The Dade County Medical Association (DCMA) celebrated the opening of its new office on Sunnybrook Road in the heart of the Miami Medial District, Nov. 28. The centenary institution recently moved to this new location after many years on North River Drive.
“With this step, the DCMA is celebrating a new era for the institution with upgraded technology, a community board room, and the guidance of a new management team that will guide the DCMA into the future,” said Dr. Barbara Montford, President of the DCMA.
The office, located at 1011 Sunnybrook Road, Suite 904, will be managed by Cobbe Consulting and Management, LLC, a well-established consulting firm specializing in managing physician associations throughout the state of Florida.
At a ribbon cutting ceremony co-hosted by the Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce (GMCC) on Nov. 28, Dr. Montford explained, “In order to get DCMA to the ‘next level,’ the organization had to make the necessary changes – and that is what we are celebrating today.”
With the new office and new management now in place, said Montford, “We are also able to enhance our access to additional resources that can be used to promote the values and objectives of the DCMA to our colleagues.”
Executive Director, Fraser Cobbe, president of Cobbe Consulting and Management, added, “Our team greatly appreciates the opportunity provided by the DCMA leadership and the chance to build upon the legacy of this fine institution.”
GMCC President Alfred Sanchez, who attended the momentous event, expressed his gratitude to the leadership of the DCMA for making the Chamber a partner in this new era for the organization.
“On behalf of the entire Greater Miami Chamber, we are gratified to play a part of this event, which marks the beginning of a long and promising partnership. I know that we are going to work together for the well-being of our constituents and the residents of this community.”
Dr. Montford called upon physicians throughout the community to join the DCMA and help promote the practice of medicine and access to quality care for their patients. “With your support we are the voice of physicians in Miami-Dade County.”
As a GMCC member, the DCMA joins hundreds of other local companies and organizations benefitting from the services the chamber provides by bringing together the brightest minds in South Florida business to represent one voice, forming lifelong, meaningful relationships along the way. For information contact GMCC at 305-577-5471 or visit www.MiamiChamber.com.
The Dade County Medical Association is the organization of choice for physicians who advocate for patients and for the quality and sustainability of the practice of medicine. Its mission is to support its members in all aspects of the practice of medicine; to serve physicians and their patients by establishing and promoting ethical, educational, and clinical standards for the medical profession; and to advocate the highest principle of all, the integrity of the patient/physician relationship.