AMA (WA) 2014 Charity Gala Dinner and Awards Night

AMA (WA) 2014 Charity Gala Dinner and Awards Night


Friday 28 February 2014

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Bookings are now open for the annual AMA (WA) Charity Gala Dinner and Awards Night on Saturday, 7 June 2014.
This year’s event, with the theme of “Old Hollywood”, will be a stylish occasion to celebrate individuals and organisations who have made exceptional contributions to health and medicine in Western Australia.

 

The night offers a rare chance to spend quality time with leaders of the health industry in WA. It will also be a great opportunity to catch up with friends and colleagues over some wonderful food and wine, while enjoying world class entertainment.

 

As usual, the night aims to raise funds for the AMA Foundation to continue the very important work done by our Dr YES (Youth Education Sessions) school sessions. The award winning Dr YES program – run and delivered by volunteer medical students – has achieved great success over many years in tackling the worrying impact of drug and alcohol abuse by young people. Dr YES also tackles sexual and mental health issues, including the growing problem of bullying via the misuse of social media.

 

The Gala Dinner will be held at the BelleVue Ballroom at the Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre and will begin with pre-dinner drinks at 6.30pm. Dress is ‘Old Hollywood Glamour’/Black Tie [optional].

 

For more information and bookings, please click here, or contact Skye Connor by phone on 9273 3027 or email.

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