Membership of the Australian Medical Association (WA) gives you access to a comprehensive range of professional and workplace relations services including:
The AMA (WA) is dedicated to representing members and achieving positive outcomes. Through the collective power of our members, we deliver tangible outcomes by influencing the policy decisions that impact your work.
The AMA (WA)’s proud history of negotiating significant increases to salary rates and allowances, as well as major improvements in working conditions has benefited salaried practitioners over many years.
Are you CPD Home Ready?
From 2024, doctors will no longer be able to self-manage CPD - with compulsory accredited CPD home subscription required.
At CPD Home, we aim to make this transition easier. Our platform offers a template for writing your CPD Plan, an extensive catalogue to support your registered scope(s) of practice, and a responsive CPD tracker to monitor your progress against our CPD Home Program.
CPD activities completed through our Certified Learning Providers will be added to your tracker. You can also upload CPD records and evidence of learning you completed independently. Your annual CPD Statement of Completion and CPD reports are easily generated at the end of the CPD Year.
Local Industrial Representation
Rosters, payslips, overtime, leave entitlements – your rights and obligations in relation to all these things can be confusing and difficult to understand. Members of the AMA (WA) have access to experts who provide specialist advice and assistance to doctors about these issues.
For private practitioners, the AMA (WA) provides personalised advice and employment contract templates for practices to ensure compliance with the Fair Work Act 2009.
Individual members can also access:
AMA (WA) assistance in relation to resolving disputes with their employees.
AMA (WA) representation if your practice has been the subject of unfair dismissal claims.
Professional Advice & Assistance
The AMA (WA) provides a conciliation service on behalf of individual members who are the subject of patient or colleague complaints.
Our staff offers members assistance and advice on:
Attendance at court as a witness;
Privacy and confidentiality; and
Managing difficult patients.
We also offer support, advice and representation on:
Medical Board and registration issues;
College training and program issues; and
Discrimination and bullying matters.
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
Member Exclusive Events, Seminars & Workshops
The AMA (WA) hosts a range of events, seminars and workshops throughout the year to enhance your skills and knowledge across a range of areas. We focus on topics that are of interest and relevance to medical practitioners and practice managers.
As a member of the AMA (WA), you receive a range of journals and publications containing up-to-date clinical research, analysis and reviews, practice updates and thought-provoking editorials.
AMA (WA) members receive:
Medicus - 11 editions of our award-winning magazine every year;