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.
We will never forget.
Join us in remembering those who lost their lives 19 years ago today. #neverforget
Here are five things to think about if you are considering selling your practice to a private equity firm: https://t.co/AJqmVGP7H8
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! https://t.co/GksWfXP5OV
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. https://t.co/mfxjE2jjNL @ALPublicHealth #TogetherAL #MaskUpAL #alpolitics 1/5
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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.