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Youth Friendly Doctor Training Program

Improve the way you engage, assess and treat young patients. The Youth Friendly Doctor (YFD) program is free for AMA (WA) members and is designed to equip doctors with the knowledge of the issues affecting young people and the skills to best manage them.

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Our public health system is near collapse with record ambulance ramping and inadequate beds.

 Our State deserves better – and now!

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Support team AMA (WA)

Drs Brendan McQuillan, Andrew Thompson, Niall Henry and Con Phatouros will be making the 260km ride from Busselton to Perth on 10 September. Get behind these docs as they jump in the saddle for a worthy cause.

News 13 Sep 2021
Bunbury Regional Hospital WorkSafe order shows calls for action by AMA (WA) more than justified

The Australian Medical Association (WA) has welcomed the WorkSafe order given to Bunbury Regional Hospital…

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News 9 Sep 2021
McGowan Govt abandons healthcare of WA community with operational budget cut over next two years

The AMA (WA) welcomes the increased capital expenditure in the 2021-22 State Budget, but a…

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News 7 Sep 2021
Hospitals on triple bypass, health system readying itself for cardiac arrest ahead of State Budget

The public health system has descended further into disarray, with Fiona Stanley, Sir Charles Gairdner…

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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."

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