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There has never been a more important time to be a member of the Los Angeles County Medical Association (LACMA) and California Medical Association (CMA). LACMA and CMA work to support your profession, your practice, and your patients. When you join LACMA and CMA, you join a dedicated network of over 6,000 Los Angeles County physicians and over 40,000 California physicians who are working together to achieve a unified healthcare front and fight against unfair insurer reimbursement practices, restrictions on physician autonomy and the erosion of valuable legislation that protects physicians’ practices.
Now more than ever, we must stand together. A unified front among physicians in all specialties, modes of practice, and geographies is what makes LACMA and CMA physician members so influential on a local, state, and federal level. LACMA and CMA can help enhance your practice, improve your bottom line and protect your autonomy as a physician. If you have any questions or need help during the application process, our Member Services Department is at your service. Please contact us at (213) 226-0393, or email@example.com. If you need more immediate assistance with CMA membership or benefits, please call (800) 786-4262.
“I joined LACMA many years ago for many reasons: advocacy, prestige, chance to meet physicians and promote my practice, scientific and financial advice, and community service. These activities have multiplied over the years and LACMA’s service has increased over the years. And to be part of the ‘House of Medicine.’
“I initially joined because I had to. Over time, I became more active as saw the great benefit for physicians of advocacy and of standing together in the face of increasing challenges to our practice of medicine for the benefit of our patients. I ultimately became the President of the F District.
“I joined LACMA when I first started in my practice 30 years ago in order to benefit from networking opportunities and to participate with my medical colleagues in bettering my hospital medical staff and community. LACMA enabled me to meet older physicians practicing nearby dealing with issues of common interest. 30 years later I continue to benefit from the advocacy efforts of LACMA and CMA protecting my practice and my patients from overzealous governmental regulation.”