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2015 CMKI Hand-On Award Dinner

Posted by on Apr 14, 2015 in CMKI in the News, In the News | 0 comments

The CMKI would like to thank everyone who attended and supported our 2015 Hands-On Award Dinner, honoring Kosair...

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2015 CMKI Hands On Award Dinner Press Release

Posted by on Mar 27, 2015 in For the Press & Media, Press Releases | 0 comments

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2015 CMKI Hand-On Award Dinner

Posted by on Feb 3, 2015 in CMKI in the News | 0 comments

Download (PDF, 1.79MB) Gold Level Sponsor – $10,000 Invitation to attend private reception with CMKI Founders and Board Members Twenty tickets to the Dinner (prime location) with company name prominently displayed Logo recognition on Dinner invitation and email flyers Company logo on CMKI’s website, with direct link to your site Logo recognition on video screen during the Dinner Half-page copy block/advertisement in Dinner program Recognition in CMKI’s E-newsletter Your name and/or logo in all media announcements and in all advertisements First right of refusal for Gold Sponsorship...

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The Robert Acland Fresh Tissue Lab

Posted by on Feb 3, 2015 in CMKI in the News | 0 comments

The Fresh Tissue Lab, which Dr. Acland founded 34 years ago, was re-named in his honor! A beautiful brass plaque was unveiled at a special ceremony by Dr. Bill Guido, chair of the Department of Anatomical Sciences at the University of Louisville.  

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The Robert Acland Fresh Tissue Lab

Posted by on Jan 30, 2015 in In the News | 0 comments

The Fresh Tissue Lab, founded by Dr. Acland 34 years ago, was renamed the Robert Acland Fresh Tissue Lab in honor of his contributions.  A beautiful brass plaque was unveiled at a ceremony by Dr. Bill Guido, chair of the Department of Anatomical Sciences at the University of Louisville.  

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Harold E. Kleinert, In Memoriam

Posted by on Sep 29, 2014 in CMKI in the News | 0 comments

Today, we remember Harold E. Kleinert and the remarkable, memorable stories of his life, from his birth on a Montana homestead ranch to his arrival as a young surgeon in Kentucky to becoming an admired and world renown hand surgeon. His hard work, long days and late nights were legendary. His quest for proper, speedy and efficient treatment of hand injuries and medical conditions changed the outcome for so many patients who received his deliberate and unhurried focus no matter their wealth or class. The Christine M. Kleinert Fellowship (which became the CMKI) became a premier hand surgery...

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