Sponsorship Opportunities

The National Hispanic Medical Association seeks partners with the government and private sector to support our programs in order to educate our Members/participants about effective innovations to improve health and mental health care for their patients and communities. We seek partners for our Congressional Briefings on Hispanic Health as well as our Fall Region Forums in Los Angeles, Chicago, San Antonio, Atlanta, NYC and Washington, DC and Policy Leadership Summits or support for our education programs in general.

NHMA Partners can provide support for the following:

Academic Faculty – need leadership development, research skill-building, and networks with journals, interprofessional teaching

Private Sector Physicians – need leadership development, clinical trial management and recruitment, innovative health system models, business strategies and technology innovation

Residents and Fellows – need mentoring and career development for academic/private practice/administration in public health or corporate positions

Health Professional Students — need mentoring and career development about residencies and career overviews, scholarships (We have the NHHF Scholarship for them see NHMAFoundation.org)

College PreHealth Students – need mentoring with our health professional student network to advance to graduate schools.

NHMA is also seeking your partners for the NHMA 23rd Annual Conference to be cohosted with the Hispanic Dental Association. The conference brings corporate leaders, government leaders,  and health care providers to discuss new ways to provide quality health care and successful practices, teach culturally competent curriculum to medical students, or conduct community-based research. The Conference is planned for 1000 attendees with an outstanding lineup of speakers and discussion and networking opportunities in Washington, DC, July 16-19, 2020. You can view the full list of sponsorship opportunities at the 2020 Conference page: NHMA-Conf.com


Past NHMA Partners

To improve the health of Hispanics domestically and in the future, globally:

  • Government: US Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, National Institute of Minority Health and Health Disparities, National Institutes of Health, (NIDDK, All of Us Research Program), HHS Office of Minority Health, ASTHO
  • Foundations: California HealthCare Foundation, PCORI
  • Corporations: Anthem Blue Cross, Centene, Johnson & Johnson, Care First Blue Cross Blue Shield, United Health Care, Cancer Treatment Centers of America, Eli Lilly & Company, Pfizer Inc, Amgen, Sanofi, Abbott, AstraZeneca, PhRMA, National Health Career Network, Kaiser Permanente, Maximus, UNIVISION, Telemundo – NBC TV
  • Voluntary Sector: American Diabetes Association, American Cancer Society, American Heart Association
  • Coalitions: National Hispanic Leadership Agenda, Partnership for Medicaid, Better Medicare Alliance, Enroll America, Campaign to End Obesity, Children’s Health Group, Health IT for Underserved, CVD Coalitions, Malnutrition Coalition, Alliance for Health
  • Academic Institutions: Incarnate Word University, Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science, UCLA Medical School, University of Illinois, Chicago Medical School, and Institutional Members

To partner with NHMA, contact Wanda Salcedo for a meeting with Dr. Rios:  (202) 628-5895 or [email protected]