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  1. Hello future doctor, Congratulations on starting medical school! We hope you enjoy our presentations at student orientation, as our President, Dr. Samantha Hill, and our President-elect, Dr. Adam Kassam, share their personal experiences with medical school, and why we can’t wait for you to join the Ontario Medical Association (OMA). The OMA is ready to support you on your journey of becoming one of Ontario’s Doctors. We are here to help you succeed as a medical student, prepare you for your residency and in time, setting up a medical practice. And as a member, we’ll keep you
  2. Congratulations to the new Class of 2021! As you begin your medical studies, now is the best time to learn about your association. If you haven’t heard of us already, the Ontario Medical Association exists to support medical students, residents, and physicians in the province. We advocate for our members and the health of Ontarians, and provide leadership for an accessible, sustainable, high quality health-care system. We are very proud of where we are today and excited about where we are headed with new products and services to serve doctors at every stage of their career.
  3. Congratulations to the new Class of 2018, Now that your acceptance is confirmed and the rush to get prepared for med school has set-in, I would like to introduce you to your professional association, the Ontario Medical Association. The OMA is here to support you from medical school to residency and throughout your medical career. The OMA represents the medical profession to the government on important topics such as medical economics, legislation, regulations and education, but there are also MANY membership benefits for Ontario medical students. See below for a brief overview and
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