Butte Glenn Medical Society

Spring Celebration and Awards Dinner

Spring Dinner

April 25, 2024
at Butte Creek Country Club
175 Estates Dr, Chico, CA 95928
5:30 p.m. - 9 p.m.

The Spring Dinner will focus on the topic of the Future of Medicine and Medical Education. The BGMS Practice Staff Superstar Award and Scholarship Awards will be presented. We will also be presenting more details about the Psychiatry and Family Medicine Residency programs.
Hear from our evening speakers:

  • Mark Servis, MD, Vice Dean, UC Davis School of Medicine
  • Rachel Mitchell, MD, Program Director, and Donovan Wong, MD, Co-Associate Program Director for Healthy Rural California's new Psychiatry Residency
  • David Alonso, MD, President, Healthy Rural California
  • Dannielle Harwood, MD, President, Butte-Glenn Medical Society
  • James Schlund, MD, Chair, Interprofessional Health Campus Committee

Operation Access will be hosting cocktail hour.

Single Ticket: $90 Pair Ticket: $150
Table of 8: $600

Please RSVP on Eventbrite by clicking HERE.
Please contact Bridget McBride, Associate Director, at bmcbride@bgmsonline.org if a different form of payment is needed.

We had a wonderful and successful evening at the 2022 Spring Celebration and Awards Dinner.
Thank you to those who attended and donated to our Gift Basket fundraiser. Here are some pictures from the evening to recap the event! To learn more about our scholarship awards, click here.

The installation of our new president, Dr. Bill Whitlatch, was solidified by a handshake from our immediate past president, Dr. David Alonso.

2022 Scholarship Award Winners
Left: Pleasant Valley HS Senior, Omoefe Odiase.
Right: CSU Chico Pre-med Senior, James Lawrence.

The Public Health Excellence award was presented by Dr. Sean Liston and Dr. Andy Miller to Enloe Medical Center's Monoclonal Antibody Bamlanivimab (MAB) Program.

Dr. Phillip Filbrandt presented the story of Dr. Hugh James Glenn and performed his song about the COVID pandemic.

The gift baskets of products and services were awarded at the dinner to those who donated. There were a variety of goods donated which included botox, medical-grade skincare, local restaurant gift cards and goods, massages, and art classes.

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