• Celebrating Nursing Week

    Toronto, ON, May 12, 2015 – This week is National Nursing Week and on behalf of Ontario’s doctors I want to recognize nurses and nursing students for their hard work, compassion, leadership and dedication to patient care.

  • Ontario Doctors Inducted into The Canadian Medical Hall of Fame

    Toronto, ON May 6, 2015– The Ontario Medical Association congratulates two of its members on their induction into The Canadian Medical Hall of Fame.

  • New OMA President brings wealth of experience to role

    Toronto, ON, May 3, 2015 – Dr. Mike Toth brings with him a wealth of expertise as he steps forward to lead Ontario’s 28,000 doctors

  • Does your Doc Rock? Say thanks to your Doctor Today

    Toronto, ON, May 1, 2015 – Every day, more than 320,000 patients across Ontario are treated and cared for by a doctor. Whether it’s in a hospital, a long-term care home, a clinic or at home, Ontario’s doctors are making a positive difference in the lives of patients by providing high-quality care when it’s needed most.

  • Health care system in crisis, says OMA President

    April 30, 2015 – This afternoon Dr. Ved Tandan President of the Ontario Medical Association delivered a hard hitting speech to the Economic Club strongly cautioning that despite the fiscal challenges facing the province, the government cannot turn a blind eye to the health care needs of Ontarians.

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Your Health

  • Income and Health

    In November 2012, the OMA was asked to consider the role of screening for poverty in primary care settings and to provide physicians with relevant resources

  • Housing and Health

    Housing and Health

    In August 2013, Ontario’s Doctors examined the latest research and recommendations from experts in the field of safe, affordable housing and its relationship to the health of patients

  • Alcohol Harm Awarness

    Alcohol Harm Reduction

    According to the WHO, the CDC, and the Cancer Quality Council of Ontario, alcohol consumption in excess of low-risk guidelines is one of the top-four modifiable risk factors for chronic disease

  • Antibiotic Resistance

    Bacteria that are exposed to certain antibiotics can become resistant to these antibiotics and those related to them.

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Published on: 3/20/2010 5:26 AM
Printed on: 05/26/2015 05:33 AM
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