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ballotThe Academy of Medicine's Nominating Committee is currently accepting nominations for physician members interested in serving on the Academy Council.
To be nominated, a physician must be an Active Academy member in good standing.
Serving as a Councilor is an excellent way to get more involved in your local medical community. Council meetings are held the second Tuesday of the month from September through June.
Academy Immediate Past President Carol Egner, MD, is chairing this year's Nominating Committee. If you are interested in being nominated for a Councilor position or have questions regarding a Councilor's duties, please contact Executive Director Natalie Peterson by April 30. You may also consult the Academy's Bylaws for additional information.

virus smlrCheck the following sources for the most up-to-date information on COVID-19:
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Coronavirus Disease 2019 Home Page
CDC Page for Health Professionals
American Medical Association COVID-19 Resource Center
Ohio State Medical Association Coronavirus COVID-19 Resources
Ohio Department of Health COVID-19 Resources for Local Health Districts and Providers
Hamilton County Health Department Coronavirus Information
Cincinnati Health Department COVID-19

Academy Headshot PaprzyckiUPDATE: Academy of Medicine of Cincinnati Councilor Christopher Paprzycki, MD, has been elected to serve as an Ohio State Medical Association At-Large Councilor.

Reminder to OSMA members – statewide ballot voting for At-Large Councilors is still open and will close on March 21 at 11:59 p.m. OSMA members should check their email for a ballot link. Visit the OSMA website for more information and candidate listings.

Academy member Christopher Paprzycki, MD, is running for an OSMA At-large Councilor position. All OSMA members should have received an email with voting information.

tee.clubRegistration is now open for the Academy's 2nd Annual Golf Outing to be held Monday, September 28, at Maketewah Country Club. [PLEASE NOTE: The outing has been rescheduled from its original date of June 15 because of the COVID-19 situation and the uncertainty surrounding it.]

Get your foursome together and sign up now. This year's format features a shotgun start at 1 p.m. with lunch and registration from noon - 1p.m. and the Awards Ceremony immediately following play. Beverages will be available throughout the day on the course. You'll be able to purchace raffle chances for some exciting gift baskets, participate in split-the-pot, and buy some mulligans for those very important do-overs. Sponsorship opportunities are also available. Sponsorships range from $500 to $4,000. Find your level and secure your sponsorship now.

See you on the links. Please note: If the Academy's Golf Outing is cancelled due to COVID-19 restrictions, players and sponsors will recieve full refunds.

piggy bnk stetho copy"How to Keep More of the Money You Make" was held Tuesday, February 25, at Seasons 52.
A full house was on hand for this financial planning event that focused on tools and information medical professionals need to get started on a path to secure financial fitness including:
• Different means to protect your assets and avoid unnecessary risk, 
• Planning for financial security - the RIGHT WAY,
• Minimize your tax burden,
• Preparing for life changes, e.g., marriage, children, loss of job, death of spouse, divorce, etc.,
• Insurance products - long-term care, short and long-term disability and more.

Thanks to Diversified Brokerage Specialists for sponsoring the event whcih was free to all Academy members.

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