Founded in 1975, this is a non-profit, charitable organization of Canadian physicians dedicated to the respect and ethical treatment of every human being, regardless of age or infirmity.
The Center exists to help individuals and organizations address the pressing bioethical challenges of our day, including managed care, end-of-life treatment, genetic intervention, euthanasia and suicide, and reproductive technologies.
The Washington Office of the Christian Medical Association links CMDA members with Congress, the Administration and policy organizations; presents life-honoring perspectives through the national media; and publishes resources on vital issues.
Contact Jonathan Imbody, Vice President for Government Relations at the Washington Office for federal policy issues: CMA Washington Office, 21798 Jarvis Square • Ashburn, VA 20147 • Phone: (703) 723-8688 • firstname.lastname@example.org
Physicians for Compassionate Care promote compassionate care for severely ill patients and are dedicated to preserving the traditional relation of the physician and patient as one in which the physician’s primary task is to heal when possible, comfort always, and never intentionally harm.
Founded in 1967, IMANA is a leading resource and network for American-Muslim physicians, dentists and other healthcare professionals in North America. They act as a resource for medical ethics from an Islamic perspective to educational institutions, medical professionals alike.