Two Women Now Lead Major Muslim Medical Organization

LOMBARD, Ill. — Dr. Marium Husain and Dr. Anam Tariq, longtime leaders and supporters of the Islamic Medical Association of North America (IMANA) will serve as the organization’s first time female president and vice president duo. Husain is heavily involved with IMANA’s work to improve public health education and domestic projects related to food insecurity, women’s health, reproductive health, and climate change. Tariq has long worked to promote public health education and access to preventive care with IMANA and the World Health Organization. Husain and Tariq assume their roles as IMANA continues to respond to the global COVID pandemic and organize international public health missions.

IMANA Pays Off Community’s Debt

On the domestic relief forefront, the Islamic Medical Association of North America (IMANA) is proud to launch a medical debt program. With the COVID-19 Pandemic looming over us, we believe NO ONE should avoid seeking medical care due to costs.