Washington Academy of Physician Assistants

Front row: Bob Puett, Constance Huynh, Sarra Vashchenko
Back row: Dale Sanderson, Randall Kelly, Linda Dale, Lyn Storm, Lyle Larson, Kate White Tudor, Lou Koncz, Leanne Brink, Jennifer Winter, Marc Stewart, MD, Betty Stewart, Gabrielle Zecha

 

Message from the President - October 2017

Constance D. Huynh, PA-C, MPH

WAPA, in conjunction with our physician allies, were successful in preventing Resolutions B-7 and C-18 from being approved by the WSMA HOD! Both resolutions were referred to the joint WSMA/WAPA workgroup for decision.

Hard work always pays off as was the case this past weekend at the Washington State Medical Association (WSMA) Annual Conference on October 14–15 where your WAPA contingent tirelessly worked to defeat two resolutions: Resolution B-7 and Resolution C-18. More

 

Opioid Prescribing: ESHB 1427 Implementation

Meetings and dates between November 2017 to March 2018

WAPA Membership

We are dedicated to the promotion of our profession and need your support for its continued growth. Each Physician Assistant in this state is important to our organization. There is strength in numbers, and we need to watch issues such as reimbursement, practice laws and work on continuing to publicize our great profession.

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WAPA 29th Annual Recertification Review Course and Spring Conference

April 28 – May 1, 2018
Join us for over 30 hours of Category I CME
Even if you are not up for recertification, this conference is a wonderful basic review for any health care provider. We welcome everyone to attend and hope you will join us. 

New Venue: Seattle Airport Marriott Hotel
3201 S. 176th St
Seattle, WA 98188


WSMA 2018 Legislative Summit is January 31, 2018

The Washington State Medical Association Legislative Summit is a yearly event held in Olympia that gives WSMA members a chance to learn about the legislative issues critical to the practice of medicine. Join WAPA with your Physician Colleagues and help take our advocacy message directly to state legislators.