History of the Silver Caduceus Society
The first SCS established in 28 September 1967 under Eighth United States Army, Korea. Since then SCSs have been an important part of the evolving history of the MSC for providing professional development, education, and mentoring opportunities. The goal to have one at each military installation where MSC officers serve.
Purpose of the Silver Caduceus Society
Silver Caduceus Societies (SCS) are informal organizations established for Medical Service Corps (MSC) officers to conduct professional and personal development and offers a forum for MSC officers to be updated on the advancements in technical, administrative and scientific arenas. The SCS provides an environment for mentoring and networking opportunities and encourages social interaction between MSC officers.
Message from the Silver Caduceus Society Liaison
Please read the message from the Silver Caduceus Society Liaison COL Brett Venable.
We are happy to announce that Fort Eustis hosted a virtual Silver Caduceus Society Meeting on 25 February 2021. The OPD topic was “MHS Reform and the New Funding Environment.”
Senior Leaders: LTC Jason Faulkenberry (Commander, McDonald Army Health Center), MAJ Rob Davis (DCA, McDonald Army Health Center)
For more information, please contact CPT Jonathan Fugate at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are happy to announce that Korea (Morning Calm Chapter) hosted a Silver Caduceus Society meeting on 24 February 2021. MAJ Christopher Harrison gave a presentation entitled, “Company Command 101: What I Wish I Knew Before Taking the Guidon.”
Senior Leaders: COL Dave Zimmerman (Commander, 65th Medical Brigade), LTC Marcus Perkins (Commander, U.S. Army Medical Materiel Center – Korea), LTC Jason Hipps (Force Health Protection Officer, 8th Army)
For more information, please contact CPT Guinelle Samuels (Morning Calm Chapter President) at email@example.com.
We are happy to announce that Fort Huachuca hosted a virtual Silver Caduceus Society meeting on 14 January 2021. The OPD topic was “MHS Reform and the New Funding Environment”.
Senior Leader: MAJ Matthew Moore (DCA, Bliss Army Health Center)
For more information, please contact MAJ Matt Moore at firstname.lastname@example.org.