The ACMAV originated as an association of medical practitioners of Chinese background but has since widened its membership to medical students and doctors with an interest in caring for Chinese patients. It is the Victorian chapter of the Australasian Council of Chinese Medical Associations (ACCMA). ACMAV is an affiliate of the Australian Medical Association (Victoria) and maintains active representation on the AMA (Vic) Council.
ACMAV acts as trustee of the ACMAV Health Promotion Trust and executes its educational and health promotion activities for the benefit of the Chinese Community of Victoria.
Through its educational, charitable and social activities, the ACMAV provides a forum for its members to interact on a professional and personal level, while focusing on the health needs of the local Chinese and broader communities.
ACMAV proudly recognises the support of Bank of Melbourne.
Our inaugural event to mark this partnership was held on Wednesday 22 June 2016 at Quanjude, Melbourne. With a full house and good food on the side, attendees were all ears for the advice from key speakers Mr Matt Manning and Mr William Lo. Taxation can be a proper quagmire to wade through, and it was helpful to be have take-home messages, case studies and robust discussion.
Thank you to Bank of Melbourne and to the speakers for a most informative evening.
Please join us for the next event on July 27 2016 – China: Grain to Pixel, an exclusive cocktail event for ACMAV members to attend a photographic exhibition curated by Pulitzer Prize winner Liu Heung Shing.
Monash Gallery of Art, 860 Ferntree Gully Rd, Wheelers Hill VIC 3150
7:0o – to 9:30 pm
Please click on the link below for more details.
Don’t miss this important event!
The ACMAV Conference 2016 is loaded with interesting speakers, topical issues, controversies, live entertainment and more!
A preliminary program will be uploaded soon – check the ‘ACMAV Conference 2016’ tab for updates, including earlybird registration.