A recent study found that Alabama is ranked sixth in the country in the number of patients that are delaying care.
COVID-19 may change how you receive care, but it’s still important to get the time-sensitive medical care you need to stay healthy.

The summer issue of Alabama Medicine Magazine is now available online!

Check it out for updates on advocacy, HIPAA, our efforts to help #savealmoms, and more.

Happy Women in Medicine Day! Take time to highlight the women in medicine who inspire you by posting photos and memories using #WIMMonth and #3InspiringWomen. And, don’t forget to check out our media kit for additional ways to get involved!

August 27, 2020

Op-Ed: Alabama Medical Practices Hit Hard by COVID-19, Survey Finds

By: John S. Meigs, Jr., MD, President
Medical Association of the State of Alabama

Today, with the support of Dr. Harris, I’m extending our current #SaferatHome order for 5 weeks. This will include extending our statewide mask ordinance until Friday, October 2. @ALPublicHealth #TogetherAL #MaskUpAL #alpolitics 1/5

If you’re hospitalized while traveling, your health or travel insurance may only get you to the “nearest acceptable facility.” Medjet gets you back to your home hospital, to doctors you know and trust. Discounted rates for MASA members, learn more at

Register now for tonight’s webinar covering new employment-related laws & obligations Health Care Providers must comply with in the time of COVID-19, including but not limited to safe work practices, handling employee exposure to COVID-19 & more.


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