What's Happening Now.

Promoting the science and art of medicine, care and well-being of patients, protection of the public health, and betterment of the medical profession.

Publications

Current Magazine Issue


Central Coast Physicians Magazine
Central Coast Physicians is the only magazine focused on medical doctors in San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara counties. As the official publication of the Central Coast Medical Association, Central Coast Physicians is a quarterly full-color magazine with a circulation of more than 1,000 per issue. View all of our issues here.

 

Member Directory
The Central Coast Medical Association Membership Directory is a comprehensive listing of our physician members’ specialties and practice contact information, the only publication of its kind in the county. This publication is used daily by physicians, hospitals, medical personnel and a variety of businesses. In addition to the listing of our members both alphabetically and by specialty, and a telephone directory of numbers that are useful in the medical setting. The Central Coast Medical Association  Membership Directory is available for purchase.  Please contact our office to place an order. You can view the most recent Directory here.

 

CCMA The Pulse: Past Editions
The Pulse is a bi-monthly e-newsletter that reaches physicians, office staff, and key healthcare leaders on the Central Coast. We deliver public health, legislative, legal, and association news that affects medical providers and their staff. You can find our most recent newsletters linked below. 

08/03/2023 - California Loan Forgiveness: Are You Eligible?
07/27/2023 - Join us Next Week at our Physician Social
07/13/2023 - Revamping California's Behavioral Health Care
06/29/2023 - JUST IN: Historic Medi-Cal Budget Bill
06/15/2023 - U.S. Supreme Court Issues Monumental Ruling
06/01/2023 - Take Action: Protect Medical Board Integrity
05/18/2023 - New DEA Training Requirement Takes Effect June 27
04/27/2023 - Just In: Updated Payor Profiles for 2023
04/13/2023 - Solutions to Increase the Physician Workforce