Please check back after October 1, 2017 for the 2018 program which will be held March 17, 2018.
Thank you for your interest.
The “Doctors On Board Pipeline Program” is an innovative and exciting opportunity for underrepresented minorities students who are African American/Black and Native American. Post-baccalaureate, pre-meds, college/university students, community college students, high seniors, juniors and sophomores interested in becoming physicians or pharmacists to will experience a rare snapshot of what it takes to become a physician or pharmacist.
Why Do We Need PMF?
HELP US CONTINUE OUR MISSION
Through programs like Doctors On Board Pipeline Program, Community Health Ambassadors Internship Program, Visiting Elective/Visiting Clerkships Resident Scholarships, Educational Workshops, Scholarships, Mentoring and Outreach support for medical students, post bac and high school students, and many other activities, the Physicians Medical Forum (PMF) continues its mission of encouraging recruitment and retention of African-American/Black and underrepresented physicians & pharmacists. PMF strives to have a culturally diverse workforce which provides quality healthcare for people of color, the underserved communities, and indeed, health and wellness for all throughout the Oakland/San Francisco Northern California Bay Area.
But we cannot do this without your help
Help us to achieve these goals and strive to eliminate health disparities and improve the quality of education & healthcare for patients.
Please send contributions to:
Physicians Medical Forum
6114 La Salle Avenue, #601
Oakland, CA 94611
Physicians Medical Forum is a 501 (c)(3)non-profit,
Tax ID: 30-0086728
All contribution of tax deductible to the extend allowed by law
"WHERE ARE THEY NOW?"
So many students, medical students, pharmacy students and resident who have been a part pf PMF over the years have gone on to fulfill their dreams and as doctors, pharmacists and administrators. Let's take a look to see where they are now.
Community Health Ambassadors Program aims to empower African American youth whose goal is to become a doctor, by training them to serve as ambassadors of health and wellness within their community.