Estonian Medical Association (EMA) is the largest medical association in Estonia that stands for the people’s health and development of the medical profession, protects doctors’ interests, promotes medical culture and ethics, and represents the views of medical professionals in healthcare policy formation.
This year is the 100th anniversary of the Estonian Medical Association. On 28 February 1921, the Association of Estonian Medical Societies was formed. During the occupation years, the association’s activities were preserved by the Estonian Medical Association in Sweden, which has since joined the EMA. Estonian Medical Association restored its activities in 1988.
Estonian Medical Association joins doctors from all regions, areas and generations. The association includes 3280 doctors and the Estonian Medical Students’ Association.