Indian River County Medical Society is a private non-profit, professional association comprised entirely of physicians (MDs and DOs). It was founded by eight physicians in 1947. Today, the Medical Society has over 150 members. IRCMS serves Indian River County as the county component of the Florida Medical Association and the American Medical Association, but is administratively and financially independent.
Physicians join the Medical Society for a variety of reasons, including access to legislative representation and information that affects health care and their medical practice. But most of all, physicians affiliate with IRCMS because they prioritize maintaining quality health care in our rapidly changing world.
How Can We Help You?
Our goal is to aid Indian River County residents and visitors by providing information to meet their health care needs. Our members value the patient/physician relationship and appreciate the positive role that relationship plays in health care. We support ideas and programs that further the quality of medical care in our community.
IRCMS provides background information on all our members. If you are new in the area and seeking a physician, we will gladly provide you with names and background information of physicians who meet your specialty requirements. Click here to search for a physician (Link to “find a physician”)
The Medical Society partners with various organizations and agencies to develop and administer programs designed to heighten awareness about health care and to improve the quality of care available in our community. Many of our members volunteer their services through the We Care Program. We Care, a project of IRCMS, the Indian River County Health Department and the Indian River County Hospital Taxing District serves indigent members of the community who might not otherwise receive medical care.