Richmond Academy of Medicine Alliance
RAMA/F Membership 
Meetings & Events

January 17, 2017
Volunteer at FeedMore Community Kitchen

January 18, 2017
PGF Planning Meeting

January 24, 2017
Book Club
"The Readers of Broken Wheel Recommend" by Katerina Bivald

February 1, 2017
PGF Planning Meeting

February 15, 2017
PGF Planning Meeting

February 21, 2017
 "Techie Tuesday: Embracing the Cloud."  with
Lisa Burlee, Step By Step Computer 

February 21, 2017
Book Club
"Eventide" by Kent Haruf

March 8, 2017
PGF Planning Meeting
March 21, 2017
Craft Blanket project to donate

March 22, 2017
PGF Planning Meeting

March 28, 2017
Book Club
"17 Carnations: the Royals, The Nazis, and the Biggest Cover-Up in History" by Andrew Morton

April 8, 2017
Physicians Got Fashion Fundraiser

 April 18, 2017
Barrel Thief Wine Tasting

May 16, 2017
Dr. Michael Wriston & the "Art of Difficult Conversation"
& RAMA Annual Lunch

May 23, 2017
Book Club
"Moon Tiger" by Penelope Lively

June 20, 2017
Book Club "How It All Began" by Penelope Lively


We are so excited you are considering joining the Richmond Academy of Medicine Alliance!

If you are looking for a group that supports local physicians, medicine and science in the Richmond community, RAMA is the place for you. Please fill out the interest form below and a RAMA member will be in contact with you shortly!

Annual Membership Dues: $40


"PHYSICIANS GOT FASHION": the major philanthropic project of the organization hosted by the Richmond Academy of Medicine Alliance Foundation (RAMAF), Inc. and celebrating its first year in 2014.  This year-long effort involves many members and offers the opportunity to showcase everyone’s strengths and talents as well as make wonderful friendships.

BOOK CLUB: a smaller group of members that meet regularly from September through June to discuss various types of fiction and non-fiction books selected by the club.  Non-regular participants are always welcome!

DOCTORʼS DAY: responsible for planning and executing an observance as directed by the Executive Committee.

MEALS ON WHEELS (MOW): members sign up to deliver meals to handicapped, enfeebled or homebound people, including those with special dietary considerations, on the first Friday and the fifth Monday of each month year round. Infrequent participation is required and members are paired with another member or friend. Participatory health projects such as Meals-on-Wheels encourage an awareness of the needs of the community through educational and service oriented activities.

HEALTH PROJECTS: plans one health-related meeting a year for RAMA and serves as liaison to Medical Society of Virginia Alliance (MSVA) and American Medical Association Alliance (AMAA) health projects.

LEGISLATIVE: informs membership of existing laws and proposed legislation of interest to the profession.

MEDICAL SOCIETY OF VIRGINIA (MSV) FOUNDATION LIAISON: act as liaison between RAMA and the MSV Foundation.

NEWSLETTER: assist the editor in compiling information, obtaining photographs, writing, and editing the monthly newsletter.


SEXUAL ASSAULT CRISIS KITS (SACKs): project to provide clothing and toiletries to men, women and children victims of sexual assault and domestic violence being treated at local hospital emergency rooms.