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IOMC 2018 Annual Meeting and Dinner

  • 7 Jun 2018
  • 6:00 PM - 9:30 PM
  • Loyola University Chicago Regents Hall, 111 East Pearson Chicago, Illinois 60611


  • Grassroots and grass top community organizations, invited and participating.
  • Representatives of Corporations
  • Tables include 8 individuals. Please send the entrée per quest to cirmiter@iomc.org by 5/31/18
  • Prices per person for IOMC members and their guests.
  • Prices per person for IOMC New Fellow and guests
  • Change in table number: Tables include 8 seats. Please send list of attendees and choices of entrée by 5/31/18 to cirmiter@iomc.org
  • Tables: 8 individuals per table. Please send the choice of entrée by 5/31/18 to cirmiter@iomc.org

IOMC Members and guests

The Institute of Medicine of Chicago invites you to join us to celebrate our fellowship and set the course for an exciting few years.  In addition to our time to get to know each other, we will hear from Dr. Soma Stout, induct our new Fellows, and present awards to outstanding leaders.

Soma Stout, MD, MS---Vice President at the Institute of Healthcare Improvement and Executive Lead of  the100 Million Healthier Lives Coalition.

Dr. Stout has dedicated her life to developing thriving people, organizations and communities in her work as a primary care clinician, educator and system improver. She has worked as a global health care practitioner and safety net primary care internist and pediatrician for over 20 years.  Dr. Stout as the Executive Lead of 100 Million Healthier Lives brings together over 1,500 partners in more than 30 countries to achieve transformation in health, wellbeing and equity, with the audacious aim of 100 million people thriving globally by 2020.


  • Co-creating and co-learning to visualize people thriving (Corporations/Foundations/Community Agencies/IOMC Board Member)

  • Key Note Speaker:  Soma Stout, MD MS
  • Induction of New Fellows
  • Awards
  • Board of Governors Transition

We look forward to creatively co-learn and co-design existing solutions for efficient and sustainable methods to attain health for all Chicago and suburban people. We will start with social determinants of health, gun violence prevention, mental health, and economic development. 

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