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2019 NCSEPS Codequest Coding Seminar, Feb. 2

Registration is now open!
2019 NCSEPS Codequest Coding Seminar
February 2 at the Grandover Resort, Greensboro

  • Download the registration brochure to view program details.
  • Register securely online for one or both sessions.
  • Contact us at 919-833-3836 and ask for Arielle Stout to register by phone.
  • Earn up to 6 hours of CME, JCAHPO or NBCOE credits! Each course offers 3 CME, JCAHPO Category A and NBCOE credits, and a certificate of completion for AAPC.
  • Accommodations: For room reservations, call the Grandover Resort at (800) 472-6301 or (336) 294-1800 and ask for the NCSEPS group rate of $179 single or double plus tax. The hotel cut-off is January 4.
  • Questions? Contact Nancy Lowe at nlowe@ncmedsoc.org or 919-833-3836.

2019 NCSEPS Annual Meeting, Sept. 6-8

Save the date!
2019 NCSEPS Annual Meeting

September 6-8 at the Omni Grove Park Inn, Asheville, NC

  • Exhibiting Opportunities: Please share the Exhibitor Prospectus with the product and service representatives who call on your practice.
  • Questions? Contact Nancy Lowe at nlowe@ncmedsoc.org or 919-833-3836.

Governor Cooper Applauds Post-Florence Volunteer Efforts, Including Vision Screening

Governor Roy Cooper visited the Word of Faith Ministries shelter on November 15, 2018 to thank the facility, staff and volunteers for their work to help those impacted by Hurricane Florence. In his remarks, Gov. Cooper made special mention of the volunteer support coordinated by the NC Society of Eye Physicians and Surgeons and the NC Medical Society in making the October 13th vision screening event at the shelter possible.

Dr. George Escaravage of Wilmington and Dr. Mike Geiger of Fayetteville volunteered their time and expertise at the event in Kenansville, NC. The two ophthalmologists screened over 60 shelter residents, and all who needed vision correction left with a pair of readers or a prescription that was filled at no cost by Centene, the event sponsor.

In welcoming the Governor, shelter director Patsy Quinn expressed her gratitude to the NCSEPS and NCMS and specifically to Drs. Escaravage and Geiger. The Governor added his appreciation for their volunteer service in his remarks.


Gov. Cooper, Shelter Director Patsy Smith, and NCSEPS Executive Director Alan Skipper at the Word of Faith Ministries shelter.


Alan Skipper, Dr. George Escaravage and Dr. J. Michael Geiger at the Oct. 13 vision screening event in Kenansville.



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