Annual Physicians' Seminar Focuses on Spirituality
NORTH CANTON, OHIO – The 29th Loyola Physicians’ Seminar will host its annual program for physicians, their spouses, and pastoral care associates, which focuses on patient care and spirituality on Saturday, Jan. 24 at Walsh University’s Barrett Business Center, located at 2020 East Maple St., North Canton. Breakfast and registration begins at 8:15 a.m., and the seminar concludes with a dinner at 6:45 p.m.
Guest speaker Keith F. Muccino, S.J., M.D., assistant dean for education at Loyola University Chicago, Stretch School of Medicine, will discuss themes such as improving the physician-patient relationship, dealing with life transitions, and growing in spiritual freedom in his presentation titled “New and Everlasting Covenant.” A practicing internist and medical educator, Fr. Muccino’s love for retreat work has been a lifelong passion. He directs retreats for parish and professional groups, who are seeking to connect God to the busy pace and challenges that are a part of every day contemporary life.
The cost of the seminar is $140 for physicians and $90 for spouses. CMEs are available. For more information or to sign up, call Mercy Medical Center at 330-489-1409.
This program is sponsored by the Dr. Joseph W. & Mary C. Kolp Education Foundation, Inc., in association with Mercy Medical Center and Walsh University.
About Mercy Medical Center
Mercy Medical Center, a nonprofit corporation of the Sisters of Charity Health System and University Hospitals Health System, operates a 476-bed hospital serving Stark, Carroll, Wayne, Holmes and Tuscarawas Counties and parts of Southeastern Ohio. It has 550 physicians on its Medical Staff and employs 2,500 people. Mercy operates outpatient health centers in Carrollton, Jackson Township, Lake Township, Louisville, North Canton and Plain Township. A Catholic hospital, Mercy Medical Center upholds the mission and philosophy of the Sisters of Charity of St. Augustine and continues to be responsive to the needs of the community, including the provision of care to all, regardless of their ability to pay. For more information, see www.cantonmercy.com.