Sponsorship Opportunities

The AMA (WA) runs a number of high profile professional and social events throughout the year. These events offer outstanding corporate sponsorship opportunities for businesses and organisations interested in reaching the WA medical profession.

Who Attends AMA (WA) Events?


AMA (WA) events attract attendees from the wide spectrum of medical professionals practicing in WA. Some events are targeted towards specific specialities, others encompass all the following crafts:

  • General practitioners
  • Specialists
  • Salaried medical officers
  • Academics
  • Interns
  • Medical students
  • Practice staff

What Sponsorship Opportunities Are Available?


The number and type of events run by AMA (WA) varies from year to year but typically includes:

  • Clinical conference
  • Annual dinner
  • Charity golf day
  • Cocktail evenings
  • Training seminars
  • Workshops
Sponsoring one of these AMA (WA) events gives businesses and organisations the chance to showcase their products, information and services in both professional and social surroundings, with unprecedented access to members of WA’s medical profession.For details of upcoming sponsorship opportunities please contact Des Michael on (08) 9273 3056
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