ALLIANCE BROCHURE: How to Join!
COUNTY MEDICAL SOCIETY ALLIANCES
(Dues vary upon county)
The purpose of county medical alliances is to promote friendly relations and understanding among physicians and their families; to assist the Oklahoma State Medical Association in their programs for the advancement of medicine and health education; and to coordinate and implement the activities of the State and National Alliances. Membership in the AMA Alliance is optional, but members are encouraged to belong to county, state and national Alliances.
The following five counties currently have Alliances.
Cleveland McClain County
Physician spouses who reside in counties other than those listed above, may join the OSMA and AMA Alliances as a Member-At-Large. For additional information on membership, contact Kathy Musson, OSMAA Executive Director at (405) 601-9571 or (800) 522-9452.
OKLAHOMA STATE MEDICAL ASSOCIATION ALLIANCE
The OSMA Alliance works in partnership with the Oklahoma State Medical Association (OSMA) and the AMA Alliance to develop, implement and support educational programs to improve the public health; educate about legislative issues that impact the practice of medicine; serve as a resource for county Alliance; and provide support for the medical family.
Alliance membership makes a difference in the lives of physician spouses and the lives of others in their community.
For additional information on membership, contact Kathy Musson, OSMAA Executive Director at (405) 601-9571 or (800) 522-9452
AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION ALLIANCE
The mission of the AMA Alliance is to partner with physicians to promote the good health of America and support the family of medicine. The AMA Alliance members are men and women who care about improving the health and safety of their communities.
The AMA Alliance includes:
• A Nationwide Support Network
• Advocacy for Health Initiatives
• Resources for States and Counties
• Leadership Development Training
• Fundraising for Medical Scholarships
The AMA Alliance specifically addresses concerns and problems unique to the medical family. There is strength in numbers - join us as we work together toward building a healthier America.
Check out our web site at www.amaalliance.org