Serving Quebec physicians and their patients
The CMA is engaging physicians and medical learners in Quebec to support the profession and improve the health care system. This page is dedicated to keeping you informed about our activities in Quebec.
We’re committed to maintaining key programs in the province, such as supporting physician leaders, Choosing Wisely, leadership training, student engagement and advocacy on behalf of physicians’ to different provincial authorities.
Proud of our deep roots in Quebec — where the CMA was founded in 1867 — we’re opening a Montreal office in 2020. This regional office will allow us to connect more easily with Quebec members and engage on issues such as physician health and wellness, access to care, and climate change and health. Our work on the ground to support you continues.
We’re pleased to be working together on the issues that matter to 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, please call our Quebec line at 844-987-1342 from 8 am to 4 pm.
Not a CMA member?
It’s never been easier to become a CMA member. Physicians and medical learners in Quebec can now join the CMA directly by filling out our online form.
See the fee schedule here.
The CMA is monitoring the situation closely and has been called upon to comment in the media.
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
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about Seniors Care
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