That’s just one of the release we’ve posted this week on http://accesskpa.com/4-22-21-nominations-open-for-2021-citizen-doctor-of-the-year/. The Kentucky Association of Family Physicians is hoping Kentucky newspapers will promote this effort by running the news release. You can download the entire release by going to http://accesskpa.com/4-22-21-nominations-open-for-2021-citizen-doctor-of-the-year/ where you’ll find other releases recently posted as well.
The “Citizen Doctor of the Year” award was originated to recognize a family physician of strong moral values whose deeds and actions exemplified the characteristic of service before self, and that magnify the principle of the specialty of family medicine’s focus on compassion and caring for the well being of those we serve. Past recipients of this award have pioneered advances in medical education, research, patient care and community service for the Commonwealth of Kentucky.
The Nominations Committee is making its first call for nominees for this award. Please consider Family Physicians you know who would represent Kentucky as the “the most outstanding physician recognized by their peers.”
Groups or individuals have the opportunity to submit nominations. The physician selected will be recognized in the public relations efforts of the KAFP, and will be forwarded as the Kentucky nominee for the prestigious AAFP’s “Family Physician of the Year” award.
For complete information about making a nomination and to see the entire news release, go to http://accesskpa.com/4-22-21-nominations-open-for-2021-citizen-doctor-of-the-year/