The Indiana Osteopathic Association (IOA) is one of the oldest state osteopathic associations in the nation.  Founded in 1898, the association serves over 1,400 osteopathic physicians and all osteopathic medical students across the state of Indiana.

MISSION
IOA is the professional home and advocate for all physicians and students whose objective is to practice osteopathically.

IOA LAUNCHES "All IN D.O." PODCAST

 
VISION
To be a significant influencer for Osteopathic medicine in Indiana.

VALUE STATEMENT
The Indiana Osteopathic Association (IOA) is the ONE VOICE for osteopathic medicine in Indiana, providing resources for D.O.s at every stage of their career. 

OSTEOPATHIC EXCELLENCE

Mark your calendar now and plan to participate in the Indiana Osteopathic Association (IOA) 2021 Virtual Annual Spring Update to be held May 21 - 22, 2021. We will start on Friday, May 21, at 7:00 a.m. (Eastern), will end on Saturday, May 22, at 6:00 p.m. (Eastern), and will provide 20 AOA category 1-A credits. Application for CME credit also will be filed with the AAFP.

Timely updates for primary care as well as other specialties and sub-specialties will be featured. A two (2) hour lecture fulfilling Indiana's requirement for CE on Opioids will be offered too. Download agenda. Download registration form. Register online.

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MEMBERSHIP BENEFITS

By joining IOA, you receive:

  • Ability to participate in IOA advocacy initiatives
  • Access to quality CME programs
  • Discounted CME registration fees
  • Broad-based industry knowledge/experience
  • Discounts with IOA’s endorsed partners
  • Discounts with IOA’s online career center
  • Access to IOA’s online member directory

Online CME for Osteopathic Physicians

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INDIANA OSTEOPATHIC MEDICINE DAY

 2019 Osteopathic Medicine Day at the State House 2/26/19 - The Indiana Osteopathic Association (IOA) members--physicians and medical students--met at the Indiana State House to celebrate the osteopathic profession, learn about the legislative process, and educate legislators about their important role and uniqueness to the practice of medicine. 

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