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  • President's Message, David E. Bobman, MD

    They say “time flies”. As I reflect on my career of over 30 years, several thoughts at once come to mind. First, it seems like the time has passed in “the blink of an eye”. In large part, this is because the practice of medicine is an unusually rewarding and fulfilling career. It is also a very dynamic one. Though there have been many changes in the practice of medicine, some things have stayed the same. For instance, we are again in a situation where it is a high priority to address medical malpractice venue reform. As the hard-fought reforms, we were able to have enacted years ago, like sandcastles in the surf have eroded away, and again need to be addressed. Access to medical care has in the past been an issue, and now has become an even greater issue. In part due to the effects of the COVID crisis, hospital closures, and physician shortages, our patients are often waiting many months for doctor’s appointments or procedures. These represent only some of the issues which our medical society is working on. Over these past many years, there has been a further diversification in medical practice.  In the past, most physicians were in private practice; now many physicians have opted for hospital employment, pairing with private equity, or working in the pharmaceutical industry. This creates differing aims and practice needs for these physicians.  For this reason, to better understand how we can be of assistance to the physician community, we would like to hear directly from member and non-member physicians as to their concerns, wants, and needs. Please email us at for this purpose. At this time, I would also like to introduce Lynne Stilley, our new Executive Director. Lynne comes to us with a strong background in medical affairs and therefore knowledge of the medical system. I am impressed by her enthusiasm, tireless energy, and intriguing new ideas as we move forward. She has already been working on networking, revamping our website, as well as learning the workings of our society. I look forward to working together with her for many years to come. At the same time, we will be saying goodbye to David McKeighan, our outgoing executive. Losing his guidance is bittersweet as we will sorely miss his participation but are happy for him in his retirement. David, along with our recent past presidents, has changed the Chester County Medical Society into a much more dynamic organization. David, thank you for all you’ve done! David Bobman, MD

  • "Pa. hospitals call on Shapiro to address health care worker shortage" by FORD TURNER

    They want a healthcare workforce council to be established. To read the Reading Eagle article click here

  • Winter 2023 Chester County Medicine Magazine.

    New! The latest edition of the Winter Chester County Medicine Magazine 2023 is hot off the press! Click this link to read the Magazine online.

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  • 2022 - Legislative Clambake Banquet

    Join the Chester County Medical Society for the 2022 Legislative Clambake. Thursday, September 29, 2022 The Farmhouse at People’s Light Malvern, PA 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm The annual Clambake is an opportunity for the physicians & elected officials of Chester County to meet and enjoy a casual evening of great food and conversation. Refreshments and hors d’oeuvres will be served at 6:00 pm followed by the Farmhouse’s outstanding array of chowder, “clam bake items”, carving stations with prime rib, chicken curry, & grilled vegetables. Also featuring the presentation of scholarships for 2 West Chester University pre-med students. Business attire is suggested Please RSVP by September 16, 2022

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