Welcome to Collegium Aesculapium.
Collegium Aesculapium Foundation is an Organization for LDS physicians and health professionals (mormon physicians of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints). An independent organization that is based upon medicine and service, from the local level to the international level. We hope that this new site meets the needs of its members. If members have any comments or suggestions, or requests that would better serve their local chapter, feel free to email us and let us know. Again, welcome to the new look.
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Any comments or questions relative to the organization or the website can be directed to Collegium Aesculapium at 801-802-0449 or mailto: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Annual Meeting 2017
The 2017 Fall meeting of Collegium Aesculapium is planned for September. The final details of the meeting are nearly complete and are listed below. We look forward to seeing you all again.
We are very excited that Elder Ronald A. Rasband of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles has agreed to speak at the dinner/fireside event that we have planned. He is looking forward to speaking to our group as well.
The meeting will be held on Sept 28-29 in downtown Salt Lake City. The dinner/fireside will be at the Radisson Downtown hotel (215 South Temple) and the medical meetings at the Joseph Smith Memorial Building.
"When you lay aside the frantic schedules you are required to keep and the many demands of your profession to reach out..., you will discover a resurgence of your desire to help, and in each instance you will realize that you have returned with no diminuation of your ability but with a heart filled with gratitude, ... (Thomas S. Monson)