The AMA House of Delegates, also known as the “House” or the “HOD,” is the principal policy-making body of the AMA. This democratic forum represents the views and interests of a diverse group of member physicians from more than 170 societies. These delegates meet twice per year to establish policy on health, medical, professional and governance matters, as well as the principles within which the AMA’s business activities are conducted.
About the House of Delegates
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Resources for Delegates
- Access the Guidelines for Responding to Request (PDF, members only) for delegate contact and meeting information
- Find Information for Delegates and Societies in the House of Delegates
- Explore the House of Delegates Pictorial Directory (sign-in required) for delegate contact information
- Vote for the specialty society to represent you in the HOD using the Specialty Society ballot
Find information and meeting details for the Specialty and Service Society.