Dr. Sonja Johns: Representing Virginia’s Black DoctorsDecember 19, 2016 |
As president of the Old Dominion Medical Society, Dr. Sonja Johns is looking to use the organization’s lobbying power to ensure that all Virginians have access to quality health care.
The Old Dominion Medical Society represents African-American physicians who practice medicine within Virginia. Founded in 1905, the society currently has nearly 60 members.
Its mission: “To serve as an organized and informed voice for minority physicians and their patients in the Commonwealth of Virginia,” according to Dr. Johns.