OHFAMA Annual Business Meeting

November 19, 2022
Embassy Suites - Columbus Airport

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The OHFAMA Annual Business Meeting will take place Saturday, November 19 at 2:30 p.m. in Columbus.

All OHFAMA members are invited to participate in the Annual Business Meeting. Make plans today to attend the meeting to:

  • Learn about issues impacting podiatry
  • Shape the future of your association
  • Network with colleagues from around the state

Schedule and Meeting Agenda - will be posted fall 2022

Date: Saturday, November 19

Time: 2:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Location: Embassy Suites Columbus - Airport

For more information, please contact OHFAMA Executive Director Mike Mathy

Proposed Resolutions and Propositions

2021 Annual Business Meeting Materials

Wound Care Seminar - Save the DATE

Prior to the Annual Business Meeting, join us for the inaugural Wound Care Seminar, presented by the Ohio Foot and Ankle Medical Foundation.

The seminar, which offers 6 Ohio Category 1 CME Credits, and will feature the latest trends and innovations in Wound Care from leaders in the field. Please follow this link for seminar details.

Date: Saturday, November 19

Time: 7:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

Location: Embassy Suites Columbus - Airport

For more information, please contact OFAMF Executive Director Luci Ridolfo.

Hotel Information

The Embassy Suites Hotel is open and following all Responsible Restart Ohio guidelines. The property is also following the Hilton CleanStay Guest Experience.

To reserve a room under the OHFAMA room block please call (866) 318-9780 and use the group code: WCS or click here to book online

For directions and any other information please click here to visit their website

Please follow this link for a the current OHFAMA Bylaws as of 11-14-20

APMA Code of Ethics - click here

Important Information for Delegates

Resolution Consideration

All resolutions must be submitted to Mike Mathy, CAE, Executive Director (mmathy@ohfama.org) prior to September 19, 2022 per OHFAMA bylaws (60 days notice).

A financial impact form for each resolution must accompany the resolution.

Emergency resolutions may be considered by the House of Delegates after the deadline has passed for resolutions, provided they meet ALL of the following criteria:

  • The resolution is of an urgent matter and addresses an issue whose urgency has come to light after the submission deadline has passed.
  • Clear evidence exists to support the argument that the urgency and information pertaining to the matter came to light after the deadline.
  • Demonstrate that the association and /or professional may experience irreparable harm if the matter is not considered during the current session of the House of Delegates.
  • Complete supporting documentation is provided by the sponsor.
  • Sufficient information is available and time provided for a financial analysis to be reviewed and completed.
  • The resolution has been received no later than 24 hours before the close of the House.
  • The Reference Committee has accepted the resolution as meeting the criteria for emergency status.

Resolutions that do not meet the above criteria shall be referred to a subsequent meeting of the House of Delegates.