AMA connects with Miami physicians
NEWS IN BRIEF — Posted March 7, 2005
About 30 American Medical Association members asked questions and shared their thoughts with AMA leadership in Miami for the first Member Connect Roundtable of 2005. Medical students, practicing physicians and retired doctors gathered at South Miami Hospital to exchange ideas about AMA priorities.
AMA President John C. Nelson, MD, MPH; AMA Trustee John H. Armstrong, MD; AMA Executive Vice President Michael D. Maves, MD; and AMA Vice President of Legislative Affairs Ross Rubin met with the doctors. Another 14 Roundtables are scheduled this year, including stops in Boston, Chicago, Cleveland, Houston, Riverside/San Bernardino, Calif., and Seattle. For information go online (link).
Note: This item originally appeared at http://www.ama-assn.org/amednews/2005/03/07/prbf0307.htm.