Arkansas Mutual Insurance Donates to Impaired Physician Fund

Author: Arkansas Mutual Insurance Company
Dateline: Little Rock, Arkansas (LITTLE ROCK, Ark.)  | Mon, 11 Feb 2013

freeNewsArticles Story Summary: “The Arkansas Mutual Insurance Company, a medical malpractice insurance carrier for Arkansas physicians, recently donated $15,000 to the Impaired Physician Program administered by the Arkansas Medical Foundation. This is the third annual donation by Arkansas Mutual Insurance Company to this critical support program for physicians in Arkansas.”



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The Arkansas Mutual Insurance Company, a medical malpractice insurance carrier for Arkansas physicians, recently donated $15,000 to the Impaired Physician Program administered by the Arkansas Medical Foundation. This is the third annual donation by Arkansas Mutual Insurance Company to this critical support program for physicians in Arkansas.

"We are pleased once again to be able to provide financial support to the Arkansas Medical Foundation to assist them in continuing this vital public service. Our mission as a company is to support Arkansas physicians by protecting their practice and this effort is an extension of our dedication to Arkansas physicians," said Corey Little, President and CEO of Arkansas Mutual Insurance company. "This is the third year that we have donated to the fund and we see this donation as a critical piece of our corporate responsibility to the medical community."

The Arkansas Medical Foundation was formed in 1983 to provide confidential treatment and follow-up monitoring for physicians struggling with impairment, and to promote public health and safety by insuring the continued availability of skilled and highly trained medical professionals for the benefit of the public.

"The Arkansas Medical Foundation is appreciative of Arkansas Mutual Insurance Company for its thoughtful and generous contribution to the cause of the Foundation to maintain the health and safety of all healthcare providers. With this program a cascade of events occurs that benefits all of Arkansas. The beneficiaries are often the providers, the families, the hospitals, the insurers, and most importantly the public. With the help of our supporters like Arkansas Mutual, these positive events will continue," said Dr. Larry Lawson, Executive Director of the Arkansas Medical Foundation.

Arkansas Mutual Insurance Company provides stable, long-term professional liability insurance to enhance the strength of the medical community. Arkansas Mutual Insurance Company is the only physician-owned medical malpractice insurance company based in Arkansas serving only Arkansas doctors.

For more information, visit: http://www.arkansasmutual.com/ .

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