The CMA is committed to Quebec physicians and medical learners. With the dissolution of the Québec Medical Association, we plan to uphold its mission by carrying on with key programs such as supporting physician leaders, Choosing Wisely, leadership training, student engagement, advocacy and more.
Building on this commitment to our members, and our deep roots in Quebec — where the CMA was founded in 1867 — we’re opening an office in Montreal in early 2020. This new office will allow members in the province to more easily connect with the CMA and engage on issues such as physician health and wellness, access to care, and climate change and health.
As we continue to work on behalf of our members, we invite you to check out our Frequently Asked Questions for specific information about our services and offerings. You can also click on the buttons below to find out more about the issues that matter to you.
We look forward to supporting you. Learn more about why CMA membership matters.
If you have any questions regarding membership, please reach out to the CMA Member Service Centre at 888-855-2555 or email@example.com. Calls to the centre will be answered from 8:00 am to 8:00 pm Eastern Time, Monday to Friday.
For any other concerns, you can call our Quebec line at 844-987-1342 from 8 am to 4 pm.
Member benefits and discounts
CMA membership gets you exclusive discounts on clinical tools and software, business services, travel, cell service and more.
CMA members in Quebec can benefit from a 10% discount on Facturation.net medical billing services.
Driving meaningful change in health care
Advocating on issues that matter to the profession and their patients
As Canada’s population ages, wait times and health care costs will continue to climb. We want a national seniors strategy, and investments into more effective and accessible seniors care.
about Seniors Care
Prescribing medication is a key part of many physicians’ practice. Yet the high cost of prescription drugs can make them inaccessible to many Canadians. For more than three decades, the CMA has been a strong advocate for affordable prescription medications.