A Consistent Influence

For more than 100 years, the LACMA has been a
constant voice for the local medical community


LACMA Elections provide members in good standing an opportunity to get more involved in the decision-making process and serve as representatives of their local communities throughout Los Angeles County. Members have the opportunity to run for and elect persons for the LACMA Board and local leadership positions.

LACMA holds its elections every June. Active members of LACMA and CMA have the privilege of voting for their preferred candidates.

At the end of May, members can expect to receive a voting ballot via email or mail and you will be able to cast your vote for your preferred candidate. Please be sure to keep an eye out for your ballot and submit your vote.

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The Los Angeles County Medical Association will hold its 150th Annual Election this June.  

The following positions have vacancies on the LACMA Board of Directors.  



Eligibility: active member for 5 consecutive years by July 1 of the election year; one year term




Eligibility: regular active member

2 vacancies - One seat will serve out a remainder of an existing term (until June 30, 2022), while the other is a new three year term.


District Councilors

Eligibility: regular active member within the district; three year term. For a map of the LACMA districts, please click here.

  • District 3 Councilor (Long Beach) 
  • District 14 Councilor (Foothill/Pomona) 


Young Physician Councilor

Eligibility: active member that is under 45 years of age; three year term.

One vacancy


Resident/Fellow Councilor and Alternate Resident/Fellow Councilor 

Eligibility: resident/fellow member; affiliate member in accredited program in a LA County hospital; actively engaged as a resident, intern or fellow-in-training; one year term

  • Resident Councilor
  • Alternate Resident Councilor 


Medical Student Councilor and Alternate Medical Student Councilor 

Eligibility: student member enrolled in LA County medical school; one year term

  • Medical Student Councilor
  • Alternate Medical Student Councilor 


CMA Trustee (representing LACMA)

Eligibility: regular active member; three year term (term begins October 2021)

One vacancy


CMA Delegates/Alternate Delegates

District # of Delegate Vacancies # of Alternate Vacancies
1 (Metropolitan) 8 5
2 (Pasadena/San Gabriel Valley/Glendale) 2 2
3 (Long Beach) 1 1
5 (Bay) 2 3
6 (W. SF Valley/Santa Clarita Valley) 2 4
7 (Beverly Hills) 2 2
9 (Southwest/South) 0 4
10 (Southeast/East) 1 2
14 (Foothill/Pomona) 0 0
17 (E. SF Valley/Antelope Valley) 1 1


The California Medical Association's (CMA) House of Delegates (HOD) consists of nearly 500 delegates elected by members of component medical societies, specialty societies, and CMA sections and forums, representing virtually every mode of practice and region of the state.

CMA’s House of Delegates convenes annually to debate on the most important issues affecting members, the Association, and the practice of medicine. Actionable reports on those topics are presented and debated, and educational speakers are often invited to provide additional insight. The House also addresses any other issues referred to it by the Board of Trustees, including any changes to the bylaws matters regarding charters, etc. During Annual Session, the House elects officers, honors members for their service, and receives important updates about the activities of the Association in the past year.

While only Delegates can address the House during Annual Session, any CMA member may present testimony (i.e., speak for or against a recommendation) during the online testimony period of the Major Issues. This is similar to how Members can submit written testimony on submitted resolutions that are accessible via their account dashboard on the CMA website.

If anyone has questions regarding the positions or the election process, please contact Lisa Le at (213) 226-0304 or at lisa@lacmanet.org.