ACMS is led by a volunteer board of directors who are members and direct the strategic work of the organization. But the ground level work for many activities takes place through the executive director with significant help and counsel from various committees and work groups. This is a great way to get involved in specific interests, grow in your leadership skills, and network with other members. Opportunities are available for members, spouses or community volunteers. Please contact the director at the email below.
Winter Clinics Committee
Kara Kuntz, MD, Chair - Saint Alphonsus Medical Group
Alice Blake, MD - ACMS Board of Directors
Denise Mills, MD - Retired
Mark Boerner, MD - Idaho Eyelid & Facial Plastic Surgery
Ali Bastian, MD - Family Medicine Residency of Idaho
Nicholas Lewis, MD - Saltzer Medical Group
Steven Reames, Director - ACMS
Physician Vitality Committee
Abhilash Desai, MD, Physician Vitality Program Volunteer Medical Director
Stephanie Hodson, MD - Summit Cancer Care, ACMS board member
Frank Johnson, MD - St. Luke's Treasure Valley VP Medical Affairs
Thomas Pintar, MD - Idaho Nephrology Associates, ACMS board member
Joe Williams, MD - Idaho Urologic Institute, ACMS board member
Capital Coalition for Physician Well-Being - Steering Committe
Sheila Giffen, MD
Frank Johnson MD
Joe Williams, MD
Deb Roman, DO
Steven Mings, MD
Steven Reames, Director, ACMS
Physician Vitality Program Oversight
This was the basis of the Physician Vitality committee, which was started to oversee the development of the program. It has light supervision and operational needs.
Event Planning Work Groups
The director can always use more hands on deck for planning, setup/breakdown, hospitality of events that draw more than 50 people. These include Winter Clinics, Art and Wine Show, Zoo Boise, Annual Meeting, Top Shelf Burger, etc.
High School Physicals
The sports physical screening exams are held in May each year. This committee meets as needed to discuss logistics, pre-participation exam community standards, volunteer recruiting, and promotion. If you're a sports med doc, this one is for you.