An Important Message from your MOA President
David Scaccia, DO, MPH--March 27, 2020
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How are YOU Doing?
As Osteopathic Healthcare professionals, residents, students and support, our members are vital to the front lines of the COVID-19 Pandemic.
Please tell us how COVID-19 is directly impacting how you practice, teach, study and even how its impacting you personally. As believers in the balance of the body, it is important we band together to ensure we can all find the balance amidst the chaos.
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Share Your Story With Us Here.
More to Come- We are working on an online community forum for members to easily communicate with each other. Stay tuned!
Stay Up to Date, Check our Resource Page
The MOA Has Created a COVID-19 Resource Page for Physicians on our website www.mainedo.org, which is updated daily. Please bookmark it and check for updates and new information. We will continue to send periodic updates via email.
The MOA is seeking nominations for our annual awards!
Below is the breakdown of our different awards, you can use our online Nomination Form to nominate a colleague. We hope you will be attendance as we honor our peers for their dedication and achievements!
- MOA Distinguished Service Award - This is the highest honor that the MOA can bestow upon an individual. This award is presented to a D.O. who has made an immediate significant contribution to the osteopathic profession through a major endeavor for the good of the profession and society and has made a major impact on the osteopathic profession and society over the course of his/her career.1)
- Louis Hanson, D.O. Physician of the Year - This award is given to a D.O. who has demonstrated a high quality of practice, a compassionate interest in patients and a commitment to his or her community. Community is defined broadly to include activities at the local, state or national level and involvement in osteopathic institutions (i.e.: college, hospital, MOA, etc.)
- MOA Young Physician of the Year - This award is given to a D.O. who has been in practice for at least one full year and not more than five years. The award is given to a physician who has already demonstrated involvement as a practitioner and member of his or her community and who also demonstrated the potential to become a major force in osteopathic medicine in the future.
- Roswell P. Bates, D.O., Public Service Award - This award is given for outstanding achievement in public health, political or community service that enhances and demonstrates the Osteopathic Profession’s commitment to service above and beyond that of direct patient care.
- The Sandra Featherman, PhD, Osteopathic Champion Award – (Previously the MOA Board Award)- This award is one that honors an osteopathic physician and/or friend of the osteopathic profession who has made a recent outstanding and significant contribution to the osteopathic profession in Maine