Welcome To the Lehigh County Medical Society

What We Do

With your help, we can provide a strong voice in support of the medical profession, improving healthcare for both doctors and patients.

The Lehigh County Medical Society, founded in 1852, serves as an avenue to unite Lehigh County physicians into a single body to advocate for health policy that provides the highest standard of healthcare for the people of Lehigh County. A membership-based, not-for-profit non-partisan organization, the LCMS welcomes all physicians, from all specialties, to join and benefit from the professional and social opportunities that the society offers. "We speak your language. We will help you with your problems."

Read About Our Mission

The mission of the Lehigh County Medical Society is to encourage physicians and healthcare professionals to have the highest moral and ethical standards, to counsel and censure them when necessary, to serve as a strong and united voice for our Lehigh County physicians, our patients and our community, to promote healthful living and well-being and to advance the highest standards of healthcare and service in our region through education, service and advocacy. The vision of the Lehigh County Medical Society is to be a relevant and influential leader in the Pennsylvania Medical Society, to unite our physicians and empower them to deliver compassionate, ethical and evidence-based healthcare of the highest quality and value to our community.



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Lehigh County Health and Medicine

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Become a Member

Membership in the Lehigh County Medical Society and the Pennsylvania Medical Society will help fulfill your professional and social needs. However you choose to participate in the Lehigh County Medical Society, you will know that, as a society member, you will be represented in important medical issues.

Latest Announcements

Local physician wins Humaneness in Medicine Award from Lehigh County Medical Society

Gabriela Firak DO, a third-year internal medicine resident with the Lehigh Valley Health Network, was named the recipient of the 2018 Humaneness in Medicine Award, presented by the Lehigh County Medical Society.

This award is presented to a Lehigh County medical resident or fellow who has best displayed the ideals of outstanding compassion in the delivery of care, respect for patients, their families, and healthcare colleagues, as well as demonstrated clinical excellence.

Dr. Firak was nominated for the award by Brian Costello DO, program director of the traditional rotating osteopathic internship, at Lehigh Valley Health Network.

Dr. Costello described Dr. Firak as a kind, thoughtful, and prepared resident. “She is a strong, capable, and consistent leader of her medical teams across the continuum of inpatient medicine, ambulatory practice, critical care, and specialty rotations,” he says.

Lehigh County Medical Society (LCMS) presents the award annually. Located in Allentown, LCMS represents physicians of all specialties on local issues. In coordination with the Pennsylvania Medical Society, LCMS also works to address health issues at the state capitol.
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