Reclaim Your Right to Practice Medicine.
Whether you’re part of a medical system or a private-practice physician, you’re committed to your patients. By displaying the PPA seal of approval, you affirm that the patient-physician relationship is sacred.
We’re Bringing Physicians Together
PPA is led exclusively by physicians. We are not legislators. We are not lobbyists. Each of our board members actively practices medicine and advocates for change that will benefit American physicians.
Display Your PPA Seal of Approval
By choosing to display your PPA Seal of Approval on your website, in your office, on your letterhead, or anywhere publically visible, you affirm your commitment to Physician Autonomy and Patient Safety. You join physicians around the country in a movement to re-claim medicine.
How do I Display my Seal of Approval?
The PPA Seal of Approval is a digital download package. You’ll receive unlimited access to our 2018 logo, a badge for your website, an email signature, a printable sign for your office, and additional assets like letterhead and business card templates.
We’re transparent with our funds.
It’s important to us that you know how we use your money. Choosing to become a part of PPA does more than aligning you with physicians across the nation. It allows us to advocate for your rights.
As an online business, our significant expenses include web development, hosting, and marketing consulting. We use our funds to share the message that brought you here – to unify physicians across the nation.
Accounting & Legal Fees
As representatives of the medical community, we are careful to demonstrate fiscal responsibility. Part of our budget goes toward accounting and legal fees. We regularly consult with financial and legal professionals to maintain the integrity and viability of PPA.
Operational Fees, Utilities, Postage
As any business professional knows, there are hidden fees around every corner. Compliance, accountability to our partners, and communication require necessary operational expenses. PPA has no employees but requires a modest budget for operational needs.