Your IMS needs your input, your vitality and your knowledge!
Serve your IMS Colleagues by being an active leader.
Nominations are needed for:
Board of Directors, Including Officers
Delegates and Alternate Delegates to ISMA
Nominate yourself or a colleague by calling 639-3406 or email email@example.com with names and contact information.
IMS can only be as energized as the members who comprise it, so reach out to your IMS colleagues and get to know them, as well as, our focus of collegiality and quality medical care.
David R. Diaz, MD, IMS President
If you want more information about our newest IMS members, visit them on our physician finder here. A simple search is all that is required.
The Indianapolis Medical Society was established in 1848. We are a professional membership organization for all licensed Doctors of Medicine and Doctors of Osteopathy in the Indianapolis area. Our offices are located at 631 E. New York St., Indianapolis, IN 46202-3706; our office hours are 8:00 to 4:30, Monday through Friday. Phones are answered 24/7 by the Medical Society Exchange.
If you are a physician and want additional information on becoming a member of our organization, please call (317) 639-3406 or E-Mail us: firstname.lastname@example.org. Please visit our membership page ... we want you to join us! For an application and other membership needs, use our easy online forms or download the information utilizing this link.
If you are a member of the general public and want to know if your physician is a member of Indianapolis Medical Society, or if you would like education information on your personal physician, please call (317) 639-3406 or E-Mail us: email@example.com or use our handy Physician Finder.
We also provide referrals to physicians using our staff and website physician finder. If you are new to our area or simply seeking a change of physicians, we are ready to help! Ask your physician if they are a member and if not, why not.
Additionally, our Commission on Professional Affairs reviews concerns from patients who might have questions about whether or not their treatment was ethical or appropriate.