The Georgia Medical Group Management Association is a non-profit association whose membership is composed of individuals interested in the administrative aspect of the medical group practice. Membership is diverse - from the small, solo physician office to the large multi-specialty clinics, IPA's and MSO's across the state of Georgia. It started in 1965 with a small group of Administrators from the PAPP Clinic, Emory Clinic and a few others who just wanted to get together once a month to network. It was then incorporated in 1968 as Georgia Medical Group Administrators. In 1994 the name was changed to Georgia Medical Group Management Association to reflect the affiliation with MGMA.
To provide educational opportunities and resources to promote professionalism in medical practice management.
To be the recognized leader in defining and supporting the profession of medical practice management in Georgia.
Active Memberships belong to the member themself regardless of who has paid the dues. If an Active Member leaves their current employer, the membership will follow the member until the expiration date.