The Pennsylvania Medical Society (PAMED) is a physician-led, member-driven organization representing all physicians and medical students throughout the state. We advocate for physicians and their patients, educate physicians through continuing medical education, and provide expert resources and guidance to help physicians and their organizations navigate challenges in today’s ever-evolving health care system.
The Pennsylvania Orthopaedic Society exists to enhance our members’ ability to provide the highest quality musculoskeletal care. Our vision is to be the primary organization that promotes quality musculoskeletal health for the citizens of Pennsylvania.
The PPTA’s core purpose and mission is to represent, advocate and advance the practice of physical therapy in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. By 2020 we envision the physical therapy profession will have unrestricted direct access to health care consumers and be recognized in the Commonwealth as the providers of choice and leaders in the prevention of impairment, wellness and restorative care of neuromusculoskeletal systems. The Pennsylvania Physical Therapy Association is one of 50 State Chapters within the APTA and currently represents approximately 3117 physical therapist and physical therapist assistant members and over 1000 student members across the Commonwealth.
The Association's Workers' Compensation Section was established in 1995 to address the specialized needs of lawyers practicing workers' compensation law. The section maintains a number of subcommittees providing opportunities for lawyers to learn, enhance their skills, and serve their community.
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