Education and Outreach

NHMA offers a variety of educational, outreach and advertising opportunities to support.  If you are interested in specific partnerships or have questions please email [email protected] or call our office at 202-628-5895. For a full list of NHMA services, visit NHMA Services. Below are a list of available opportunities:

A.  NHMA Career Center (Job Board)

Linked to over 2,000 jobs and over 800 employers through the National Healthcare Career Network. Please click the Boxwood Online Career Center button below. This will direct you to our self-serve process for posting job positions available.

B.  Advertising

The NHMA newsletter is published monthly. It is compiled by the NHMA President & CEO and is disseminated electronically to an audience of approximately 55,000; comprised of NHMA members, board members, NHMA Leadership Fellows, public health and health industry officials, and other affiliated contacts. Appropriate advertisements include job postings, event announcements, etc. To view online versions of newsletters posted to our website, visit our newsletter page.


Advertising Information

Ad Submission Deadline
Please submit your ad no later than the first week of each month; the newsletter is edited and disseminated by the second week of the month.  Please send your ad, via email, as a Microsoft Word document or JPEG, along with the ad request form to [email protected].

Advertising Rates
$500.00 – Full page
$300.00 – Half page

Payment Process
After the newsletter is circulated, an invoice will be e-mailed to the contact person who placed the ad.

Please include the following contact information to place your ad:

  • Name:
  • Title:
  • Organization:
  • Complete Mailing list:
  • Phone:
  • Fax:
  • Secondary Phone:
  • E-mail Address:
  • Purchasing Order (if applicable):
  • Notation (e.g. purchasing number, 3rd party, 2nd email address

CONTACT: Jeanne Duvall at 202-628-5895, ext.104

Please feel free to call if you have any questions. Thank you for your ad placement!

C.  Congressional Health Policy Briefings: $10,000 per briefing for one speaker

NHMA convenes at least two Hispanic Health Policy Briefings on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. annually and invites health experts to discuss healthcare policies and programs that impact the health of Latinos for Congressional staff and national advocates. In February 2018, NHMA convened its Congressional Briefing with Congressman Raul Ruiz on Chronic Disease, especially Cardiovascular Disease and Rare Diseases, and Health Policy Recommendations to Improve Access, Prevention and Medical Education. Partners were Amgen and Pfizer.

Leadership Summit: $75,000 per event with planning input, logo displayed on signage, website, & promotional materials

The NHMA Summits are a one day meeting in a major city with physicians, healthcare experts, public and private sector leaders focused on strategies and lessons learned on a health and wellness issue that can become part of policy at the Federal and State levels. Report to be widely distributed and advocated by NHMA and its networks. Contact E. Rios at (202) 628-5895

D.  Other 

NHMA provides the following Education Activities:

  • Nominations for Hispanic Health Advisory Committees, Boards and Commissions;
  • NHMA Physician Speakers Bureau for National and Regional Conferences and Grand Rounds;
  • NHMA Leadership Fellowship for Physicians; Resident Leadership Program; Medical School Liaison Program;
  • Writing and Editing of Health Policy White Papers;
  • Letters of Support for Grants related to the improvement of Hispanic health.

Please contact Elena Rios, MD, MSPH, FACP at (202) 628-5895.

F.  Internship Positions at NHMA:

Undergraduate and Graduate Student Internships – NHMA provides an outstanding opportunity to undergraduate and graduate students to learn about healthcare, disease prevention, as well as national advocacy and policy analysis and nonprofit project management. NHMA focuses on improving the health of Hispanic populations and works closely with its members and partners – physicians, health professionals, residents, medical students as well as the Federal government, Congress, and private sector partners who all impact health care for our communities. Internships are paid at $15/hour.