Where We’re Making A Difference

AMHP is engaged in a number of areas of high importance to the American Muslim community and the country at-large. Most of our programming relates to three key topic areas: Advocacy, Health Promotion & Career Development. As an empowerment organization, our activities generate content material, career development opportunities, and advocacy products.

Career Development

Fundamental to the work of American Muslim Health Professionals (AMHP) has been empowering the next generation of thinkers, leaders, and practitioners. Through a series of webinars , career trajectory series as well as networking events, AMHP is dedicated to providing its members with the right tools and resources to maximize their career potential.

  • Webinars
  • Networking Events
  • Muslim Health Forum
  • Membership Drive


Health Promotion

AMHP seeks to improve the physical and mental health of communities by empowering community leaders through focused training seminars and elevating successful models. AMHP activities in this area span a range of key areas, including mental health, obesity, disability rights, and more. AMHP has been an active participant in the First Lady’s Let’s Move campaign.

  • Mental Health
  • EnabledMuslim
  • Health Education



AMHP has been at the forefront of articulating the American Muslim health professional community’s responses to policy developments, educating members and their communities on health policy and advocating on behalf of health professionals and community clinics throughout the nation.

  • Policy Briefs
  • Muslim Free Clinics
  • Connecting Muslims To Coverage (Affordable Care Act)


Recent Blog Posts

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Arshia Wajid, AMHP Founder, is a recipient of the 2018 MWA Inspiring Woman Award.

March 1st, 2018|0 Comments

It is our great pleasure to announce Arshia Wajid, AMHP Founder, is a recipient of the 2018 MWA Inspiring Woman Award.

Every year at the Muslim Womens Alliance (MWA) annual “Celebrate Muslim Women Gala” luncheon, MWA recognizes three outstanding […]

“What does our faith teach us about healthcare and how do we see our nation meeting – or rejecting – our faith’s call to address healthcare inequality?

January 25th, 2018|0 Comments

Each year, the NETWORK Lobby for Social Just connects with thousands of justice-seekers during Lent to reflect on a certain theme. The theme of this week was to reflect on how healthcare and quality of […]

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National Conference

January 18th, 2018|0 Comments