AMCNO President Presents “Welcome to the Profession” Remarks to Graduating Medical Students

AMCNO President Dr. Robert Hobbs spoke at this year’s Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine commencement awards ceremony on behalf of the AMCNO.

The ceremony was held on Saturday, May 14, and included remarks by Dr. Hobbs to the students about the importance of becoming involved in the community and as a part of organized medicine. His speech offered words of encouragement, and he congratulated the students on their achievement. As part of the ceremony, Dr. Hobbs was honored to present the Academy of Medicine Education Foundation (AMEF) award to a graduating student who has shown outstanding commitment to the Cleveland and Northern Ohio communities, is a strong advocate for all patients and promotes the practice of the highest quality of medicine. This year’s AMEF award recipient was Jonathan Thomas.

Dr. Hobbs also participated in the procession onto the stage at the commencement ceremony the following day at Severance Hall.

To view photos from the awards ceremony, click here.

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