Seven physicians from across Kentucky were recognized during the Kentucky Medical Association’s Annual Meeting for completing the KMA Community Connector Leadership Program.
To qualify as a Community Connector, a physician must participate in the Kentucky Physician Leadership Academy, held during the KMA 2015 Annual Meeting Aug. 28-31, and volunteer in a leadership capacity for a nonprofit organization and within the medical profession. Nine physicians from across the state participated in the inaugural class in 2014.
The Community Connector Leadership Program prepares and supports physicians in leadership roles and offers grants to nonprofit organizations.
The 2015 Class of KMA Community Connectors are:
- Mary Helen Davis, M.D., a Louisville psychiatrist,
- John Johnstone, M.D., a Richmond cardiologist,
- Benjamin Kutnicki, M.D., a Warsaw family physician,
- Theodore Miller, M.D., Ph.D., an Edgewood otolaryngologist,
- James Patrick Murphy, M.D., a Louisville anesthesiologist,
- Nancy Swikert, M.D., a Florence family physician, and
- Donald Swikert, M.D., a Florence family physician.
Learn more about the KMA Community Connector program here.
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