Time is running out to register for DO Day on Capitol Hill 2015. Registration closes, Thursday, February 5. For more details and to register on line visit the AOA Washington Office web site.
The headquarters hotel for this year's DO Day is the Omni Shoreham Hotel in Washington, DC. Participants are briefed on issues prior to visiting their elected representatives and senators. This yesr's event has been approved for 1.5 AOA Category 1-A CME credits by the American Osteopathic Information Association (AOIA).
The Ohio Osteopathic Association will again be sponsoring a bus for OU-HCOM students. The bus will depart from the new Dublin campus and then make a stop to pick up students in Athens. OU-HCOM is sponsoring a reception for Ohio's Congressional Delegation and Ohio participants, March 4, the evening before Hill visits.
Have you made your 2015 donation for the Ohio Osteopathic Political Action Committee District Challenge? Contributions in any amount are vital to make sure our collective voice is heard. Contributors and District winners will be recognized during the 2015 Ohio Osteopathic Association House of Delegates, April 24 and 25. To make a secure on-line donation click here.
The AOA Grassroots Advocacy Link (GOAL) is designed to help OOA members communicate with Ohio's Congressional Delegation in Washington D.C. via email or fax. Get linked to your Member of Congress and U.S. Senator by clicking here.
Contact Your Lawmakers at the Ohio Statehouse
Get linked to your State Representative and/or State Senator here to send a personalized e-mail or make a telephone call in response to an OOA Legislative Alert:
- If you know your State Senator's name, click here.
- If you know your State Representative's name, click here.
- If you don't know your state legislators' names, click here and enter your home zip code plus four to get contact information.
Sign Up To Be A Key Contact
The OOA Key Contacts Program complements staff efforts in Columbus. Key Contacts agree to maintain on-going communication with their state representative and senator. They are provided with tools and sample letters to help explain how proposed legislation will affect physicians and their patients.