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Welcome to Hamilton Academy of Medicine

The Hamilton Academy of Medicine is a voluntary association funded by physicians for physicians. We inform, educate & represent more than 700 physicians in Hamilton acting as the District 4 branch society of the Ontario Medical Association. The office is no longer open to the public.

Use HamiltonDoctors.ca to find answers to some of the common questions received weekly from the public. Hamilton is currently experiencing a critical doctor shortage in many areas of medicine.

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FLU SHOT SEASON IS HERE!

Flu Shot

Have you gotten your flu shot? Visit your family physician or pharmacy to get one. Visit http://www.ontario.ca/flu  for information.

SANTA SENIOR PROJECT

Annual Santa Senior Project is underway!

The Santa Senior Project is a registered charity and provides Christmas Gifts to senior citizens in need residing in nursing homes and the community in the Greater Hamilton area. In most cases, the seniors do not have family or friends and spend the Christmas season alone.

Consider making a tax-deductible donation to help us provide Christmas gifts to senior citizens in the community who spend the holidays alone. This program is administered by the Medical Wives/Hamilton & District with assistance from the VON and St. Elizabeth Nurses.

Please complete a donation form and send it back to the Academy to help spread a little holiday cheer this season.

 
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Your Hamilton, Your Health Video Series

Dr. Raymond Gottschalk discusses sleep apnea, its dangers and how it can be treated.

 

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