MEDICAL STUDENTS NEED YOUR HELP!
Did you know?
• year Kentucky in-state tuition
alone is a staggering $157,202
• year Kentucky in-state tu4
ition, books, fees and housing
• he average debt load of U
of L’s 2014 graduating class is
WE INVITE YOU
TO JOIN EFFORTS
WITH YOUR GLMS
y of Louisville
TO RAISE FUNDS FOR
MEDICAL STUDENT SCHOLARSHIPS
Each year the proceeds from the
GLMS Foundation Scholarship Golf
HURSTBOURNE COUNTRY CLUB
Outing award a total of $20,000
9000 HURSTBOURNE CLUB LANE
LOUISVILLE, KY 40222-5470
to bright and deserving medical
students. On Monday, SeptemPRESENTED BY:
ber 28th, we celebrate our 5th Annual GLMS Foundation Scholarship Golf Outing where another
$20,000 will be awarded. This year
the GLMS Foundation will reach
the milestone of $100,000 invested in tomorrow’s physicians.
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 2015
You can further our effort. Bring your team and enjoy a great day of
golf and networking with physicians and community leaders while
you help lessen the financial burden of medical education on our
future doctors. We need team sponsors, golfers and financial support which is a tax-deductible donation to the GLMS Foundation
PLEASE JOIN THESE PHYSICIANS IN
RAISING SCHOLARSHIP FUNDS:
Drs. Gregory & Linda Gleis
Dr. Tim Brown
Dr. & Mrs. David Watkins
Dr. Russell Williams
Dr. Jan Yusk
Dr. Denise Puthuff
Dr. Mary G. Barry
ALSO THANKS TO THESE CORPORATE
SPONSORS WHO SUPPORT THE
FOUNDATION’S SCHOLARSHIP INITIATIVE:
Professionals’ Insurance Agency, Inc.
Robert H. Clarkson Insurance Agency
Greater Louisville Medical Society
U of L - Dr. James Ramsey
Republic Bank & Trust Co.
Stifel Financial Corp.
Please visit www.glmsfoundation.org and click on 2015 GOLF
TOURNAMENT for the brochure and to see the interview with Dr.
Linda Gleis and view photos of last year’s event. For more information, please contact Dr. David Watkins, Dr. Linda Gleis or Terry
Todd, Foundation Director at 502-736-6356 or [email protected].
DANIEL JACKSON, MD, SELECTED FOR
GLMS Member and U of L Psychiatry
Resident Daniel Jackson, MD, has been
selected for the prestigious Jeanne Spurlock, MD, Congressional Fellowship. This
fellowship provided by the American Psychiatric Association, gives developing
psychiatrists the opportunity to pursue
their profession on Capitol Hill and work
with policy makers at the forefront of
Dr. Jackson will take part in the 10-month
GLMS NEWS JUNE 2015
program in Washington, D.C. beginning in September 2015 and
lasting until June 2016. While there, he will be introduced to the
structure and development of federal and congressional health
policy procedures with a focus on mental health issues affecting
minorities and underserved populations including children. The
fellowship began in 2002 in honor of the late Jeanne Spurlock,
MD, a staunch advocate for children and minorities who served as
Deputy Medical Director for the American Psychiatric Association’s
Office of Minority/National Affairs. Dr. Jackson is the first recipient
of the fellowship from Kentucky and an active member of the GLMS
Policy & Advocacy Team.