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Call for Award Nominations -- Nominations due by April 10!

The Michigan Association of Osteopathic Family Physicians (MAOFP) is requesting nominations for our prestigious awards: Distinguished Service; Physician of the Year; and Resident of the Year, to be given to an individual(s) exemplifying outstanding dedication to the profession by contribution to the advancement of osteopathic family practice in the state of Michigan.

The awards will be presented only to a deserving candidate(s). The award winner(s) will be invited to attend the MAOFP Summer Family Medicine Update to receive a plaque and congratulations during the President’s Banquet and Award Ceremony.

We appreciate your support and would like this opportunity to thank and acknowledge outstanding members of the osteopathic community. Please click on the links below to nominate someone.

Distinguished Service Award Physician of the Year Award Resident of the Year Award

Awards


2019 Family Physician of the Year Award
J. William Rawlin, DO

This award recognizes an outstanding osteopathic physician who has demonstrated exceptional commitment to promoting osteopathic family medicine in the state of Michigan. Nominees for this award are in good standing of MAOFP and exemplify the highest qualities of dedication to the osteopathic profession, to patients, and to the community through professional and public service as a practicing physician.


2019 Distinguished Service Award
Kathleen M. Rollinger, DO

This prestigious award is given to an individual or organization exemplifying outstanding dedication to the profession by contribution to the advancement of osteopathic family practice in the state of Michigan. The nominees for this award should demonstrate the highest qualities of professional and public service that have positively influenced osteopathic family medicine.


2019 MSUCOM Student Physician of the Year
Nicole Rye

This prestigious award recognizes the outstanding MSUCOM Student Physician of the Year, a student who has demonstrated exceptional commitment to osteopathic Family Medicine during medical school. Nominees for this award should be a member in good standing of MAOFP and exemplify the highest qualities of dedication to the osteopathic profession, to patients, and to the community through professional and public service as a student. Scholarship and leadership activities will also be recognized.


MSU Endowment Fund

As a MAOFP member, we invite you to give back to the growth of your profession by contributing to the MSUCOM student scholarship.  Each year one third or fourth year student enrolled in the College of Osteopathic Medicine who is planning a career in family medicine will be selected from the applicants.

Donors can give on-line or by mailing their contribution directly to MSUCOM.  You will need to identify the MAOFP Endowment by noting the allocation code: AS1000108.

Allocation code: AS000108

On-line website: http://www.givingto.msu.edu/


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Mail your contribution:

MSUCOM

Attn: Tricia Bradford

965 Fee Hall Road, Room A310

East Lansing, MI  48824


2501 Jolly Road, Suite 110 | Okemos, MI 48864

517.253.8037 | fax: 517.220.2969
info@maofp.org


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