A Local Chapter of National Medical Association (NMA)
The Cream City Medical Society was established in Milwaukee, Wisconsin in 1927, under the leadership of Dr. Richard Herron. Dr. Herron was the son of Milwaukee’s first African American physician, Dr. Allen L. Herron.
The Mission of the Cream City Medical Society is to eliminate minority health disparities. The organization strives to display a positive image of the underrepresented community's role in the healthcare field, and is committed to support and build a healthy, effective minority youth contingency that is dedicated to the healthcare profession.
Members of the Cream City Medical Society are dedicated doctoral level health care professionals including medical doctors, pharmacists, podiatrists and dentists as well as other areas of practice.