The AMSUS Annual Meeting is the only one of its kind to bring military healthcare professionals together as well as International Delegates. Throughout attendees have the ability to receive CE from world renowned speakers, network across services nationally and internationally, and view demonstrations of the latest technology in healthcare. Our exhibit hall offers different exhibitors composed of VA hospitals, non-profit organizations, medical device manufactures, mobile medical units, and pharmaceutical companies.
The exhibits are considered an extension of the educational program. This medium of medical education and information exchange provides an advantageous method of reaching key health-care personnel responsible for the delivery of high quality and efficient federal health-care. They determine the requisitioning and allocation of medical and paramedical supplies, hospital equipment, and services throughout the vast federal patient care market.
The exhibits program is focused on agency and commercial products and services designed to be of interest to members and guests visiting the exhibits. Special emphasis will be on pharmaceuticals, diagnostic, laboratory, x-ray, therapeutic equipment and systems, hospital operational and management equipment and services, furniture, casualty handling equipment, publications and books, and general medical supplies.
This year we anticipate over 1,000 attendees to walk the show floor, including a wide variety of leadership staff, physicians, and nurses. Our attendees vary among active and retired military, and those within the private sector.
If you wish to reach the federal healthcare and medical military audience, you will not want to miss out on securing a booth at our meeting.
Organized in 1891 and chartered by Congress in 1903, AMSUS is a non-profit, 501(c)3, organization for federal and international health professionals. AMSUS helps advance the knowledge of healthcare and increase the effectiveness of its members. It is dedicated to all aspects of federal medicine - professional, scientific, educational and administrative. Presently our nearly 8,000 members represent all healthcare disciplines and serve in the Active and Reserve Components of all the uniformed services, as well as the Department of Veterans Affairs and other Federal Agencies.
Secretory of Veterans Affairs