WE PUT YOUR HEALTH FIRST
Dream It. Think It. Believe It. Make It Happen
2020-2022 GSMA Officers:
Shelby Wilkes, M.D., MBA
1st Vice President
2nd Vice President
Chief Financial Officer
Willie Adams, M.D.
Benjamin S. Anderson, Jr., M.D.
Adrienne Atkinson-Sneed, DPM
Kimathi S. Blackwood, M.D.
M.J. Collier, Jr., M.D
Gary N. Dawson, M.D.
Paul L. Douglass, M.D.
|W. Joseph Hillson, M.D.|
Warren S. Hutchings, M.D.
Rita Livingston-King, M.D.
Thomas Malone, M.D.
Sylvester McRae, M.D.
Ruth E. Neal, M.D.
Booker T. Poe, M.D.
Myra McCoy Pope, M.D.
Winston Price, M.D.
Gary C. Richter, M.D.
Sheila A. Robinson, M.D.
|Lawrence L. Sanders, Jr., M.D.|
Linda Walden, M.D.
Price Walker, Jr., M.D.
Emanuel Wilkes, M.D.
David M. Williams, M.D.
Devell R. Young, M.D.
GSMA is the Voice of Healthcare Equity in Georgia
Who is the Georgia State Medical Association (GSMA) and why should I join?
Since its inception in 1893, Georgia State Medical Association (GSMA) has represented the specific interests and concerns of African-American physicians and their patients.
GSMA continues to be the conscience of medicine in the state by working to end the disparities in health care and to improve the quality of health of minorities. Representing the interests of more than 3,000 African American physicians and the patients they serve, with six affiliated societies across the state, Georgia State Medical Association has been firmly established in a leadership role in medicine.
Advocate for health policies that improve the quality and availability of health care, particularly to African American and other minority and underserved populations.
Representing the interests of more than 3,000 African American physicians and the patients they serve, with six affiliated societies across the state, Georgia State Medical Association has been firmly established in a leadership role in medicine.
Dream It. Think It. Believe It. Make It Happen.
Georgia State Medical Association, Inc. (GSMA) is the collective voice of African American physicians and a leading force for parity and justice in medicine and the elimination of disparities in health.
GSMA advocates on behalf of disadvantaged communities in the fight for equitable, effective healthcare and benefits with a presence at the State Capitol. GSMApartners with local, state and federal organizations to expand its influence on key health issues.
GSMA Foundation, Inc.
Who is the Georgia State Medical Association Foundation, Inc(GSMAF) and why should I help?
Georgia State Medical Association Foundation, Inc. (GSMAF) is a non-profit, 501C3 organization of Black Physicians throughout the state of Georgia who stand together to mitigate the dearth of black men in medicine. Founded in 1996, the Georgia State Medical Association Foundation, Inc. strives to educate our colleagues, patients, partners, and associates about the importance of diversity in Medicine. Tax Identification#: 30-0429781
By joining forces with the GSMAF you can help make a difference in the health outcomes for vulnerable populations in Georgia.