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Hello WI PA's,

PLEASE join WAPA- kinda like our founding fathers wanted the States to have more power, only by joining your states PA organization can you help positively effect the future of the PA profession!  listen in on this:

 

Dear Wisconsin PA,  

Reminder - Important Wisconsin PA Webinar on Thursday, April 26, 2018 at 7 PM (CT) - details below

 

 

Please join WAPA and AAPA leaders to discuss WI PA Law Modernization and review the materials WAPA and AAPA have created to help YOU discuss these much needed changes with your colleagues, physicians, administrators, employers, local county medical societies, and other interested parties.

 


 

Thursday, April 26, 2018 at 7 PM (CT)

Dial-in Number (US): (701) 801-1211

Access Code: 625-478-179

Join the Online Meeting: https://join.startmeeting.com/aapa93

 


 

Please join us and make sure that you have a full understanding of what WAPA is trying to accomplish to ensure that PA practice in WI is sustainable into the future and our important collaborative relationship with our physician partners is protected.

 

 

We have big plans to bring much needed legislative changes to the WI State Legislature in Spring of 2019 and we need EVERY WI-PA's help!

 

 

I look forward to talking with you!

 

 

Tara Streit, PA-C

WAPA President-Elect

 

Wisconsin Academy of Physician Assistants 
N83 W13410 Leon Road 
Menomonee Falls, WI 53051
(414) 253-8188 /
info@wapa.org

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