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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Advocacy Action Alert

The deadline for commenting on the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid (CMS) proposed rule changes on changes in payment policies is September 10th.  Let CMS know your concerns by submitting a comment.  For more information, including a sample comment letter, visit the link below.  

AOA Site

News Update  

During the 2018 session of the NC General Assembly, Senate Bill 420 was approved to change the makeup of the NC Medical Board to include a designated slot for an osteopathic physician.  The Bill  changed the number of members appointed by the governor from 4 to 5 to add one duly licensed physician who is a doctor of osteopathy or a full time faculty member of a NC medical school that utilizes integrative medicine in clinical practice.  

Read the Legislation Here