FMX Highlights


Liezel Porras


Sep 30, 2022


It’s good to be back and part of the largest annual conference for Family Physicians after our first FMX in 2019. We had the most fantastic experience when we finally met our clients in person.

A Warm and Welcoming Experience

We had a great time meeting physicians who have been our clients since FMX 2019. We also visited clients in Virginia, DC, and Maryland. The warm welcome we received made up for the chilly days in DC. It was wonderful to finally see each other in person after working remotely for years. We shared a small piece of the Philippines through local coffee and chocolates, which we also brought to the exhibit. 

We take pride in being able to provide support and valuable service to our clients. Hearing how our assistance is valued is very fulfilling and inspires us to continue to provide quality service to our clients.

Building Connections 

Xillium's foundation is built on the support of our current and future clients. Having the opportunity to be face-to-face with leading health professionals in Family Medicine allows us to learn from them and expect what will come next.

Jamming With Physicians 

An exciting new feature added this year at FMX was live music for our attendees to enjoy. Alongside the live performances, there are food and drinks provided, and an artwork auction for guests—from exhibitors to physicians and children—to enjoy what the event has to offer.

Capturing Memories in DC 

The seven-hour drive to Washington, DC, was worth every minute as we saw breathtaking views of the city. It was a long drive filled with exciting conversations while admiring the panoramic view of the skyline and neoclassical structures of the city. We drove by the Pentagon, saw the Capitol, Lincoln Memorial and many other landmarks in the city. The cityscapes were plentiful—making it nearly impossible not to stop by and capture the timelessness of the city. 

Liezel Porras

Liezel holds a degree in Literature and has years of experience in remotely mentoring foreign students to speak English. Her academic involvement also includes writing and editing learning materials and content. Her distance learning profession cultivated her competency in communication, management, research, and technology.

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