The National Orthopaedic Alliance (NOA) this week became the second organisation to join the Arthritis and Musculoskeletal Alliance (ARMA) associate membership scheme.
As an associate member, the NOA is now part of the combined voice of the musculoskeletal community, working with ARMA to influence policy and drive up service quality. ARMA works across the MSK pathway, including prevention, primary, community and secondary services.
Ann Hoey, Deputy Director of the NOA said “the NOA is proud to officially be part of this collective voice for the musculoskeletal community. We look forward to working with ARMA more closely to ensure that the NOA contributes to improving the lives of people with musculoskeletal conditions.”
Sue Brown, CEO of ARMA, said “It’s so great to have the NOA on board as an associate member. We look forward to working with the organisation and its membership as part of our new associate member scheme.”
ARMA is an umbrella body representing the breadth of musculoskeletal conditions and professions. To find out more about the organisation and its associate member scheme visit here.