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What does JMA stand for?

JMA stands for Jordan Medical Association


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He added that the congress, which will be preceded by two workshops on nasal surgery and include lectures by 18 specialists from abroad, will be held with the support of the Jordan Medical Association, Royal Medical Services, Health Ministry, University of Jordan, private hospitals and the private sector.
President of Jordan Medical Association, Dr Ahmad Armouti refused the attempt to lay the blame on the medical profession; he told The Star, "The government had many options before Shahin's departure; the doctors only give their consultative opinion on the medical situation; the government could have referred Shahin to the Jordanian medical services before facilitating his travel; our association trusts its members; whoever allowed the departure of Shahin bears the full responsibly and not those who gave their medical opinion.
AoAaPresident of the Jordan Medical Association, Dr Ahmad Armouti, who himself received the vaccine, assured to The Star that the fear is not based on solid arguments.
Amman, March 14 (Petra) -- The Jordan Medical Association, JMA on Monday decided to suspend a nationwide work stoppage for public sector doctors until further notice after meeting with Prime Minister Marouf Bakhit.
By Mike Derderian Star staff writer The issue of privatizing the public health sector in Jordan that has been circulating for some time now throughout the Kingdom re-surfaced on the sidelines of a press conference held by the Jordan Medical Association (JMA) a week ago.
For his part, Spokesperson of the Jordan Medical Association (JMA), Basem Kiswani, told The Star, "JMA believes that such an issue should not be any doctor's responsibility; we hope that doctors do not become bearers of others' mistakes.