The Lee County Medical Society has accepted four new members into the association. The four Fort Myers-based physicians serve patients in a variety of specialties throughout Lee County.
The new members are:
- Dr. James Bynum, A. Kagan Orthopedics, orthopedic surgery, relocated from Plano, Texas
- Dr. Charles Camisa, Riverchase Dermatology, dermatology and dermatological immunology, relocated from Naples, Fla.
- Dr. James E. Kursch, Total Senior Mobile Physicians, family medicine and geriatrics, serving Lee County patients since 2006
- Dr. Dennis O. Sagini, Joint Implant Surgeons of Florida, hand and orthopedic surgery, serving Lee County patients since 2008
Established in 1927, the Lee County Medical Society (LCMS) represents every medical specialty in Lee County through its 600 members. The LCMS provides the community with a referral service, grievance committee, speaker’s bureau and a Web site to be used as a resource to find a physician. To its members, the LCMS provides support and advocacy including advocacy for medical and health laws and continuing medical education.
Physicians eligible for membership include doctors of medicine or osteopathy who have satisfactorily completed an internship and/or residency program approved by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education or the American Osteopathic Association. Membership in the association is voluntary and requires physicians to undergo a credential screening process, which includes verification of a physician’s medical education background. For more information about the LCMS, call 239-936-1645 or visit www.lcmsfl.org.