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Lake-Sumter Medical Society News Briefs

LSMS Signs with E&M Consulting, Inc. for First Annual Membership Directory

The Lake-Sumter Medical Society is pleased to announce their first annual Membership Directory, to be published in coordination with their annual EXPO medical tradeshow set for November 30.

MEMBERS ONLY!

This exclusive Directory will only include members of the Lake-Sumter Medical Society, so....
1) call us to be sure your dues are current (352-742-9902);

2) encourage your colleagues to join the Lake-Sumter Medical Society so they will also be listed;

3) consider using your advertising dollars for this Directory that will be in doctor's offices and at your colleagues' fingertips for an entire year.
Click here for the advertising rate sheet.

Deadly Drug "Grey Death" Hits Florida
By PETER HADEN • MAY 26, 2017

Law enforcement officials are warning of a deadly new drug hitting South Florida streets called "grey death."
It's actually a mixture of several opioid drugs, including heroin, fentanyl and elephant tranquilizer. It looks like concrete mixing powder and is linked to fatal overdoses in Alabama, Georgia and Ohio.

The Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office is warning the community. The mixture has the potential to kill just by getting it on your skin. The Martin County Sheriff's Office has ordered special gear for deputies that may encounter the drug.

Grey Death is the latest in a constantly evolving opioid black market.
Justin Miller is with the Drug Enforcement Agency's Miami Division.

"That's really a big reason why this drug crisis is different than other drug crisis we've seen," Miller said. "It is because we're seeing new drugs constantly. And we're having to adjust accordingly to that."

Earlier this month, Florida Governor Rick Scott declared the opioid crisis a public health emergency.
Health News Florida Story provided by Lake Sumter Medical Society

FMA Annual Meeting

FOUR MEMBERS of the Lake-Sumter Medical Society will join representatives from Orange and Seminole Counties to create the Central Florida Caucus at the Annual Meeting of the Florida Medical Association set for August 4-6 in Orlando.

LSMS delegates participating in this prestigious event include Wendy Lavezzi, MD; Shelley Glover, MD; Pete Marzek, MD; and Sheyla Zelaya, MD.

The LSMS delegation has room for two more delegates. If interested, please contact the LSMS office, 352-742-9902, or email frontdesk@lakesumter.org.



 
 
 
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