The TSLMS started as a small group of caring laser surgeons who were interested in sharing ideas, fostering new relationships, and enhancing patient outcomes. We now find our roster of members ever expanding, with one of the most recognized national educational events in the US which focuses on Lasers & Energy Based Devices, Injectables for Cosmetic Concerns, Skin Care, Practice Management and Medical Dermatology as well.
Our faculty is first class and we know you will find 2018 to be by far, the best meeting Music City SCALE has ever hosted.
We hope to have the opportunity to meet you personally at the meeting in Nashville this upcoming May, 2018.
Dr. Brian S. Biesman, MD
Dr. Michael H. Gold, MD
13th Annual Meeting May 9-12, 2018
Music City Convention Center
201 5th Ave. S.
Nashville, TN 37203
President: Michael H. Gold, MD
Secretary: John Moore, MD
Past President: John Binhlam, MD
Brian Biesman, MD
John Binhlam, MD
Don Clemons, MD
Wayne Day, MD
Sam Fulk, MD
Albert Kattine, MD
John Moore, MD
Adrian Rodriquez, MD
Jason Wendel, MD
For more information contact Karen Dennis:
PURPOSE: The Government Relations Committee develops and advocates positions on relevant issues impacting patient welfare and the practice of lasers and aesthetic medicine, and surgery.
ROLE: Committee members work with the TSLMS’s lobbyist in promoting the TSLMS mission and defending against legislation, regulations and public policy potentially threatening to the practice of lasers and aesthetic medicine, and surgery and our patients.
Government Relations Committee members will have the opportunity to work with state legislators, legislative leadership and key public policy officials to further the mission of TSLMS.
TSLMS is the nationwide leader in successfully passing legislation that is at the forefront of state government oversight in the practice of lasers and aesthetic medicine, and surgery. TSLMS also supports legislation in the interest of all medical patients.
The goal of the Tennessee Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery (TSLMS) is to promote patient welfare and advance the science of laser technology in the health care professions. The Society was established for the purpose of maintaining the highest ethical and professional standards in the practice of laser medicine and surgery.
The pursuit of this goal by the Society is through the means of promoting an active exchange of information, encouraging research in both clinical and non-clinical fields and monitoring the use of lasers in the health professions. The Society is an amalgamation of engineers, scientists, technologists, physicians, nurses, and other health care professionals. In order to promote the patient welfare, the Society establishes this Code of Ethics as a standard of conduct to which each member is expected to adhere. TSLMS is committed to establishing an environment free from sexual harassment. It is against the policies of TSLMS for any member, male or female, to sexually harass another person.
Membership in the Tennessee Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery implies that the member is of good moral character and adheres to these tenets, instructions, and principles, the ultimate goal of which is to benefit the patient. Failure to uphold these tenets may subject the member to dismissal from the Tennessee Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery.
I recognize that membership in the TN Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery is a privilege, not a right, and is subject to and governed by the Society’s Articles of Incorporation, Bylaws, Administrative Regulations, Code of Ethics, and other rules the TN Society may adopt. If accepted as a member of the TN Society, I agree to abide by its rule and recognize the importance of the TN Society’s ability to investigate the qualifications of the applicants for membership and maintain standards of conduct for it s members. The TN Society must be able to perform its investigatory and disciplinary functions without fear of litigation by rejected applicants or disciplined members. I consent to any investigation the facts disclosed in this application, to any disciplinary investigation during my membership in the TN Society, and to any statements made in the application or discipline process, by whomever made and whether defamatory or not. In return for consideration of my application, I consent to the TN Society inviting and receiving information and comments about me from any member or other person, and I agree that any information and comment furnished to the TN Society in response to such an invitation shall be conclusively deemed confidential and privileged, and I waive any claim or course of action and release the TN Society, its members, directors, officers, or agents and any person furnishing information or comment in response to an invitation from the TN Society for any damage or liability by reason of any action any of them may take in connections with this application.
If elected to membership in the TN Society, I further waive any claim or cause of action and the TN Society, its members, directors, officers, Ethics and Conflict of Interest Committee members, agents or any person reporting, furnishing information or commenting about in connection with any disciplinary action of the TN Society.