SIRPAC proudly endorses Dr. Stephen Ferrara in his bid for Congressional Office
Join SIRPAC at the Phoenix Marriott Tempe at the Buttes on Oct. 6 from 5–6 p.m. for a fundraiser reception in support of Stephen L. Ferrara, MD, FSIR, candidate for Arizona’s 9th Congressional District.
Dr. Ferrara, a former SIR Health Policy and Economics Division Councilor, will be on hand to meet supporters and discuss his stance on various policy matters. SIRPAC has endorsed Dr. Ferrara and supports his efforts to become the first interventional radiologist elected to Congress.
What: Fundraiser reception for Steve Ferrara, candidate for Congress
When: Oct. 6, 5–6 p.m. MT
Where: Kachina Foyer, Phoenix Marriott Tempe at the Buttes, Tempe, Ariz.
For more information about this, please contact Doug Huynh, SIR's director of government relations.
SIR member, Dr. Stephen Ferrara, announced on May 16 that he will run for office in Arizona’s 9th Congressional District. Dr. Ferrara is an interventional radiologist, former Chief U.S Navy Chief Medical Officer, and SIR leader. Please help support Steve in his bid for office.
Help SIRPAC advance IR on Capitol Hill
The volatility of the current political climate is playing itself out in the health care arena: financial repercussions and economic ramifications are inevitable. One thing is certain—interventional radiology needs a strong voice on Capitol Hill fighting for our specialty and the patients who benefit from our care.
As the nonpartisan political action committee of the Society of Interventional Radiology, SIRPAC is dedicated to advancing the interests of SIR members, their practices, and patients before Congress.
SIRPAC builds relationships with key members of Congress and their staff, helps pro-health care and pro-IR individuals achieve or maintain national offices, and supports legislation conducive to innovation and patient access to IR services.
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