The Lexington Medical Society presents two awards each year to recognize distinguished service in support of our community: The Jack Trevey Award for Community Service and the Carolyn Kurz Lay Person Award. Nominations are solicited from members of the Society and from the community at-large. The Awards Committee reviews the nominees and selects the recipient(s).
For questions about the LMS Awards program, contact Christopher Hickey, at (859) 278-0569.
The Jack Trevey Award for Community Service
This award recognizes an LMS member who performs outstanding service to the community by direct involvement in the community beyond his or her role as a physician. Such individuals might include physician volunteers in community programs, physicians serving on school boards or involved in local or state government.
This award is given annually only if an outstanding individual is recognized. The award will include a suitable gift and be presented at an appropriate meeting of the Society.
The Carolyn Kurz Lay Person Award for Distinguished Service
This award recognizes individuals other than physicians who reside or work in Fayette County who perform distinguished service in the area of medical science, medical education, medical care or other areas which directly impacts on the health and well-being of Fayette County citizens.
Such individuals might include persons who by reason of their profession, such as law enforcement, county government, persons working in TV or newspapers, educators or corporate management, are able to make a substantial impact on the local community, but will also include individuals who are able to make a significant impact as a volunteer.
This award is given annually only if an outstanding individual is identified. The award will include a suitable gift and will be presented at an appropriate meeting of the Society.
For questions about the LMS Awards Program contact Cindy Madison, (859) 278-0569.