The Ohio Society of Association Executives is dedicated to educating Ohioans on the benefits of choosing association members and to understanding the difference between a professional who is a member of their state organization and one who has chosen not to participate in association membership.

A new program, Associations Advance Ohio, was developed to extend this educational process to all residents and businesses throughout the state. AAO is a collaboration of the association community to clearly define what all association members have in common-a higher standard of ethics and education, and the responsibility to actively advocate for their members and the communities they serve within their professions.

The Associations Advance Ohio program is designed to illustrate that association membership is the initial stamp of approval to look for when a consumer selects a professional in any field.

Ohio Dental Association

Finding the right dentist for you is an important decision, and the ODA has resources to make the process easier. Click the link above to find out more about the Ohio Dental Association.

Ohio Osteopathic Association

The Ohio Osteopathic Association is celebrating 115 years of distinguished service in Ohio. Osteopathic physicians, known as DOs, are located throughout the state and are dedicated to providing a unique brand of high quality health care. DOs focus on understanding how an injury or illness in one part of the body may impact your total health which provides a unique perspective on managing your care. When you look for a physician, make sure to look for the DO degree. Learn how DOs are leading the transformation of health care.

Ohio Foot and Ankle Medical Association

The Ohio Foot and Ankle Medical Association (OHFAMA) is dedicated to serving and protecting the public's foot health. We are Ohio's champions for quality foot and ankle medical care for our members and we proudly keep Ohioans on their feet. By providing quality medical and surgical care, we keep Ohio's citizens independent and walking to maintain a healthy lifestyle. The OHFAMA represents over 600 licensed and resident podiatric physicians and surgeons. Finding a podiatrist that is right for you is an important decision, and the OHFAMA can help. Click the link above to find a podiatrist in your area.

Ohio Veterinary Medical Association

The OVMA strives to be a trusted and valued source of information not only for veterinarians, but for government bodies, academic institutions, and the general public.