George Tkalych – Muscogee County Medical Society

Posted: February 9, 2016 in Health care

Founded in 1905 in hopes of creating a location for physicians to gather and discuss community issues, including health problems and new therapies, the Muscogee County Medical Society has been integral in promoting health and wellness in the area. George Tkalych, a retired Ear, Nose, and Throat doctor from Columbus, Georgia is a member of the society and appreciates the work that is done to help the public maintain health and wellness.

Dr. George Tkalych

Currently, the society has twelve delegates in the Medical Association of Georgia. This presence allows for an influence the directions the organization takes in order to benefit the citizens of Georgia. The information provided to members through the website and meetings helps those in the medical profession stay current on legislation in which they may be affected, as well as networking tools, and issues that concern the community. Members gather for meetings to discuss these issues as well as attend social events that create a comfortable and inviting medical community for those involved. This cohesive environment allows for great networking and collaboration between physicians and better healthcare options for patients.

Becoming a member is easy and the benefits are outstanding to physicians who care to make a greater impact on their community. Membership fees have now been lowered, with first year fees for new members being $175 and membership dues for returning members being $325 annually. George Tkalych is one of many physicians who has benefited from membership in the Muscogee County Medical Society and have had much to offer the society in return.



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