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    Welcome to the official site for the Alabama Osteopathic Medical Association

    The Alabama Osteopathic Medical Association is a non-profit professional organization comprised of osteopathic physicians, residents, interns, and medical students who meet the membership requirements of the ALOMA Constitution and Bylaws. Part of a national network of state osteopathic professional organizations, ALOMA acts as a component society of the American Osteopathic Association.

    ALOMA strives to elevate and maintain the high quality standards of the osteopathic profession by providing quality educational programs for its members, adhering to the strictest code of ethics for the profession, and supporting osteopathic medical training programs. Membership in ALOMA is an opportunity to continue the progress of your chosen full recognition of osteopathic medicine. ALOMA also works to inform the public of osteopathic medicine’s position in the health care world of Alabama, as well as supporting work in improving medical service to rural and other underserved areas in the state.

    7th Annual Science & Management CME conference at Ross Bridge- Birmingham  cancelation

    ALOMA Members, Speakers and Exhibitors, 

    The ALOMA Board of Directors has made the difficult decision to cancel the 7th Annual Sciene & Management CME Conference at Ross Bridge- Birmingham that was scheduled for this February in Birmingham, AL. 

    We appreciate our members, speakers, and exhibitors that are dedicated both to ALOMA and to the Osteopathic profession. We will miss connecting with all of you and look forward to seeing you in Destin, July 21-25, 2021. As always, the association is here for you. Please reach out if we can help in any way.

    Below you will find the updated CME REQUIREMENTS MODIFIED FOR COVID-19 as stated on the Medical Association of the State of Alabama's website. 

    The Board and Commission recognize the difficulty licensees may have meeting the annual continuing medical education requirement in 2020 due to the public health emergency. Consequently, all licensees (MD/DO/PA/AA) are exempt for 2020 from the annual requirement to earn 25 credits for license renewal, and no compliance audit for these 2020 credits will be conducted.
    Credits earned in 2020 may not be rolled over to 2021 to meet the 2022 license renewal requirement. In determining compliance with the controlled substances CME requirements for ACSCs (two credits biennially) and QACSCs (four credits biennially), the Board will extend the two-year period to include 2020. If your two-year period was 2019-2020, it is now 2019-2021. If it was 2020-2021, it is now 2020-2022. Qualifying controlled substances CME credits earned in 2020 may be used to comply with the biennial requirement.