Pasifika Medical Association is a network of Pacific health professionals, working collaboratively to strengthen Pacific health workforce capacity and capability and meet the health needs of Pacific people in the region.
Become a Member
Pasifika Medical Association is a network of more than 800 Pacific health professionals, working collaboratively to strengthen Pacific health workforce capacity and capability and meet the health needs of Pacific people in the region.
Members include specialist level doctors, student doctors, nurses, pharmacists, psychologists, social workers and community health workers. Membership is representative of the diversity of the Pacific region with members originating from Cook Islands, Tonga, Samoa, Fiji, Tuvalu, Kiribati, Vanuatu, Solomon Islands,
Papua New Guinea, Tahiti, New Caledonia, Tokelau, Nauru, Palau and the Federal States of Micronesia.
Membership is based on an annual paid subscription ($200.00+GST per year) OR 2 yearly membership ($400+GST = $460.00) and includes:
- 2 x PHD journals per year
- Complimentary attendance at PMA networking meetings and activities
- Additional subsidies for events may apply (administered on an event by event basis)
Pasifika Medical Association website redesign
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Transformation through Whanau Ora – 2014
The Pasifika Medical Association’s 17th annual conference – Transformation through Whanau Ora was held in 2014 in Wellington, New Zealand. Key themes… Read more »
WEIGHING UP A HEALTHY FUTURE
In search of “that missing something” from her career, Seini Jensen joined the team at Pasifika Medical Association. Three years… Read more »
PACIFIC HEALTH PARTNERSHIP CELEBRATED
Minister of Pacific Island Affairs Peseta Sam Lotu-Iiga hosted a function in Parliament’s Grand Hall as part of the 17th… Read more »