Oxford Medical Alumni (OMA) has provided a focus for alumni of the medical sciences at Oxford University since 1884. We offer opportunities for acquaintance and learning, and by promoting good fellowship bring together people who share a common interest in medicine. OMA meets at regular intervals in Oxford, and elsewhere, to continue our learning, to exchange ideas, to network and importantly to socialise.
Oxford Medical Alumni (OMA) is your best way of keeping in touch with all those with whom you shared the joys, and depths, of medical school life. In time we will invite you back to your decade reunion - to share tales of life since you qualified with friends and tutors. We have a large programme of reunions and look forward to seeing you once again.
OMA is open to anyone who studied medicine at the University of Oxford.
© omaIf you are a matriculated member of Oxford University then you can join Oxford Medical Alumni.
If you did not matriculate you can join OMA but your application will have to be approved by the OMA Board. As a member you can receive the Oxford Medicine newsletter. We're always keen to hear from you - about your time at Oxford and what you've been doing since you graduated. You can play an active role in our Oxford medical community which brings benefits to you and helps strengthen our global alumni network.
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© jtoddYou might like to join the OMA Advisory Board (OMAAB) which comprises alumni, academics and friends and is guiding the growth of our network. Find out more about the work and members of the OMAAB..
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Osler House is still the focus for medical students at Oxford and OMA works with the medical school to maintain links with current clinical students.
© Osler House
Osler House started on a site next to the Radcliffe Infirmary in the early 1940's as the social focus for the Oxford Clinical School. Named after Sir William Osler it is now to be found on the John Radcliffe Hospital site, where it remains exclusively for the use of the clinical medical students. Whether you enjoyed sports, bops, societies, or just a space to hang out with your friends, Osler House had something to offer to everyone. The excellent welfare support network is still in place to ease students through the tougher times and the academic reps raise ‘ideas, concerns or expectations’ with academic staff.