The AMA (WA)'s COVID-19 response

The Australian Medical Association (WA) has always put the health of our community first. Our stand on COVID-19 has been no different.

AMA (WA) Webinars

The AMA (WA) runs a wide range of webinars to keep members up to date and informed. Missed a webinar? Recordings of our previous webinars can be found online!

News 31 May 2020
World No Tobacco Day 2020, Sunday 31 May: Our kids must be protected from the tobacco industry

The Australian Council on Smoking and Health, Cancer Council WA, and the Australian Medical Association…

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News 27 May 2020
WA Health Unions join together to close the COVID-19 workers’ compensation loophole

• Health Services Union WA (HSUWA) • United Workers Union (UWU) • Australian Medical Association…

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Training & Events 26 May 2020
The Last 90 Days: Health Policy & COVID-19 Webinar

Join the Australian Medical Association (WA) for a not-to-be-missed conversation between Professor Michael Kidd, Principal…

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Promoting the health interests of the people of Western Australia.

The AMA (WA) is the largest independent professional organisation for medical practitioners and medical students in the State, representing doctors across the public and private sectors, ranging from residents and registrars through to specialists and general practitioners.

Why I joined AMA (WA) – Dr Nooshin Rasool

"I am a GP obstetrician who found myself in an unexpected and daunting situation involving hospital bureaucracy. The AMA (WA) have been a professional, readily contactable and invaluable source of support for me over the past 6 months. I am incredibly grateful for the advocacy for myself and my colleagues. I cannot recommend this organisation highly enough."

Why I joined AMA (WA) – Dr Michael Page

"I joined the AMA because it was the right thing to do. It provides strong leadership and public advocacy for the entire medical profession, with patients at the centre of its cause. No other organisation does this. Whatever our individual views, we are always stronger together, and better able to fulfil our ultimate aims for the good of the profession and the public that we serve."