A Victim's Organization
The National Medical Malpractice Advocacy Association (NMMAA) was founded in 2013 by a group of everyday people who personally were victims, or knew someone who was a victim, of medical malpractice. It was created on the belief that every American citizen has the right to life and have justice served when they have been harmed by others. From its inception, the NMMAA has had a strong desire to raise awareness and petition for change. Our organization has faced the reality that, often, no justice is served for the victims of those harmed by medical negligence.
The NMMAA is the first non-partisan civil rights organization of its kind with patient advocates throughout the United States. Our organization dedicates itself as a national network to end medical malpractice through partnerships with local and national organizations across America.
The NMMAA is the first and only organization that has received numerous proclamations from states across the United States for its advocacy related to medical malpractice.
Through education, awareness, and advocacy, the mission of the NMMAA is to improve the quality of healthcare in America for men, women, and children of all ages and from all walks of life.
At the NMMAA, we dream of a world where people who receive services from medical professionals receive a fair and humane distribution of healthcare, compassion, and resources. Sadly, each year 440,000 patients die from medical negligence. That amounts to 1,205 lives lost every day. At the NMMAA, we dream of a world where, everyday, those who enter the medical community trust that their lives are in good hands.
The primary goal of the NMMAA is to be the organization of choice for delivering real solutions to real problems. As an advocate for social justice, The NMMAA seeks to empower American’s through education that provides opportunities for a just and fair society. Through partnerships and humanitarian efforts, the NMMAA will be the organization of choice.