Regional/State Society Partners
Georgia Orthopaedic Society
The mission of the Georgia Orthopaedic Society (GOS) is to help Georgia orthopaedic surgeons provide quality care and lead rewarding professional lives. The Georgia Orthopaedic Society accomplishes it's mission by:
- Offering orthopaedic surgeons educational programs on clinical and practice management topics;
- Conducting advocacy efforts on behalf of orthopaedic surgeons and patients;
- Providing opportunities to foster personal and professional relations among orthopaedic surgeons; and
- Promoting the specialty of orthopaedic surgery to the general public.
For more information, please visit georgiaorthosociety.com.
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Michigan Orthopaedic Society
The Michigan Orthopaedic Society (MOS) is the professional organization for orthopaedic surgeons in the state of Michigan. Representing over 600 physicians, the association strives to serve our orthopaedic professionals and to advance the highest quality musculoskeletal care through educational programs. The Michigan Orthopaedic Society participates in the legislative process by promoting the involvement of orthopaedic surgeons in grassroots advocacy efforts to promote public policies that ensure high quality care for our patients.
For more information, please visit www.mosonline.org.
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Ohio Orthopaedic Society
Members of the Ohio Orthopaedic Society are dedicated to providing the finest in medical care for patients with musculoskeletal problems. They adhere to the highest ethical standards and practice orthopaedics in the most professional manner possible. Through continuing medical education and self improvement members are always striving to achieve excellence in quality orthopaedic care.
For more information, please visit www.ohioorthosociety.org
Osteoporosis Foundation of New Mexico
Osteoporosis Foundation of New Mexico (OFNM) is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit corporation established in 2000 to raise awareness of osteoporosis as a major public health concern, educate the public and healthcare professionals, and support research on osteoporosis and metabolic bone disease in New Mexico. The ultimate goal is to prevent fractures by reducing the osteoporosis treatment gap, the difference between those who could benefit from osteoporosis treatment and those who receive it.
The Santa Fe Bone Symposium is an annual forum devoted to advances in the science and economics of osteoporosis, metabolic bone disease, and assessment of skeletal health. This meeting is for healthcare providers, scientists, and researchers with a special interest in bone disease, and for bone densitometry technologists who seek a high level of knowledge in their field.
For more information, please visit www.ofnm.org
Pennsylvania Orthopaedic Society
Pennsylvania Orthopaedic Society is the premier organization representing the orthopaedic community in the Commonwealth. Through continuing educational programs, legislative advocacy, and colleague networking we continue to serve our mission by refining our member's ability to deliver quality orthopaedic care to their patients.
For more information, please visit http://www.paorthosociety.org/
Texas Orthopaedic Association
The Texas Orthopaedic Association (TOA) strives to assure the citizens of Texas excellence in musculoskeletal health by uniting orthopaedic surgeons and promoting the highest professional, ethical and moral standards. Learn more about us in this section.
For more information, please visit www.toa.org
Virginia Orthopaedic Society
The Virginia Orthopaedic Society (VOS) will be the premier voice for musculoskeletal health care in the Commonwealth of Virginia, working to enhance the overall quality of orthopaedic care and to create a favorable environment for its delivery.
VOS Mission Statement
The Virginia Orthopaedic Society works to enhance its members’ ability to provide the highest quality musculoskeletal care possible through education and professional development while championing the interests of physicians and patients through its advocacy efforts.
For more information, please visit www.vos.org
Western Orthopaedic Association
The Western Orthopaedic Association was established in 1932 and was the first Orthopaedic Society of its kind west of the Mississippi. Under the guidance of past and present leadership, WOA membership has grown to over 1,500 members.
Made up of volunteer member physicians, the Board of Directors is responsible for governing the Society and for establishing goals and setting priorities. In addition to the Board, both standing & ad-hoc committees address some of the most crucial challenges facing orthopaedic surgeons today while providing opportunities for members to become active participants in the work of the society.
The Western Orthopaedic Association is expanding its efforts to represent and provide services to orthopaedic surgeons in the west.
The mission of the Western Orthopaedic Association (WOA) is to help ensure that people in the western region of the United States receive high quality ethical care by providing orthopaedists with educational programs, opportunities to foster collegiality and ways to influence health policy.
For more information, please visit http://www.woa-assn.org