South Jersey Catholic Medical Guild of the Diocese of Camden

A CHARTERED MEMBER of the Catholic Medical Association 

Upholding the Principles of the Catholic Faith in the Science and Practice of Medicine

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The Philadelphia-based National Catholic Medical Association is open to all those who are involved in the mission of healing. Formed in 1932, the organization has provided support and education for those who have chosen a vocation in the medical field. For information on membership, visit


The South Jersey Catholic Medical Association of the Diocese of Camden was chartered in the summer of 2003.  In the summer of 2018 the organization attained Guild status and continues with the support of The Most Reverend Dennis J. Sullivan, D.D., Bishop of Camden.  It is currently an autonomous chapter, but it shares the goals of the National Catholic Medical Association which is headquartered in Philadelphia.


The purpose of South Jersey Catholic Medical Guild is to profess and uphold the principles of the Catholic faith and morality as related to the science of medicine. It does this by offering opportunities for prayer and for education. It also serves to enable Catholic physicians to know one another better and to work together with a deeper mutual support and understanding.

Why Become a Member?

"Being a member allows me to remain grounded in my faith as a I practice medicine and make decisions in healthcare. It lso allows me to network with likeminded people to discuss relevant topics in our profession." Dr. Anthony Wehbe, DO

"I view my profession as a physician as a vocation. I incorporate the Catholic values that were instilled in me through my upbringing in every decision I make and I always make sure I am true to the teachings of the Catholic Church. It is a privilege to serve as a healthcare provider." Dr. Anthony Wehbe, DO

"People inspire me everyday." Dr. Anthony Wehbe, DO