NCOMA - The State's Oldest Osteopathic Medical Association

Mission Statement 

The purpose of the North Carolina Osteopathic Medical Association is to promote, advocate, maintain and support the philosophy of Osteopathic Medicine for the benefit of the profession and the people of North Carolina.  

Accredited by the AOA as a CME Sponsor

In May 2018, the AOA Council on Osteopathic CME awarded NCOMA a 5 Year Accreditation with Commendation as Category 1 CME Sponsor.  

        The Benefits of Membership

  • Early notification of CME events; 
  • Discounted conference registration rates; 
  • Advocacy efforts to address state and federal policies and legislation that impact the profession; 
  • Leadership opportunities; 
  • Discounts on practice solutions such as website hosting, marketing and more.  
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Promote the Fight Flu Campaign

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is launching their Fight Flu Campaign to get the word out about the importance of getting a flu shot, taking preventive measures to stop the spread of germs and taking antiviral drugs if prescribed.   

What's New for 2018-2019 Flu Season 

NC Drug Card Program Provides Discounts for Flu Shots and Medicines

NCOMA is proud to be a sponsor of the NC Drug Card Program, the statewide free assistance program available to all North Carolina residents.  The card provides savings as high as 75% on most brand and generic medications.  Learn more here including how to download your free card or send the coupon to your mobile phone.  


News Update - Hurricane Florence Relief Initiatives

 The NC Medical Board is now moving forward with emergency rules to replace the emergency licensure policy that was adopted in advance of Hurricane Florence.  The emergency rules establish the policy in a more formal way and ensure that the emergency licensure practices developed by the Board will be “on the books” going forward.

 An emergency rule goes into effect Oct. 2 with no public hearing or public comments period. To give the public and stakeholders time to provide feedback, a set of identical temporary rules is also being proposed. There will be a public hearing on Oct. 4 and comments will be accepted through Oct. 19.  To learn more, visit the NC Medical Board website 

 The NC Medical Society has resource information to help patients get the care they need through their Disaster Preparedness and Resource Center.  A Disaster Relief Program has also been created to collect donations to help practices financially as they struggle to return to treating patients in their communities.  Learn more below.  

Learn more about the Disaster Relief Program