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Active in family medicine throughout medical school, Meyer was elected a student delegate to the AAFP Congress of Delegates in 2011. As a student delegate, he represented student member interests and issues pertinent to medical students that are brought to the Congress of Delegates by the National Congress of Students. He has served on the Missouri Academy of Family Physicians Board of Directors since 2010 and was the Missouri AFP’s delegate to the National Conference of Family Medicine Residents and Medical Students. Through his positions with the Missouri AFP, Meyer helped develop legislation that would increase loan repayments for family physicians working in underserved areas in Missouri.
In 2010, Meyer was named a regional coordinator for the AAFP’s National Family Medicine Interest Group Network for a one-year term beginning in January 2011. As a coordinator, he served as a consultant and resource for the FMIGs on medical school campuses in the 10 states that comprise Region 2 of the network.
In addition, Meyer served as president of the St. Louis University Physicians for Human Rights and co-chair of the School of Medicine’s Family Medicine Interest Group. He is a member of St. Louis’ Winter Outreach team, bringing emergency supplies to St. Louis’ homeless when temperatures drop below 20 degrees. He directed a homeless health care service elective at SLU School of Medicine where he helped organize an influenza vaccination day in St. Louis’ tent cities. He also worked with homeless and low-income people as program staff at Nativity House day shelter through the Jesuit Volunteer Corps.
Meyer will complete his medical degree in May 2013.