The Catholic Medical Association was created in order to help medical professionals grow in the spirit of Christ, to bring His Spirit to all touched by our science and art, and to assist the Vicar of Christ, the Bishops, and the whole Christian community with leadership, especially with the particular knowledge, skill, and experience we have as Christian healthcare providers.
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CMA Member Dr. Wes Ely’s CNN article What...
CMA Member Dr. Wes Ely’s CNN article detailing end of life care for a patient “as his physician, I wanted to be with him through the dying process. I told him it was a mutual […]
CMA’s Dr. Paul Braaton tells Crux why it’s...
https://cruxnow.com/church-in-the-usa/2018/03/10/bishops-urge-bipartisan-support-conscience-protection-act/ The post CMA’s Dr. Paul Braaton tells Crux why it’s important for […]
CMA Member Dr. Richard Fitzgibbon’s interview...
Trained in psychiatry at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania Dr. Fitzgibbons discusses causes for school shootings, including fatherless, violent video games and bullying. […]
CMA Immediate Past President Dr. Marie-Alberte...
Dr. Boursiquot discusses CMA’s mission, vision, member benefits, upcoming Educational Conference, challenges of being a Catholic Physician. She also talks about Health Care reform […]
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