Founded over 100 years ago, the Kansas Association of Osteopathic Medicine (KAOM) has been the sole organization focused on advancing and supporting osteopathic physicians in Kansas. 

The practice of medicine and the business of health care is ever changing and KAOM works to support Kansas' physicians through providing access to evidence-based continuing medical education (CME), a voice and representation in policy at the state capitol in Topeka, at the Kansas State Board of Healing Arts, and at regulatory meetings and on the national level through KAOM and the American Osteopathic Association. We can't do this important work without our members. How physicians practice medicine in the state of Kansas is continuously impacted and by joining KAOM, you are supporting the collective voice for osteopathic medicine within our state.

If you are currently a member, thank you for renewing your membership and your continued support of KAOM. 

If you are not a member, we hope you will join your colleagues and support KAOM! We have much to offer. Our collective interests are ultimately the key to our total success. For information regarding categories of membership and joining click on Membership.

A Kansas Association of Osteopathic Medicine Membership Provides:

  • Advocacy for individual members, as well as the osteopathic profession in general
  • Access to professional liability insurance at a discount through KAMMCO
  • Continuing Medical Education (CME) opportunities designed around osteopathic principles
  • Discounts on Continuing Medical Education (CME) at KAOM's Spring Convention and Fall Conference
  • Effective representation in state government, including legislative issues and agency rules and regulations
  • Timely communication on matters that affect the practice of osteopathic medicine in Kansas
  • Assistance to and advocacy for members who suffer from impairment
  • The opportunity to participate in political action and to influence major public policy decisions

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