Empowering Lives, One Awareness at a Time
Join ATLMed in Observing Sickle Cell Awareness Month
At ATLMed, we are committed to making a difference. Sickle Cell Awareness is not just a campaign for us; it’s one of our core initiatives. This September, come together with us to illuminate today’s hurdles that individuals living with sickle cell disease encounter and discover ways to endorse and bolster this initiative within your clinic. .
Dr. Lenora Bullock
“Under my leadership, ATLMed will intensify its efforts to bridge these gaps and dismantle the barriers hindering progress. We will champion initiatives to address population health, HIV awareness, limb salvage, sickle cell awareness, maternal -fetal health, and the obesity epidemic…”about the president '23-24 Executive Board
Atlanta Medical Association has implemented a medical school mentorship program that builds a community atmosphere to support their students.
Improving health literacy through innovative educational approaches
established in 1890
Since 1890 our mission has been to make healthcare universally accessible and attainable for all. We empower underrepresented minority communities to achieve health equity by mentoring the pipeline of future minority physicians, and by serving as vocal advocates for our network of members and patientsknow the history
Community, Collaboration, and Charity
Since I’ve been a member, I’ve met a number of outstanding physicians with a very warm collaborative and inviting spirit.
-Dr. John Lipman, Atlanta Fibroid Center
Your membership is an investment
Your active membership with the Atlanta Medical Association, Inc. is a smart investment for you and your patients.