Ontario Medical Association

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Ontario Medical Association
OMA Logo.jpg
Abbreviation OMA
Motto Dedicated to Doctors. Committed to Patients.
Formation 1880
Type Professional Association
Headquarters Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Membership More than 39,000 [1]
Official language
English
President
Dr. Ved Tandan [2]
Key people
Ron Sapsford, CEO
Website

www.oma.org

www.ontariosdoctors.com

The Ontario Medical Association (OMA) represents the political, clinical and economic interests of the province's medical profession. Practicing physicians, residents, and students enrolled in any of the six Ontario faculties of medicine are eligible for OMA membership.

History[edit]

Organizational Structure[edit]

The Student Section of the Ontario Medical Association[edit]

Publications[edit]

The Ontario Medical Review[edit]

The OMR is the flagship publication of the OMA and acts as a vital conduit for disseminating and promoting information regarding all OMA programs and services, as well as any unique and/or ongoing activities undertaken on half of Ontario physicians and patients. Published 11 times a year, the OMR provides in-depth coverage of the issues and developments that affect the practice of medicine in Ontario, including legislative affairs, health-care policy, professional issues, health technology, business and finance, and practice management.

Scrub-In Magazine[edit]

See also[edit]

Ontario Medical Schools[edit]

References[edit]

Ontario Medical Association - Physician Spotlight

External links[edit]