This ob-gyn makes it her mission to change her patients’ world
When AMA member Keisha Callins, MD, MPH, was a child, she had a terrible care experience and never wants her patients to feel the same. Learn more.
Help Move Medicine
Medicine doesn’t stand still, and neither do we. AMA members don’t just keep up with medicine—they shape its future.
This private practice physician keeps telemedicine close to home
AMA member Roxanne Tyroch, MD, blends innovation, creativity and personal touch in her solo physician private practice. Learn more with the AMA.
Fellowship helps physicians connect the dots on health equity
Jerry P. Abraham, MD, MPH, CMQ, says he and the other doctors in the Medical Justice in Advocacy Fellowship are like family. Learn more.
Why inclusion should be part of every conversation in health care
What drove John Paul Sánchez, MD, MPH, to medicine was to have an impact on health inequities. But no one was talking about them. Learn more.
Hear from top leaders in medicine
From emerging issues to new innovations, the AMA’s Moving Medicine podcast brings you the physicians, scientists and all the leading voices making a difference in health care today.
By sharing his burnout story, this psychiatrist sets out to help
After experiencing burnout at different phases of his career, AMA member Tom Zaubler, MD, MPH focused on what he could do to improve well-being. Learn more.
How one doctor works to meet the needs of 6 million patients
Saint Peter’s University Hospital endocrinologist Meena S. Murthy, MD, is working to advance culturally specific care for South Asian patients in the U.S.
For this Tulane doctor, advancing health equity has global focus
Learn how internist-pediatrician Anjali Niyogi, MD, MPH, has used her skills to help patients in New Orleans and around the world.
How joy in practice drives Dr. Harmon in his senior years
AMA Immediate Past President Gerald E. Harmon, MD, is 71 and still works 65 hours a week. For him, the pleasure of being a physician never gets old.