The MAG Foundation is encouraging physicians in southeast Georgia to attend a ribbon-cutting ceremony that will take place at 5:30 p.m. on Tuesday, October 6 – when the Okefenokee Medical Society will donate a prescription drug disposal box to the Waycross Police Department, which is located at 512 Oak Street. The donation, made possible by the Okefenokee Medical Society, is part of the MAG Foundation’s ‘Think About It’ campaign to reduce prescription drug abuse in the state.
“The MAG Foundation thanks the Waycross Police Department for its vision and leadership, and we applaud the Okefenokee Medical Society for its incredible generosity,” says MAG Foundation President Jack M. Chapman Jr., M.D. “The people who live in this community are consequently going to have some additional peace of mind.”
The ceremony will feature a number of dignitaries, including Waycross Police Chief Tony Tanner, Medical Association of Georgia (MAG) President Manoj H. Shah, M.D., Okefenokee Medical Society President McGregor Lott, M.D., MAG Past President William Clark, M.D., and MAG Executive Director Donald J. Palmisano Jr.