Who We Are
The Newfoundland and Labrador Medical Association (NLMA) is the voice of organized medicine in Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada.
A division of the Canadian Medical Association (CMA), the NLMA is a non-profit professional organization funded primarily by its members.
Board members and officers are elected annually through a general election. NLMA members are represented at the national level through the CMA Board of Directors.
Annual General Meeting
The AGM is held each June and provides members with the opportunity to receive reports from the executive director, the president, committees, and the auditor's report.
NLMA forms, facilities, policies and assistance.
Dr. Kris Luscombe has been practising psychiatry in Grand Falls-Windsor for almost 20 years.
He was recently the Regional Chief of Psychiatry for Central Health, is the Central Health Regional Physician Lead for Opiate Dependence Services, and he has been an assistant professor of psychiatry for Memorial University’s Rural Medical Education Network since 2009.