The National Hispanic Medical Association has developed its unique programs to improve the health of all Hispanics. The initial set of programs have built a network of physicians and key contacts with a special emphasis on leadership development and networking with the national leaders of the U.S. Federal government and the private sector involved in health care policy.
The second focus of the programs of NHMA has documented critical information from Hispanic physicians who care for Hispanic patients -cultural competence information, language services information, strategies for Hispanics without insurance and to enhance quality of healthcare and model health care delivery programs.
The NHMA Annual Conference highlights key information to share with physicians, government and private sector representatives on how to improve the health of Hispanics.
The NHMA established its Foundation, the National Hispanic Health Foundation in 1994 to develop the 501c3 arm that will create new partnerships to sponsor the NHMA programs as well as new future programs.
We look forward to continuing to work with our members and partners and welcome your comments on future programming.