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Making a Difference in Our Community and Beyond

 

Welcome to the Philippine Medical Association of Hawaii (PMAH), Hawaii’s premier medical organization. Since its founding in 1978, PMAH has been at the forefront of servicing the medical needs of Hawaii’s community-at-large. Hawaii is replete with Filipino-American doctors and even non-Filipino doctors who serve the Filipino community. As such, we invite you to become part of our ohana (family). With its three affiliates, PMAH gives you several opportunities to make a difference in our community and beyond.

 
 
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Reserve your spot now.

Sunday, September 1, 2019
Grand Wailea, Kahului, Maui

 

Join us this Labor Day weekend at the beautiful Grand Wailea in Maui! Listen to medical updates by our amazing subspecialists while earning CME credits. Learn more about our nonprofit organization and hear from our affiliates including the Ohana Medical Mission who will present their upcoming medical mission to the Philippines this August. All while meeting other physicians, creating new relationships, and enjoying the majestic scenery that the Grand Wailea and Maui has to offer! Discounted rates for the Grand Wailea available after event registration. Number of available rooms is limited. Event is open to all physicians, residents, medical students, and guests!

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Dr. Emilio Ganitano

(Critical Care)

ICU Liberation And The ABCDEF Bundle

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Dr. Kristine Uramoto

(Rheumatology)

Rheumatology Pearls For The Primary Care Physician.

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DR. Ryan Smith

(Cardiologist)

Heart Failure and Drug Sponsored Lunch

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Dr. Miki Shirawaka Garcia

(Dermatology)

Dermatitis Pearls For The Primary Care Provider

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Dr. Ankur Jain

(Gastroenterology)

How Safe Are PPIS, and When Should I Get My Patients Off Of Them?


OUR AFFILIATES


 
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upcoming medical missions

 
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JOIN US

Ohana Medical Mission (OMM), a team of volunteer physicians, medical providers and civic-minded individuals who visit underserved regions in the Philippines and other developing countries, giving the much needed medical, dental and surgical services to the locals.