Presidential AddressAs I stand before you this evening, I ask myself what is the mission of KAMPANY.
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Our VisionEstablished in 1988, the Korean American Medical Practitioners Association of New York was founded to centralize and support the Korean American Physician community of New York. Originally founded by first generation Korean physicians, the current member base is comprised mainly of 1.5 and 2nd generation Korean American physicians.
KAMPANY goals are to provide a professional networking forum for Korean American physicians, to strive for educational advancement, and to serve the local Korean and Korean American community.
KAMPANY creates valuable opportunities to network among Korean doctors in the New York area. This practice strengthens professional relationships as well as provides an essential support system that can lead to increased patient referrals or a forum to consult on complex medical cases.
Our other passion is community service. As physicians, we believe in helping others and to give back to the Korean community that is so near to our hearts. KAMPANY's community service programs allow for physicians to work together and accomplish a common goal in helping fellow Koreans, the young, the seniors, the uninsured, and the poor.
What We Do
Our organization is focused on providing a forum for our physicians to interact, network and enhance our presence, to enhance medical education through ongoing lecture series, to increase medical/health awareness in the korean american community through various community outreach programs including annual health fair and monthly medical clinics for the local uninsured and medical columns on leading local Korean American newspapers and to identify and foster the upcoming 3rd generation Korean Americans.