisconsin Medical Society Foundation Fundraising Dinner and Silent Auction
When: April 17, 2020
5 p.m. Silent Auction, 6:30 p.m. Dinner, 7:30 p.m. Program
Where: Monona Terrace Community and Convention Center, Madison
Purchase tickets online ($130 each) or sponsor a table. Standard sponsorship options are available online or call Eileen Wilson at 608.442.3722 to discuss customized options.
Proceeds will support programs that improve health and help maintain a strong and diverse physician workforce. A portion of proceeds will also support a special project to provide immediate needs for children removed from the home. Be a part of this important work by reserving your spot today!
Plan to spend your weekend with the Society – Navigating the Transition Zone: from adolescence through young adulthood, April 17-18 will explore emerging health care trends within the transition zone of adolescence to young adulthood and the House of Delegates is on April 19.
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