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We are pleased to introduce our award winning, complimentary risk solutions magazine, Brink. You should have received a hard copy of Brink in the mail; it was mailed to Arkansas Mutual insurance clients and agents this week. Brink is provided by our parent company, Constellation. If you did not receive a copy, and wish to, please contact the editor at Jane.Rodriguez@ConstellationMutual.com. Otherwise, click to see an online version here.
Included in this issue is a reader satisfaction survey. We’d love to hear your thoughts about Brink. To take the survey, fill out the business reply card found in your copy of the magazine, or visit MMICgroup.com/brinksurvey.
Partnership will broaden Arkansas Mutual’s access to capital, products and services
Little Rock — May 7, 2015 —Arkansas Mutual Insurance Company announced today that it will be joining Constellation, a mutual holding company, and its family of companies. Arkansas Mutual is a provider of medical professional liability insurance for physicians, located in Little Rock; it will be the third Constellation member company, joining MMIC and UMIA. The terms of the transaction were not disclosed.
Sarah Franklin of Gurdon, Ark., has been named the first recipient of the Arkansas Mutual Medical Student Award, a scholarship for third-year medical students at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS) who want to practice primary care in rural Arkansas.
The $10,000 scholarship was funded by Arkansas Mutual Insurance Co. in partnership with UAMS College of Medicine to encourage more medical students to enter primary care fields such as family practice and general internal medicine and to practice in rural Arkansas where access to physicians is limited.