News Update


Who are we?

AIMA is democratic and national organization that aims to unite and inspire Muslim healthcare and serve humanity. AIMA organizational structure comprises of a central and branches in states and territories of Australia. Muslim healthcare professionals form the significant proportion of the Australian Health Workforce. Our membership body reflects the diversity of professions, grades, ethnicities and localities with the Muslims workforce

Recent Events

AIMA holds its first inaugural conference

More than 300 medical professionals joined the two-day inaugural conference of the Australian Islamic Medical Association (AIMA) in Sydney on Sat 13-Sun 14 May 2023 and while networking discussed a variety of topics intersecting modern medicine and Islamic ethics.

Message from The Hon. Jihad Dib

Minister for Customer Service and Digital Government, Minister for Emergency Services, and Minister for Youth Justice

AIMA Recognised by NSW Parliament

Hon Minister Sophie Cotsis, MP, Member for Canterbury and Minister for Workplace Health and Safety and Industrial Relations, speaking in NSW Parliament on 24th May 2023, acknowledging and appreciating the Australian Islamic Medical Association (AIMA) national conference and various health promotion and prevention activities done by AIMA members

It’s great to note such formal recognition in NSW Parliament highlighted and acknowledged the positive contributions of Australian Muslim healthcare professionals who are working together on AIMA’s platform, serving and giving back positively to the Australian community in many ways.

Upcoming Events

CPR & Defibrillator training at Cranbourne Masjid
Saturday 19 August

AIMA Meeting: Health Professionals in Riverina

Sunday 20 August

CPR & Defibrillator training at Penhurst Mosque
Friday 25 August

Leadership course – From character building to career transformation
Sat 8 – Sun 9 June 2024


We are a democratic independent, non-for-profit grassroots organization for Muslims Healthcare Professionals in Australia.


To inspire physical, spiritual and emotional well-being amongst our members and the broader community.


Our vision is to inspire Muslim Healthcare Professionals to unite in service of our patients and profession. Our volunteer-led campaigns impact the lives of thousands across the Australia and overseas.