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The Arizona Medical Association (ArMA) Annual Meeting was held Saturday, June 1, 2019.  The Annual Meeting marked the inauguration of a new president, elections of officers, and voting on policy and business matters. The President’s Awards Banquet was held on Saturday evening to honor the work of physicians, community members and organizations improving health care in Arizona.

The Role of the House of Delegates

The House of Delegates constitutes the voting body of ArMA and is composed of representatives from county medical societies, direct members, medical students, residents, and specialty and subspecialty societies. The House elects all officers and directors of the Association. The president, immediate past president and outgoing past president assume their offices in the year next following their terms as president-elect, president, and immediate and past president. Members of the Association who are officers or trustees of the American Medical Association, shall automatically be members of the board, without election. The House votes on all memorials and resolutions presented to it; instructs the Board on its wishes respecting the operations of the Association; when necessary, amends the Association Bylaws.

The 2020 Annual meeting will be held on Friday and Saturday, April 17-18, 2020 at the Wild Horse Pass Hotel & Casino.  

Submitting Resolutions

Resolutions may be proposed by the Board, any member of the House, any county society, any committee or section of the Association, the Resolutions Committee, or by any ArMA member or ArMA constituency. All resolutions should be accompanied by a fiscal note where appropriate. If you have questions about submitting a resolution, contact Susan Brown. Resolution are must be submitted by March 1, 2020.  

Resume of 2019 Annual Meeting

Compendium of ArMA Policies, updated June 1, 2019

ArMA Bylaws, updated June 1, 2019