The Norwegian Medical Association (Norwegian: Den norske lægeforening 1886-2008, since 2008 Den norske legeforening) was founded in 1886. It has more than 22,000 members, or about 94% of all Norwegian doctors. Torunn Janbu is the current president of the association. It is affiliated with the Federation of Norwegian Professional Associations.
- Executive Committee (9 members)
- County Divisions (19)
- Occupational branches (7)
- Specialty Branches (59)
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