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.

At the October 9 Academy of Medicine Council meeting, members selected their secretary and treasurer for the 2018-2019 term. Serving as secretary is E. Wymann Morriss, MD, an emergency medicine specialist with TriHealth who is in his second term on the Academy Council. Filling the position of treasurer is Anne Like, MD, who specializes in internal and occupational medicine at The Christ Hospital and is serving her first term on Council.

In addition, Florence Rothenberg, MD, a cardiologist with Cincinnati Veterans Administration Medical


Brooks Brothers logoOne day only – Friday, October 12, 2018 - save 25% off all full priced purchases online*, by phone, and in retail stores when using your Corporate Membership Card.

All Academy members are eligible to enroll in the Corporate Membership Program. If you have not already enrolled in the Corporate Membership Program, you will need the Academy's Organization ID Number and Pin Code. You can find the


installNearly 150 members and guests were on hand to celebrate the Academy’s 162nd Annual Meeting and Awards Ceremony held at the Drees Pavilion on Tuesday, October 2.

During the event the 2018-2019 Academy Council was installed — President Carol L. Egner, MD; Past President Gregory W. Rouan, MD; President-elect Matthew E. Hardin, MD; and Councilors Barry A. Brook, MD; Haleem N. Chaudhary, MD; Lisa A.


2019 Academy dues invoices have been mailed to all current members. Renew now... your continued membership allows the Academy to remain a strong, effective voice for physicians in our region.

Member benefits have been greatly enhanced to include new discounts and services for your personal and professional needs - use them and your dues can pay for themselves.

Academy initiatives focus on physician wellness/education; political and professional advocacy; dispute


Executive Leadership

Meet Dr. Gregory W. Rouan, president of the 2017-2018 Academy Council and Natalie Peterson, executive director.

Navigating the Local and National Waters of Healthcare Delivery

academy of medicineWith the realities of our current health care delivery system, there exists a fundamental tension that physicians are at risk of becoming patients themselves.

“. . . it (is) clear to me that to reduce physician burnout and re-enchant medicine we need to reestablish the importance of the relationship between patient and physician. Therein lies the magic.” This is a quote by Dr. Lydia S.


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