Our mission is to promote excellence in healthcare in the Armenian communities we serve and support the professional development of our members. Through collaboration with colleagues both in the United States and abroad we also work to improve delivery of healthcare, medical education, and research in Armenia.
Establish a premier association of Armenian-American health care professionals in New England that promotes excellence in health care in the communities we serve.
Develop an environment that promotes strong professional collaborations and social interactions among members.
Encourage members to assist other health care professionals of Armenian descent in New England to achieve their professional aspirations and career goals, including young physicians starting new in practice.
Assist young Armenian-Americans with their medical education by offering scholarship funds.
Collaborate with fellow colleagues in Armenia to improve health care, through medical education, research and other support.
Assist the Armenian-American lay community by offering guidance on health issues and medical education.
Established in 1972, AAMA Inc. is a non-profit organization that represents Armenian American medical professionals in the Greater Boston area.
Mentorship – of students, residents and junior healthcare practitioners in both Armenia and the United States
Community Service – to communities in New England and Armenia
Professional Growth Opportunities – Support colleagues in New England, Armenia and Artsakh to continue growing their expertise, knowledge, and the impact of their practices
Work and Service in Armenia – Through collaboration, consultation, long-distance learning, site-visits, and other models create opportunities for AAMA members to promote healthcare, establish training programs and serve patients in Armenia
Fundraising, scholarship and collaboration – Identify specific projects or specialized equipment (medical supplies) needs and fundraise to procure for Armenia / offer scholarship opportunities to medical students and students in allied health affiliated with AAMA / collaborate with sister New England and U.S. health care organizations