News & Publications

SFMMS strives to be a resource for physicians and the community at large for local health care news and information. We distribute a number of publications throughout the year, including our award-winning journal, San Francisco Marin Medicine, monthly SFMMS eNews e-newsletter, online SFMMS Blog, as well as an annual pictorial membership directory.

For more information on any of these publications, contact SFMMS at (415) 561-0850 or click here to email us.

San Francisco Marin Medicine

The award-winning San Francisco Marin Medicine is the official journal of the SFMMS and a vital resource to the San Francisco and Marin medical communities. Published nine times a year, the journal prides itself on giving emerging and established physicians the information needed to navigate and thrive in the ever-changing health care environment.  

SFMMS eNews

SFMMS’s monthly e-newsletter offers time-sensitive news, updates from the SFMMS, legislative updates, event listings, and other information pertinent to the physician community.

SFMMS Pictorial Membership Directory & Desk Reference

The SFMMS Directory, produced annually in print, is a widely used resource for greater Bay Area health care professionals and patients.

SFMMS Blog

SFMMS’ blog offers the latest health care news and new resources for San Francisco and Marin physicians.  

CMA Practice Resources

CMA Practice Resources (CPR) is a monthly bulletin providing tips and tools to assist physicians and their office staff improving practice efficiency and viability. To view the current issue, click here.

Legislative Hot List

The Legislative Hot List is published weekly during the legislative session. The Hot List provides a summary and the current status of CMA-sponsored bills, as well as the progress of other significant legislation. To view the current issue, click here

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I’m a proud member of the SFMS because I see local, organized medicine as the best way to engage with our communities and local government on issues of public health and patient care.

Zack WettsteinUCSF medical student