Annual Dinner

AMA (WA) Awards Night and Charity Gala Dinner

The AMA (WA) would like to invite you and your guests to attend the 2018 AMA (WA) Charity Gala Dinner and Awards Night on Saturday 30 June. To be held in the luxurious Grand Ballroom at the Hyatt Regency Perth, the Gala Dinner and Awards Night is the premier event on the AMA (WA)’s annual calendar and raises funds for the Dr YES program.


The night is also an opportunity to celebrate the achievements of those who have made significant contributions to the health of West Australians – both from a clinical perspective as well as those who have contributed to general public health issues


It will be a magical night of celebration entertainment and prizes. Book now! Tickets are strictly limited.


To reserve your table, please complete the booking form. Once successfully registered, you will be redirected to the home page and a confirmation email will be sent to you.  Alternatively, contact Skye Connor on 9273 3028 or


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