July 15, 2014
What is so special about this mission:
We will have specialized Clinics (GI, Neurology, Dermatology, Cardiology, etc…)
We will be part of a Psycho-Social program for children
We will have several Medical days in various areas of Jordan We will be working as a team, both NAAMA & SAMS
We will work with Spinal Cord Injury and Amputee patients
We will have a Non-Medical component to the mission; to distribute food, clothes, etc.…
Who can come?
All are welcome, physicians and non-physicians.
What we are in need of are the following:
Children Social workers and teachers Volunteers
Who will pay?
Every volunteer will pay for their own air flight (about $900-1200)
Hotel accommodation (about $120-150 per night for single/double room)
Local Transportation and the Food (about $400-600) for the whole trip per person
I hope that you all have it in your heart to join us in our Next Mission
For more Info please contact:
The mission Leader, Humam Akbik. MD, email@example.com, phone: 513-907-7200,
Mohammad Saleh, MD, firstname.lastname@example.org, phone 616-334-9522,
SAMS office: SAMS@sams-usa.net, phone: (866) 809-9039,
Hussein Abdallah from NAAMA office: email@example.com, phone: (248) 646-3661
May 29, 2014
May 29, 2014
Our members benefited from a dynamic and very valuable pain management CME program and dinner on May 15, 2014 in Southfield. Mazen Baisa, PharmD, MBA, ABAAHP, FAARM, CPE, FACA presented a timely lecture about advances in pain management to improve outcomes and enhance patient satisfaction. Over 116 million Americans struggle daily with chronic pain. Dr. Baisa enlightened our members and urged them to use a multimodal pain management strategy that includes topical pain medications. Our members learned to reduce the incidence of organ toxicity, drug interactions and the unpleasant side effects of oral medications by including topical pain formulations in treatment plans. A delicious dinner was provided by La Palma restaurant and more than 45 physicians thoroughly enjoyed the evening. This CME program was highly rated.
April 24, 2014
Thinking Beyond The Pill
This activity is designed for physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners and nurses who have an interest in enhancing their clinical skills in pain management.
( 1 HR CME CREDIT)
Dinner will be served
Franklin Athletic Club, Special Event Suite
RSVP by May 13,2014
April 5, 2014
It’s a scholarship for our children…funded by YOU!
Please consider donating to the Ibn Sina Endowed Scholarship at Wayne State University School of Medicine and help medical students who wish to uphold the ideals and heritage of Ibn Sina, an extraordinary physician and scholar. Your son or daughter may someday benefit! Please help to keep the legacy going by making your gift today.
To make your gift online visit: go.wayne.edu/give-
You can also mail a check to: WSU School of Medicine, Development and Alumni Affairs c/o Leigh Trerice, 540 E. Canfield, Room 1369, Detroit, MI 48201. Please make the check out to WSU School of Medicine and indicate ‘Ibn Sina Scholarship #061669” on the memo line.
March 18, 2014
Our deep condolences to NAAMA MI members Dr Samir and Dr. Mohammed Hadidi for their sad loss.
Monday March 17,2014
Bloomfield Hills, Michigan 48302
December 15, 2013
NAAMA MI held it’s Annual Gala Dinner at the Dearborn Inn on November 15,2013. The attendees of Physicians , dentists,pharmacists,Deans,students and health care related supporters got to learn about NAAMA’s involvement in relief for refugees from Syria, Somalia and Hurricane Sandy in medical missions and donations that totaled about $500,000 for this year. Dr. Sam Fawaz, NAAMA’s youngest President gave a humorous and heart warming speech consisting of a father’s advise to his children… and passed the reigns to Dr. Ghassan M Saed, the President-Elect!
Dr. Yehya Basha, of Basha Diagnostics, received NAAMA MI Health Care professional of the year Award, and student Zeinab Saghir,received the first Scholarship from NAAMA MI scholarship program that we intend to expand in coming years.World renowned Comedian Dean Obeidallah gave the attendants a 30 minutes non-stop laughter in his stand-up act.
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November 7, 2013
Brian Mosallam and Frank Mayer of the Cornerstone Group—a firm specializing in employee benefits- presented a brief summary of the impact this legislation will have on doctors, hospitals, employers, employees and their dependents. As many of the major provisions of the Affordable Care Act are scheduled to become effective January 1st, 2014, Brian Mosallum and Frank Mayer reviewed the following:
• Summary of the delay – impact on employers
• The reasons behind the decision to delay
• What PPACA requirements remain the same
• Preparation necessary for the 2014 employer mandate deadlines
• Impact of Medicare reimbursements
August 29, 2013
As part of its ongoing community outreach,NAAMA-MI Michigan members took part in a back to school community health fair event at ACCESS in Dearborn. The volunteers performed school physicals as well as dental evaluations on school-age children of various ages. According to the participants, the experience was highly rewarding as it provided the community with a much needed service for its most vulnerable residents.