Mark your calendars and plan to join maternal-child health providers from across Georgia as plans are being finalized for the 34th Annual GPA Conference – We hope you will join us!
Greeting from Georgia Perinatal Association. Thank you for being a part of the 34th Annual Georgia Perinatal Association Conference and Meeting.
Your colleagues on the GPA board have worked hard throughout the year planning and putting together what should be an excellent networking and learning event. We hope you find it energizing, engaging and enjoyable.
Please enjoy your surroundings while learning, networking, and talking with the many exhibitors at this year’s conference. In addition, for the second year, we are proud to have Key Sponsors supporting the conference activities. All represent a wide range of services and products essential to providers and families we serve. Please take time to thank them for their support of Georgia Perinatal Association’s mission and its members.
The GPA tradition of including a Silent Auction continues this year. Make sure you stop by the auction and bid on the array of items available. It is donations such as this that help support GPA’s mission and permit us to host your annual conference. Once again, welcome and thank you. It is you, the members of GPA, who drive the mission and goals of the organization. Your feedback, input, and continued participation in events sponsored by GPA that will strengthen the organization and enhance the health of families in Georgia.
Enjoy your stay, have fun, relax, and learn.
Dan Eller, MD
President, Georgia Perinatal Association
The Georgia Perinatal Association (GPA). Georgia Perinatal Association (GPA) is a 501c3,
multidisciplinary organization dedicated to the promotion of improved pregnancy and infant outcomes throughout Georgia. Its members are committed to excellence in care gained through high level provider education, health advocacy information and collaboration with like-minded partners. GPA is the GA state chapter of the National Perinatal Association. This meeting provides valuable opportunities for interaction and exchange between perinatal professionals and industry organizations whose common mission is to improve outcomes through the delivery of high-quality, evidenced-based care. WHO Code. GPA strives to adhere to the WHO code of marketing of breast milk substitutes.
St. Simons Island is one of Georgia’s Golden Isles, lying midway between Savannah, Georgia and Jacksonville, Florida. The islands are a popular resort playground, offering a mix of natural beauty, rich history and quaint charm, coupled with the allure of inviting year-round weather. The King and Prince offers guests a complete resort experience, including oceanfront dining at ECHO, beachfront activities to horseback riding, tennis, biking and fishing. A variety of tours are available that provide samplings of the area’s history and culture, whether by foot, bike, trolley or boat.
Accommodations. Ocean Front Rooms at $167 per night; Partial Ocean View Rooms at $157 per night; Resort View Rooms at $146 per night; Standard Room at $135 per night. To book a room, call 800-342-0212 and mention the Georgia Perinatal Association. To get this rate, rooms must be booked by Friday, August 21, 2020.