The Australian Salaried Medical Officers’ Federation is the Australian trade union representing salaried doctors. ASMOF’s objectives are to:


  • Promote the broad interests of salaried doctors
  • Provide services to its members, including representation before industrial tribunals and in negotiations with employers
  • Advocate the provision and development of quality health services


ASMOF is a federation comprised of branches in all Australian States and Territories, including a Commonwealth branch. Membership includes all levels of medical practitioners – interns, residents, registrars, hospital specialists, consultants, medical academics, medical administrators and salaried doctors generally.


Notification for the ASMOF WA Branch Annual General Meeting


Please be advised that the Annual General Meeting of the ASMOF WA Branch will take place on:


  • Monday 23 October 2017 at 6.15 pm
  • At the Australian Medical Association  offices – 14 Stirling Highway Nedlands WA 6009.


The purpose of the meeting will be to receive the audited financial reports for the last financial year (Jan 1 2016 to December 31 2016). 

If you intend to attend this meeting could you please reply to Rowena Scott at our office at or by phone on 9273 3000 by close of business on 20 October 2017.


Attached is a copy of the unsigned reports that will be formally received at the General Meeting. If members would like a formal copy of the documents, please contact Rowena Scott on 9273 3000 or at


The meeting will also receive reports from the President on the Branches activities undertaken in 2016.





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