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AOMA Mission Statement

The mission of the Arizona Osteopathic Medical Association is to promote the osteopathic medical profession, serve our members, provide osteopathic continuing medical education, and advocate for access to healthcare.

AOMA has 900 members – active, retired, associates, interns and residents. AOMA is an AOA Continuing Medical Education sponsor that offers more than 50 hours of category 1-A CME credits per year at the Fall Seminar and the Annual Convention.

AOMA Purpose

Arizona Osteopathic Medical Association, Representing Arizona D.O.’s for Eighty Years

The purpose of this Association “shall be to promote the Osteopathic Medical Profession to its members and to the public, and to support access to high-quality, cost effective healthcare for all Arizona.”

The Arizona Osteopathic Medical Association (AOMA) represents and speaks for the osteopathic profession in Arizona and is your voice in the legislature.

Our public relations program presents the story of osteopathic medicine to the people of Arizona. By communicating with government officials and consumers, we create a better understanding of our profession and improve the professional climate in which we all must practice.

Working together through committees, we form a network of voluntary efforts in all phases of health care.

Joining together through committees, we represent an expanse of knowledge and ideas as broad as those of our combined membership and as diversified as the many specialties we represent.

Services And Benefits

AOMA membership doesn’t cost - - it pays!!

The AOMA is a vital, working state association with administrative and elected officers, committee chairpersons, and committee members actively working on a broad scope of professional and public affairs. The Association is a positive force that serves to promote and protect the profession.

The AOMA staff is dedicated to serving the needs of our membership. The Executive Office in Phoenix handles administrative, financial and membership details and makes every effort to assist members with requests for information and services. The AOMA effectively represents the osteopathic profession before the legislature and other governmental agencies. Information on these matters is available through the Executive Office.

Professional development is provided with continuing medical education at the AOMA Annual Convention and Fall Seminar, with topics covering a broad spectrum of medical knowledge presented by the most qualified physicians. AOMA provides approximately 50 hours of 1-A CME credit each year.

The AOMA works as a liaison between sponsoring groups and the AOA and the Arizona Board of Osteopathic Examiners in securing approval for continuing medical education credits and recording individual credits.

The AOMA represents its members on matters of reimbursement by health insurance carriers and federal intermediaries, maintaining a constant liaison to ensure equity for, and full recognition of, osteopathic medicine.

The Executive Office offers a physician referral service for the public.

The AOMA Career Center offers a new approach to finding local positions such as: Physicians, Healthcare Professionals and Medical Office Staff.

AOMA endorses Preferred Providers such as IBA for disability insurance at a 15% discounted rate to members.  Additional services include the MBNA Credit Card Partnership and the "Business Partners" program. The Business Advantage program includes a myriad of services and providers for physicians and their offices. These services include car rental; credit card processing; accounting; insurance billing and much more.

The AOMA Digest is circulated two times a year to provide members and the healthcare community with information on matters of general interest and trends in the profession, reports on legislative matters, announcements of meetings, and reports on new rules and regulations governing the practice of osteopathic medicine in Arizona.

The AOMA Membership Directory is a comprehensive membership guide and listing that provides helpful information.

The AOMA Website offers educational information to the public, a members only section that provides urgent medical updates, legislative information, CME information, reports on new updated regulations and shopping on line with discounted office products and important osteopathic links.

Arizona Osteopathic Medical Association
5150 N.16th St., Ste. A-122
Phoenix, AZ 85016
Phone: (602) 266-6699 | Fax: (602) 266-1393
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