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“OSMA is working diligently behind the scenes—making sure our
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~ Jeffrey Leipzig, MD



Ohio State Medical Association (OSMA) is the first and largest physician-led organization in Ohio. We proactively and persistently advocate for effective healthcare policy outcomes, provide professional development opportunities for physicians, and promote useful resources that advance patient care and the medical profession. Established in 1846, the OSMA is the leading voice of physicians, residents and medical students in Ohio.

“I have professionally benefited from OSMA membership through mentorship, networking, discounts on loan refinancing and access to products and services that improve my practice's performance and profitability.”

~ John Corker, MD


Latest News


Governor Signs COVID-19 Immunity Legislation into Law

September 16, 2020 – On Monday, September 14, Ohio Governor Mike DeWine signed legislation into law which will expand civil immunity for health care and service providers during the COVID-19 pandemic.


Highlights from State Medical Board's September 9th Meeting

September 15, 2020 – From telehealth legislation and regulatory discussions to sexual misconduct education efforts and physician mental health concerns, here's a recap of the recent State Medical Board of Ohio's meeting.


Sharing Concerns about the Pandemic's Impact on Physician Well-Being in Ohio

September 10, 2020 – Physician well-being has been a significant concern over the past several years, and the COVID-19 pandemic has now created many additional challenges. In response, several medical associations in Ohio came together to ask the State Medical Board of Ohio (SMBO) to take action to support its licensees.


Provide Your Comments on How Medicare Measures Quality of Care

September 9, 2020 – CMS is seeking comments from physician practices on these proposed rules. Comments are due no later than 5 p.m. EDT, on Monday, October 5. This is your chance to provide feedback on how quality will be measured in the future.

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