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AUSTRALIAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION (WA)
The AMA (WA) 2017 Annual Report can be viewed by AMA (WA) members here. Previous reports are available on request.
The AMA (WA) Constitution was updated in 2018 to reflect requirements under the Associations Incorporation Act 2015.
The amended 2018 AMA (WA) Constitution can be viewed here
Please contact the AMA (WA) if you have any questions about the AMA (WA) Constitution.
The AMA (WA) looks after the professional and industrial needs of members at all stages of their careers, and is committed to advancing the medical profession. The Association is dedicated to protecting individual members and the collective interests of all doctors, be they working in WA’s public hospital system, running a private practice or providing services in community health centres in the rural and remote parts of the state.
Our highly professional secretariat specialises in providing members with advice and support across a range of issues including workplace relations, legislative and regulatory, and business advice and training tailored to the medical profession. As a member of the AMA you are part of the nation’s peak medical group representing over 28,000 doctors Australia-wide.
The AMA (WA) negotiates and lobbies policy makers to represent the views and interests of the medical profession and to promote the welfare of patients to all those associated with the provision of health care within Western Australia and at a federal level.
We maintain constant contact and dialogue with state and federal governments, and have close relationships with many different organisations whose activities affect the outcomes the AMA (WA) is working towards. These include hospital services, healthcare providers, Medicare and private health insurers, academia and numerous royal colleges. In addition, we seek to maintain influence and contact with a large cross section of NGOs, affiliated bodies, allied health professionals and other associated organisations.
Patient care and public health are high priorities to members of the AMA, and the AMA (WA) also campaigns tirelessly for the rights of patients, better public health services, guaranteed freedom of choice in the private system and the right to retain access to Australia’s high standards of medicine. The AMA campaigns on welfare issues affecting a community of over 2.1 million patients across the state of WA.