Family Physicians Present Legislative Achievement Award to Fairmont Lawmaker
Monday, October 22, 2012
St. Louis Park, MN — Senator Julie Rosen received top honors from the Minnesota Academy of Family Physicians (MAFP) for her successes in the legislature.
The Academy presented State Senator Julie Rosen, Fairmont, with the 2012 Legislative Achievement Award at her office on October 12. The award was presented in recognition of her continued work in support of family physicians, especially in rural areas, and to ensure that the Provider Peer Grouping Program becomes a useful tool for physicians, hospitals, and patients in improving health care. MAFP President Julie Anderson, M.D., said that "Minnesota is fortunate to have legislators like Sen. Rosen who are willing and able to tackle the complexities of the health care system and lead the charge for change.”
The Legislative Achievement Award is given to state or federal legislators from Minnesota in recognition of a specific action that has benefited patients of family medicine.
Sen. Rosen is pictured with MAFP Legislative Committee Chair, Philip Stoyke, M.D., Executive Vice President, Virginia Barzan, and Legislative Representative, Dave Renner.
The Minnesota Academy of Family Physicians is a professional association of approximately 3,000 family physicians, family medicine residents and medical students organized to assist family physicians in providing quality medical care in Minnesota. The MAFP is the largest medical specialty organization in Minnesota and is a state chapter of the American Academy of Family Physicians, one of the largest national medical organizations in the United States with more than 103,000 members.