to the first publication for people who share their lives with a physician – Physician Familya publication created by and for medical families!

Our next four issues will focus on the journey of medicine - from medical school to residency to active practice to retirement. Each issue will feature a "mini-issue" with articles of special interest to each stage of the journey. This issue features six articles which focus on the first stage of the journey, medical school, in addition to several other pieces for physician families at ALL stages of the journey. Enjoy!

Summer 2016 Edition of Physician Family – Browse Online

You can read this “go-to” guide for medical families online anywhere, any time – FREE!

Each issue of Physician Family features focuses on issues and challenges faced by medical families, with special emphasis on the four stages of medical life – medical school, residency and fellowship, active practice and retirement. At least one article about each of those four groups will be featured in every issue.

Other articles focus on:

• relationships
• health and wellness
• work/life balance
• financial and legal issues
• making a difference 
• food, travel, humor
• and much more!

Here at Physician Family, we “get it.” Read each new quarterly issue as it goes live here, and check out our weekly blog every Wednesday. Make sure to Like our Facebook page – it’s the first place we post new content!

Physician Family is published by the American Medical Association Alliance, the nation’s largest network of physician families, uniting and empowering physician families since 1922

AMA Alliance members receive hard copies of Physician Family in the mail as a member benefit! Joining is easy.

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Donna Baver Rovito, Editor