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USOSM President and CEO Richard Hall says the company wants to encourage others to support the OMS Foundation.

For the fourth year in a row, U.S. Oral Surgery Management (USOSM) – a specialty management services company headquartered in Irving, Texas – is proud to announce its support of the OMS Foundation. USOSM will match every donation to the foundation’s annual fund received by June 30, up to a total of $35,000.

USOSM is actively involved with the oral and maxillofacial surgery (OMS) industry and its focus is exclusively on oral and maxillofacial surgeons. USOSM has supported the OMS Foundation since 2018, helping it to raise more than $250,000 to-date. USOSM President and CEO Richard Hall says the company is proud to continue its support, because the foundation “does so much” for the OMS industry.

“The OMS Foundation works hard to advance oral and maxillofacial patient care by providing oral and maxillofacial surgeons with training, education, research and general support,” said Hall in a press release. “This is significant, important work, and they do it so well. We’re honored to help support them as they continue in this worthy endeavor, and we want to encourage others to do the same, which is why we’re offering a matching gift incentive of up to $35,000 this year.”

The OMS Foundation is a national, 501(c) (3) nonprofit that strives to improve the quality and safety of patient care by fueling innovation in OMS research, training and education. Its annual fund supports the foundation’s mission and programs, including clinical basic research, education programs, scholarships, and support for early-career OMS faculty.

“The impact of USOSM’s partnership with the OMS Foundation has been substantial. Their generous and consistent support has provided a strong model for the specialty’s corporate sector, and USOSM’s annual gift-match challenges have helped to raise more than $250,000 to address the specialty’s immediate and long-term priorities, including anesthesia safety, non-narcotic pain management and innovative applications for technology,” added Dr. Louis K. Rafetto, OMS Foundation chair. “USOSM leadership is always ready to consider opportunities to work together to advance the specialty, and we value the solid relationship we’ve built with them.”

On the web: https://omsfoundation.org/.