Fighting on for FIFO health

Fighting on for FIFO health


Friday 12 September 2014

It has long been accepted that the Australian Medical Association is a major player when it comes to setting the public health agenda in Western Australia.   Major steps in the way our society and our government approach health issues …


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Meeting Vice President Dr Andrew Miller


Monday 28 July 2014

(AMA) WA Vice President Dr Andrew Miller will be well known to both members and the general public alike after a swathe of media appearances over the past fortnight. But who exactly is the man behind the words? Dr Miller …


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Humbled, ready and very willing


Wednesday 18 June 2014

It is with great humility that I write to you, my colleagues, as President of the Australian Medical Association Western Australia. I now follow in the footsteps of the great Alastair Mackellar who operated on me at Princess Margaret Hospital …


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President’s Diary


Thursday 22 May 2014

Fights fought and lessons learnt   The past 24 months have been the busiest of my life – juggling the duties and responsibilities that come with being President of the AMA (WA), practising as a GP in the burgeoning city …


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President’s Diary


Monday 17 February 2014

Meeting with Minister for Health   AMA (WA) President, Dr Richard Choong, met with Dr Kim Hames in late January this year.  The following Agenda items were discussed.  For additional information on any of these topics, email AMA (WA).   Memorandum …


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