Kentucky Medical Association has presented the following awards:
■ Appalachian community health activist Eula Hall, 87, of Floyd County, the Debra K. Best Outstanding Layperson Award. Hall founded the Mud Creek Clinic in rural Floyd County in 1973.
■ Dr. Linda H. Gleis of Louisville, secretary-treasurer of the KMA Board of Trustees, the Distinguished Service Award. Since 1945, the Distinguished Service Award has been presented to a Kentucky physician who has made outstanding contributions to organized medicine and individual medical service.
■ Dr. Monica Ann Shaw of Louisville, senior associate dean for the University of Louisville School of Medicine, Educational Achievement Award. The award is presented to individuals who have made outstanding contributions and achievements in the area of continuing medical education.
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The Kentucky Veterinary Medical Association has presented the following awards:
■ Dr. Barbara Schmidt, Bridlewood Farm, has received the 2015 Distinguished Service award.
■ Dr. Aaron Goodpaster, The Animal Clinic, Lawrenceburg, has received the 2015 Veterinarian of the Year award.
Compiled by Dorothea Wingo