The association says information brochures will be handed out at doctor's offices starting next month that accuse the government of not honouring a fee agreement that was reached before the last election.
Association president Michael Giuffre (joo-free) says the brochures will inform patients about the dispute and how they can contact their member of the legislature.
In November, the government imposed a four-year, $463-million wage package on physicians after months of talks.
The association and the government are expected to resume formal contract talks with the help of a mediator early in the new year.
Health Minister Fred Horne has said the association needs to understand that there is a limit to what the government can afford to spend on physicians.