Catholic Medical Association (CMA)
Welcome to the CMA website for UA COM-P students!
The Catholic Medical Association (CMA) is a national organization that attempts to unite physicians from all backgrounds who seek like to learn more about the Catholic faith and its place in medicine. Our student chapter of the CMA aims to provide an inclusive environment with a similar mission; to educate medical students from all backgrounds about the Catholic faith and its place in medical education and our future practices as physicians. We seek to do so through lunch talks, discussion panels, and regional CMA meetings, open to all. We also hope to work with other interest groups on campus to provide unique and diverse opportunities that engage medical student’s curiosities and answer questions they may have about the place of faith in medicine.
Group Leader: Jorge P González
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If you are new to the Phoenix area:
Looking for a Catholic Church?
You may want to check:
St. Thomas the Apostle Catholic Parish www.staphx.org
Diocese of Phoenix diocesephoenix.org
Looking to meet catholic medical students from other states?
Think about applying to become a CMA member: www.cathmed.org
Catholic Medical Association: cathmed.org
Catholic Physician's Guild of Phoenix: cpgphoenix.com
Diocese of Phoenix: diocesephoenix.org
National Catholic Bioethics Center: ncbcenter.org
Maricela P. Moffitt, M.D., M.P.H., F.A.C.P
Dr. Moffitt graduated from the University of Texas Medical School at Houston in 1986. She is Board certified in Internal Medicine and has practice Medicine for 26 years in Arizona. She obtained a Masters degree in Public Health in 1994 at the University of Arizona. Her research interest include Tuberculosis and medical education.
She is currently holds the academic rank of Professor of Medicine and serves as the Director of the Doctoring Curriculum at the University of Arizona College of Medicine in Phoenix where she teaches communication and physical exam skills to medical students. She is a part-time Hospitalist at the VA Hospital in Phoenix.
She has served on the 1st Way (a crisis pregnancy center) Board of Directors; The HOPE Mobile Ultrasound Unit Board; The national Catholic Medical Association Board (President 2012.) She currently serves on the Phoenix Diocesan Medical Ethics Board; The Catholic Physicians Guild of Phoenix Board. She teaches with her husband in the RCIA program at Corpus Christi parish. She is married to Dr. Robert A. Moffitt who is in deacon formation; they have three children.