United for a Common Purpose

The VCMA is the voice for organized medicine in
Ventura County.


Our Mission

The Ventura County Medical Association is the advocate for physicians, patients,
 and quality medical care for our community.

Latest News

  • CMA webinar to look at the future of primary care in California

    The California Quality Collaborative  and the Integrated Healthcare Association have convened a coalition of six large commercial health care payors to work together through the California Advanced Primary Care Initiative to enable primary care practices to transform to a high-performing, value-based care model that reduces costs and improves quality and equity.

  • CMA President-Elect underscores health disparities among Hispanics on National Latino Physician Day

    In conjunction with Latinx Physicians of California, and in recognition of National Hispanic Heritage Month and National Latino Physician Day, California Medical Association (CMA) President-Elect, Donaldo Hernandez, M.D., FACP, highlighted the growing disparity between the number of Latinx health care providers and the growing number of Latinx patients.  

  • Gov. Newsom vetoes dangerous optometrist scope bill after hundreds of physicians speak up

    Governor Newsom yesterday vetoed a dangerous bill (AB 2236) that would have allowed optometrists to perform eye surgeries that require use of a scalpel or an injection and "anterior segment lasers” if they met minimal specified education and training conditions that are far inferior to the requirements that ophthalmologists must meet. 

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