Registration is now open for the VOMA 2021 Spring CME Conference! This year we will be offering the option to attend virtually, or in person. Please see the registration form for more information. Register before March 15, 2021 to receive the discounted rate. VOMA and the Great Wolf Lodge are following all guidance set forth by the Virginia Department of Health and the CDC. For more information about how the Great Wolf Lodge is taking steps to keep their patrons safe, visit

Please note that when you register for the virtual option, you will be able to tune in on April 15-18th or any time within 30 days and still receive AOA Category 1-A credits, since you will be able to submit questions for the speakers. 


WHERE TO STAY:  (Please note this is a very busy time in Williamsburg so book your hotel soon!)

 The Great Wolf Lodge is located at 549 E. Rochambeau Dr. in Williamsburg, VA. A limited number of reduced-rate rooms (any type) have been guaranteed through 3/15/2021  at $119 plus taxes.  They are waiving the resort fees but please note that the computer might charge it when you make the reservation and then deduct it as per our VOMA contract.    Rooms are available on a FIRST-COME basis.  To reserve your room, call (866) 972-9653 and ask for the Virginia Osteopathic Medical Association or VOMA room rates and Group Reservation #0421VOMA.



*VOMA is accredited by the American Osteopathic Association to provide osteopathic continuing medical education for physicians. The 2021 VOMA Spring CME Conference will offer 24 AOA Category 1-A CME credits.  




  • The mission of VOMA shall be to represent the osteopathic physician practicing in the Commonwealth of Virginia in such a manner as to reflect credit to the organization and its members.
  • To promote the public health, scientific research and improvement of the health care delivery system.
  • To provide medical education and stimulate growth and maintenance of a high standard of medical knowledge and practice.
  • To promote student recruitment for osteopathic colleges and give encouragement and support especially to Virginia students in osteopathic colleges.
  • To promote the growth of the number of osteopathic physicians in the Commonwealth of Virginia.
  • To promote the development of osteopathic principles and practices as an ever-growing tribute to Virginia born Andrew Taylor Still, D.O., founder of Osteopathic Medicine.
  • To maintain and improve public relations by providing timely information to the public concerning VOMA or any of its members.

Membership Benefits

  • Discounted fees to attend the VOMA Spring and Fall conferences at reduced rates for a total of approximately 40 category 1-A CME credits

  • Patient referrals from our membership roster

  • A forum for collegial exchange among fellow osteopathic physicians in Virginia and surrounding states

  • Representation on health-related agencies and state organizations and liaison to MSV

  • Frequent safety alerts and physician information

  • Online physician member directory

  • Online physician job openings and posting 

  • Advocacy for the advancement and protection of DOs

  • Voice in the osteopathic profession, Virginia Delegates to represent the profession at the AOA House of Delegates 

  • Newsletters and communications to keep members informed about industry developments, relevant legislation and members news

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