Academy of Medicine

of Cincinnati

Your Local Medical Society

A professional association for physicians who practice or live in Hamilton County that, through its additional membership categories, also serves physicians and others in the health care field in surrounding geographic areas.

From left: Matthew Hardin, MD, President-Elect; Carol Egner, MD, President; Gregory Rouan, MD, Past President.

The Voice for Quality Health Care

The Academy of Medicine of Cincinnati, founded in 1857, is a not-for-profit, professional association for physicians who practice or live in Hamilton County, Ohio. The mission of the Academy of Medicine is to advocate on issues affecting physicians’ ability to practice in an environment that fosters the highest quality medicine possible. The Academy of Medicine of Cincinnati is the voice for access to and the provision of quality health care in our community.



Academy Announcements

We frequently post important updates regarding the medical industry, webinars, and upcoming events.

piggy bnk stetho copy"How to Keep More of the Money You Make" will be held Tuesday, February 25, at Seasons 52, 3819 Edwards Road, Cincinnati, OH 45209.
OPEN TO PHYSICIANS, RESIDENTS, MEDICAL STUDENTS — there is NO CHARGE for Academy members, residents, and their spouse/significant other (thanks to our generous sponsor Diversified Brokerage Specialists. Non-members and their spouse/significant other – may attend for $20.00 each.


turf raceExperience thoroughbred horse racing at its finest in Lexington, Kentucky.
Our group will enjoy a private room (Keeneland Room) on the 5th floor of the grandstand featuring sweeping views of the race track. There is also a private, rooftop outdoor patio for watching the races. Your ticket includes a sumptuous lunch buffet; reserved parking; private bar service (cash bar) & mutuel betting windows; race day program; and afternoon


stetho clipbrdThe Southwest Ohio Internal Medicine Update & Review Course is a board review course that will provide an intensive review of medicine for physicians preparing for the ABIM initial and recertification examinations. To be held over two weekends, February 21-23 & February 28-March 1, at the Kingsgate Hotel & Conference Center, 151 Goodman Drive, Cincinnati, OH 45219, the course will also offer an in-depth review with


teamwork 220In order to fulfill Academy priorities established by the Council, Work Groups have been created to address the various activities. Work Groups are still reviewing plans for 2020, and you are invited to join them.
Priority Work Groups include: Educational Activities, Physician Wellness, Social Activities, and Political & Professional Advocacy.
Any Academy member is eligible to join a Work Group.


Executive Leadership

Meet Dr. Carol Egner, president of the 2018-2019 Academy Council and Natalie Peterson, executive director.

I love medicine …

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Thank you so much for this opportunity to serve you. I love medicine. No matter what stage of our career, we are always learning. There is always more to learn. We never know enough. Most young women and men are motivated to choose medicine for altruistic reasons.

Medicine has many advantages:
• It is challenging and diverse;
• Provides a steady career with a much better income than most; and
• Yields


Making the Local Physican Community Stonger in the 21st Century

Academy of Medicine Executive DirectorThe Academy of Medicine of Cincinnati, founded in 1857, has a rich history in the Cincinnati community. The Academy exists to organize, represent, advocate for, and serve physicians of Greater Cincinnati. Over the past several years, we experienced a decline in membership but are now seeing renewed interest with more and more physicians either joining or re-joining their local


Mission Statement

The Academy of Medicine is the professional association that exists to organize, represent, advocate for, and serve physicians of Greater Cincinnati.

-- The Academy of Medicine