The Hawaii Medical Association (HMA) is a voluntary, professional membership organization for physicians, resident physicians, and medical students in the state of Hawaii serving Hawaii since 1856. HMA is dedicated to serving physicians, their patients, and the community through representation, advocacy, and public service.
Membership dues allow the Hawaii Medical Association to represent Hawaii physicians and to play a crucial role at the state legislature shaping the future of our health care system.
Support And Strengthen Organized Medicine
Increasing Accessibility to Patients
On Saturday, October 3rd we had our annual Ola Pono Ike. We thank all those that attended and those that made this event a great success. The Ola Pono Ike is held to support efforts toward quality health care in Hawaii, recognize exemplary physicians and community leaders, and help raise money for charitable contributions.
Edwin C. Cadman, MD
Born May 14, 1945, died September 23, 2015.
(Corvallis, Oregon) The Cadman family requests that those wishing to make donations contribute to the Dr. Edwin C. Cadman Endowed Fund for the Study of Neurodegenerative Disorders.
Dr. Edwin C. Cadman, former dean of the University of Hawai’i Mānoa’s John A. Burns School of Medicine (JABSOM), died at 5:45 on Wednesday morning, September 23, at the age of 70, surrounded by his family in Corvallis, Oregon. Many people across Hawai’i and the United States will join those at JABSOM in mourning his loss.