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CMA and PHC launch wildfire relief campaign



November 20, 2018

The California wildfires labeled Camp, Woolsey and Hill have destroyed thousands of homes, structures and medical practices, as well as displaced thousands of Californians.

In response, the California Medical Association (CMA) and Physicians for a Healthy California (PHC) have launched a donation page to help impacted physicians and their families.

"The full impact of the wildfires' destruction is yet to be seen, but the physician community needs our help," said CMA President David H. Aizuss, M.D. "Physicians provide an invaluable service to their patients and neighbors so when they're displaced or their medical practices are destroyed, it creates a negative ripple effect throughout the entire community. CMA and PHC stand in support of its members, and we will leverage our significant resources to help rebuild their homes, medical practices and communities."

One hundred percent of donations will directly support relief efforts. To donate, please click here.

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