Leadership Councils

Leadership Councils are private communities bringing together executive leaders to privately swap ideas,  discuss strategies, and share solutions. The Councils provide a trusted environment to overcome unique roadblocks, demonstrate your expertise, and strengthen your network.

There are 12 Councils with membership based on role (not title):

In addition, AMGA is proud to currently offer two Special Interest Councils:

  • Women in Leadership is open to all women, regardless of role or career stage, at any AMGA medical group. This Council is unique in how it spans all roles and the entire career ladder.​
  • Emerging Leaders is open to new and up-and-coming medical group leaders. For more information on eligibility and the definition of an emerging leader, please click here.

Resources available exclusively to members of the Leadership and Special Interest include:

  • Private webinars and face-to-face meetings featuring people "in your shoes" talking about their real world experiences.
  • A listserv (with archives) for you to take advantage of your peers' collective knowledge.
  • A resource library with downloadable policies, procedures, presentations, and more.

Council resources are accessible on AMGA Communities.


What Our Members Say

“Simply put, if you’re an AMGA member, you need to have your executive team in the Leadership Councils. The comradery and trust allows you to frankly discuss the issues your group is facing. This sharing is a great way to not only grow your network, but also to tap into the vast experiences and knowledge the other members have.”
– Todd Staub, M.D., FACP, Chairman of the Board, ProHealth Physicians, Inc.

“I’ve had the privilege of serving as Chair of the CFO and CAO/COO Councils. I’ve found a great deal of value and actionable insight through the sharing that naturally happens at the closed-door meetings and through the private listserv. These forums let you frankly discuss the issues you’re facing and learn from what others are doing. This type of collaboration remains tremendously helpful to me today and I’d strongly suggest getting your executive team involved. The Leadership Councils are a great chance to connect with some of the most innovative and respected people in health care.”
– Thomas S. Nantais, M.B.A., Executive Vice President for Adult Ambulatory Operations, Vanderbilt University Medical Center


For more information on individual Councils, please contact Joe DeLisle at JDeLisle@amga.org.