Branch of Indian Medical Association Largest Medical Association of Inidia Having more than 7,000 member & Still adding

Installation of New AMA Committee

Ahmedabad Medical Association

Scientific Programme No.1 by AMA

At Hotel Crowne Plaza

Post Graduate Exam Review Course

Session for Digital Money

E-wallets, Net Banking & UPI

Challo Delhi Movement By IMA

Ahmedabad Medical Association

Ahmedabad Medical Association

Branch Of Indian Medical Association

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Vol 11 December 2016
About AMA
As per the records available and best of our knowledge, Ahmedabad Medical Association is an oldest medical association of India and also one of the oldest medical association of the world. Membership strength wise also, it has the biggest number of membership.
Vol 11 December 2016
The Indian Medical Association (IMA), the national organization of “Doctors of Modern Scientific System of Medicine”, was organized in 1928, and currently IMA has around 1,78,000 members belonging to different branches of medical profession and function through a network of more than 1700 local branches, located in different part of India.
Vol 11 December 2016
Our Objective
The major objectives of the Indian medical Association include: Promotion and advancement of medical and all related sciences Improving the public health and medical education in India Maintaining the honor and dignity of the medical profession
Health Projects
The IMA and its branches have been running many community service Projects and a number of branches have established Family Welfare Clinics, Immunization Centres, Ambulance Services, Blood Banks, Polio Eradications and RCH programmes, etc.
Service to community
Its services to the community during natural calamities like earthquakes, droughts and floods, famines and epidemics in the pre and post-Independence periods have been highly lauded.
Privileges to members
Members have the right to attend and take part in discussion in all general, clinical meetings, lectures, demonstrations, refresher coursed etc. organized for continuing medical education by the Association.