You are Cordially Invited to the Polish-American Medical Society’s March Quarterly Meeting & Educational Event, hosted by Wealth Planning Network. Please email: INFO@WPN360.com to RSVP by March 19th.
Sunday March 22nd at Roy’s Restaurant
3:00PM – Registration
3:30PM – Meeting opening by president Dr. Kornelia Król
3:40PM – Lecture: “ADDRESSING THE MAJOR FINANCIAL CONCERNS FOR PHYSICIANS” by Michael Jankowski and Larry Gatz, Wealth Planning Network
4:30PM – Summary of the 65th Physicians’ Ball by treasurer Dr. Adam Cios and President Dr. Kornelia Król
4:45PM – 2015 PAMS Events Calendar
5:15 – Open discussion with appetizers, salad, dinner and desert
“ADDRESSING THE MAJOR FINANCIAL CONCERNS FOR PHYSICIANS”
- TAX MINIMIZATION: Your IRAS represent your highest taxable assets (up to 70% income and estate taxes). Learn how to effectively structure your retirement accounts to save you and your heirs from paying unnecessary taxes.
- ASSET PROTECTION: Learn how family limited partnerships, LLCS, and children’s trusts can protect you and your family from malpractice, lawsuits, and divorce.
- CHARITABLE GIVING: Learn how charitable trusts and private family foundations can substantially reduce your current income taxes by up to 50% and avoid estate taxes, all while leaving a legacy to your favorite charities.
- MARKET VOLATILITY: Learn about the different investment options available, and about safe money options that provide upside potential while protecting your principal.
This educational event will be presented by Michael Jankowski and Larry Gatz of Wealth Planning Network. Michael and Larry have been named as “Top Financial Advisers for Doctors” by medical economics magazine, and are distinguished presenters and contributors to several local and national publications.
Wealth Planning Network is Chicago Magazine’s Five Star award winning firm, specializing in helping physicians meet their retirement objectives and maximize their estate planning goals.
PHONE: (708) 481-4000 EMAIL: INFO@WPN360.COM
PLEASE Email: INFO@WPN360.COM to RSVP by March 19th
On November 16th, PAMS met at Shaw’s Crab House for a general meeting. The meeting was sponsored by Medtronic Neuromodulation with representative Mr. Steve Willuweit in attendance. The meeting began with Dr. Lukas Chebes giving an informative presentation titled “Spinal cord stimulation: Percutaneous trial to permanent implantation”.
Dr. Kornelia Król summarized the activities organized by members of the board over the past year-and-a-half. She also reiterated our constant concern over the future of American students choosing to study medicine in Poland. As usual, this topic initiated an active exchange of opinions between the members. We are determined to gather accurate and sound information for students planning to study in Poland and later return to the US for postgraduate education.
Next, Dr. Adam Cios (Treasurer) presented the status of our back accounts. Out of 800 physicians on our mailing list, only 80 pay yearly dues. This is not enough to sustain our organization. We hope that more Polish American physicians will join us so we can further pursue our mission of educating young physicians and supporting multiple charitable events. Our next event is the 65th Polish Physicians Bal, which will take place on January 31st, 2015 at The Ritz-Carlton in Chicago. You can purchase a ticket on our website.
After a delicious dinner, Dr. Orawiec invited all of our members to a skiing competition in Wilmot Mountain Wisconsin, as well as a trip to the Swiss Alps. Dr. Rudnicki also proposed we consider participating in the Kongres Polonii Medycznej Świata, which will take place in Wilno, Poland in September, 2015.
The time was spent productively and in good company. We gratefully and sincerely thank Dr. Chebes for organizing this meeting. We are proud of the youngest member of our board.
Written by Evelina Worwag, M.D.
On September 7th, 2014, a third quarterly meeting of the Polish American Medical Society took place at Embeya restaurant in Chicago. 26 members participated. The event, sponsored by Synageva Biopharma Corp., was organized by the members of the Society and chaired by PAMS President, Dr. Kornelia Krol.
After welcoming notes, Dr. Krol introduced all invited guests and two new members:
* Dr. Piotr Witkowski, MD, PhD, Assistant Professor of Surgery, Director, Pancreatic and Islet Transplant Program, The University of Chicago.
* Dr. Agnes Hartuk
Also present were past presidents of PMA, Dr. A. Szpindor, Dr. J. Mazurek, Dr. M. Gawrysz, as well as a visiting from Poland, Dr. Jerzy Piwkowski.
Dr. Krol presented some of the more significant events which took place over the past 3 months:
* “Lives in Medicine” Conference, organized by Society for Polish-American Pre-Health Professionals. During the conference, members of PAMS talked about various aspects of practicing medicine in US. Especially popular was a discussion directed towards young people attending medical schools in Poland.
* XIX Family Picnic in Lake Villa, IL.
* Quarterly meeting November 16,2014. A new sponsor will be discussed.
* Urology Fellowship at the University of Chicago. A doctor from Poland will be able to study and research the most advanced techniques and procedures. Dr. Radwanska and Dr. Krol represents PAMS in discussions with UofC.
* 65th Physicians Ball – January 31, 2015 Ritz-Carlton, Chicago
Dr. Krol introduced guest speaker, Dr. Ruba K. Azzam, MD, Associate Professor of Pediatrics, Director of Pediatric Hepatology, Medical Director, Pediatric Liver Transplant Program, The University of Chicago. Dr. Azzam presented a lecture on “Fatty Liver in Children – Not All is NASH”. The 45-minute presentation and following discussion were well worth the trip downtown.
The official part of the meeting was followed by dinner, full of ensuing discussions about the role of the PAMS, incoming Ball, and meetings with young Polish students interested in studying medical sciences.
Kornelia Krol, M.D.