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Join Us for LACMA's Annual Legislative Day in Partnership with CMA

Updated: Jun 27

By Henry Rogers, Los Angeles County Medical Association Government Affairs


Los Angeles County Medical Association (LACMA) is proud to announce its annual Legislative Day, in collaboration with the California Medical Association (CMA), scheduled to take place on April 9th and 10th. This event serves as a crucial platform for healthcare professionals to help lead discussions on vital healthcare matters and advocate for policies that will shape the future of healthcare delivery in California.


The two-day event promises a lineup of critical public policy meetings with legislative leaders, providing an opportunity for healthcare professionals to engage directly with policymakers on issues that impact the day-to-day delivery of care. From addressing healthcare access and affordability to advancing patient-centered solutions, Legislative Day offers a platform to voice concerns and advocate for meaningful change.


Throughout the event, we will be covering critical healthcare issues that are at the forefront of our collective agenda. These discussions will delve into topics such as healthcare equity, physician workforce challenges, healthcare infrastructure, and more. By participating in Legislative Day, attendees will have the opportunity to contribute to the development of policies that directly affect their practice and patients.


We need your help and voice to speak directly to our legislative partners and ensure that the concerns and perspectives of healthcare professionals are heard and considered in the policymaking process. Your participation is crucial in shaping the future of healthcare in our state and advocating for policies that support the well-being of both patients and providers.

Don't miss this opportunity to make a difference and be a part of the conversation on critical healthcare issues. Register now to secure your spot at LACMA's Annual Legislative Day in partnership with CMA.


Thank you for your continued support and commitment to advancing healthcare advocacy in California.

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