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Clark County Medical Society to swear in new president

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The Clark County Medical Society (CCMS) will later this month swear in a new president during a ceremony at the Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health.

Dr. George John Alexander is a board-certified plastic surgeon and cosmetic surgeon. He'll be sworn in Saturday, June 23 during the Presidential Installation Dinner and Awards Ceremony at the Lou Ruvo Center.

"It is an honor to hold this position with the Clark County Medical Society," said Dr. Alexander. "I will uphold the integrity of the board and be an advocate for raising medical safety standards in this community."

Dr. Alexander has practiced medicine since 1994, serving as a member of CCMS since 1998. He has held the position of president-elect since July 2011 and takes over from Dr. Howard Baron.

"I've experienced how quality-focused our medical care is as both a provider and recipient of healthcare, so I know what we are capable of as a medical community," Dr. Alexander added. "Our goal is to raise the bar for healthcare in Clark County and we will accomplish this through education programs for both providers and patients."

CCMS serves as an advocate for physicians, their patients and community health. It was chartered by the Nevada State Medical Association in 1955.

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