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D.O. Day at the Legislature

D.O. Day at the Legislature

The D.O. Day at the Legislature provides a great opportunity to get an up close view of the legislative process and to meet your legislators. The day begins with an orientation followed by presentations from key legislators on healthcare issues. AOMA will help you set up individual meetings with your legislators and you will have the opportunity to attend House or Senate hearings throughout the day.

 

 

2017 D.O. Day at the Legislature

Who: D.O.s and osteopathic medical students
What: Wear your white coat and meet with legislators, accompanied by an AOMA member D.O. Additionally, leadership from the Governor’s office and the Senate and House Health committees will come and speak to the group.
Where: Arizona State Legislature, 1700 W. Washington St., Phoenix, AZ 85007
When: Tuesday, February 21, 2017
Why: To discuss issues impacting osteopathic medicine.
How: Registration will be available on the AOMA website.

 

Photos from D.O. Day 2016

 

More than 50 osteopathic medical students from AZCOM and SOMA attended D.O. Day.

 Rep. Heather Carter, Chair of the House Health Committee, addresses the group during the event.

 

AOMA Health Policy Fellows participated in a panel discussion about the importance of advocacy.  Left to right: Scott Steingard, D.O., Shannon Scott, D.O., Christopher Labban, D.O., and Kit McCalla, D.O.

 

 

Rep. Eric Meyers, M.D., makes a point during his presentation to the D.O. Day attendees.