Stuart Thompson joins California Medical Association Government Relations team

March 26, 2014
Area(s) of Interest: Advocacy 

Sacramento – Stuart Thompson, J.D., has joined the California Medical Association (CMA) team as the newest member of CMA's Center for Government Relations. An Associate Director, Thompson comes to CMA from the law firm Miller and Owen, where he has been practicing law for the last year and a half.

“I’m thrilled to be a part of the CMA team,” said Thompson. “Lobbying for the House of Medicine is something I’m looking forward to, as changing times in the health care delivery system have never been more exciting than now.”

Prior to practicing law, Thompson attended UC Hastings Law School and worked for the Trust for Public Land and at the San Francisco Sheriff’s Department.

“Stuart is going to be a valuable part of the team here at CMA,” said Senior Vice President Janus Norman. “He will cover a wide range of issues as we move forward this year working to advocate on behalf of physicians and the patients they serve.”

Thompson graduated from Brown University with a degree in political science.

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