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About Phi Delta Epsilon International Medical FraternityView Site

Phi Delta Epsilon, an international medical fraternity, was founded 104 years ago and is based on the promotion of fostering and achieving bonding among physicians of high moral character devoted to education and philanthropy for a lifetime. Phi Delta Epsilon members are the future physicians of America and the future physicians of children's hospitals. Members are committed to helping improve the lives of children philanthropically as well as medically. With more than 35,000 initiated members and more than 50 chapters, Phi Delta Epsilon chapters host campus and community events to raise funds and awareness for their local CMN Hospitals. Some chapters have a signature event such as a Miracle Banquet or an Anatomy Fashion Show. Every October, Phi Delta Epsilon hosts their international philanthropy day, Stand For The Kids, where every chapter stands on campus in unison to raise awareness for the local hospital and raises fund to help with operational costs. While each event may vary, the impact is the same. It?s a powerful day raising awareness worldwide for our philanthropic partner. As their current and future physicians, CMN Hospitals is an organization dear to Phi Delta Epsilon members.

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