KMA Lobbyist Bill Doll Retires After More Than 40 Years

KMA extends its best wishes to lobbyist Bill Doll, who is retiring after more than 40 years representing the Association.

Doll began representing KMA shortly after his graduation from the University of Kentucky School of Law in 1975. Throughout his career, Doll was recognized as an expert on Kentucky health care law and played a major role in writing it. His vast network of contacts, which included physician leaders within KMA, assisted greatly with KMA’s lobbying activities.

KMA honored Doll in 2012 with its Outstanding Layperson Award, given each year to a non-physician for outstanding accomplishment in the field of public health or medical care.