Secretary- Crystal Scott
The ATSU-SOMA AMSA Chapter works to fulfill the goals of the national AMSA organization:
The American Medical Student Association is committed to improving health care and healthcare delivery to all people; promoting active improvement in medical education; involving its members in the social, moral and ethical obligations of the profession of medicine; assisting in the improvement and understanding of world health problems; contributing to the welfare of medical students, premedical students, interns, residents and post-MD/DO trainees; and advancing the profession of medicine.
- Quality, Affordable Health Care for All AMSA mobilizes students in advocating for quality, affordable health care for all. AMSA works through state and national coalitions to improve existing public programs and to advocate for a public national health insurance program.
- Global Health Equity This encompasses the issues of wellness, safety, opportunity, and environment which make up a healthy society. It also highlights the interconnected nature of all people and our responsibility for rational and proportional assistance for all people, regardless of which country they live in. Justice and equity are paramount to assuring that race, religion, income, gender, sexual preference or nationality are not factors limiting access to quality care.
- Enriching Medicine Through Diversity As the world becomes more integrated and mobile, the need for a health care workforce to reflect our society increases. AMSA’s independence was fueled by the civil rights era and continues today in advocacy for culturally appropriate care, underrepresented providers in medicine, and admission criteria which do not exclude those from different backgrounds.
- Professional Integrity, Development and Student Well-Being Physicians have long had a sacred social mission and AMSA seeks to help create physicians who uphold their duties to patients and society alike. An important aspect of professionalism, however, entails self-care, and we are dedicated to helping physicians-in-training through undergraduate, medical and residency training while maintaining balance and retaining commitment to personal and professional growth.
President - Jared Ross, OMS-II
Vice President of Operations - Vikash Patel, OMS-II
Vice President of Internal Affairs and Membership -Tala Kassm, OMS-II
Vice President of Outreach -Stacey Klyn, OMS-II
Vice President of Finance - June Chapin, OMS-II
Secretary - Broke Johnston, OMS-II
Secretary- Erin Murphy
Class of 2013
President- Amber van den Raadt
Vice President of Operations - Michael Yau
Vice President of Internal Affairs and Membership - Yushiu LinVice President of Outreach- Lydia Mikail
Vice President of Finance - Bradley Stoker
Class of 2012
President- Gurdeep Singh
Vice President of Membership- Chris Chin
Vice President of Outreach- Ryan Christensen
Vice President of Finance- Josh Honeyman