Tuesday, November 26, 2013

Ky. Rural Health Association seeks nominations by Aug. 20 for annual award honoring health service to rural Kentuckians

The Kentucky Rural Health Association is seeking nominations representing this year's recipient of the Dan Martin Award, an once a year honor representing an distinctive who has provided many years of service to rural Kentuckians through give instructions tolerant thought, physical condition professions education, physical condition administration, physical condition promotion or known advocacy.

This settlement is named representing its chief recipient, in 2003, Dr. Dan Martin of the Trover Foundation in Madisonville. Susan Starling, boss of Marcum and Wallace Memorial Hospital in Irvine, acknowledged the settlement after everything else day, honoring her dedication and considerate handiwork representing rural physical condition in Kentucky.

Nominations will be acknowledged until Aug. 20. The settlement will be presented next to the KRHA Annual Conference Sept. 26-27 in Bowling Green. To nominate someone, please complete this form and e-mail to lmashe2@uky.Edu.

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