The Medical Society of Milwaukee County announced the election of Julie Schuller, M.D., as it new president.
Schuller currently serves as executive vice president and vice president of clinical affairs at the Sixteenth Street Community Health Center in Milwaukee. The president’s term in office is one year.
“I am deeply honored to serve as president of the Medical Society of Milwaukee County, continuing a legacy of service since 1846 – the same year that Milwaukee became a city,” Schuller said. “Today, the health care environment is changing at a pace never seen before. The Medical Society will continue to respond to and help shape the health care environment through our work on relevant community initiatives and by supporting our physicians in their ability to care for their patients. At the end of the day, health care is about the doctor-patient relationship. Our support of that relationship will help doctors and their patients achieve the best health possible.”
The Medical Society of Milwaukee County (MSMC) is a professional membership organization comprised of 3,400 Milwaukee area physicians and medical students.