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Rooms are still available.  If you need government per diem, you must request it by calling the hotel.  Below please find the list of hotel with available rooms.

La Quinta San Antonio Convention Center/Riverwalk
303 Blum Street, San Antonio, TX 78205
(P) 210-222-9181 | (F) 210-228-9816

Residence Inn San Antonio Downtown/Alamo Plaza
425 Bonham Street, San Antonio, TX 78205
(P) 210-352-4981 | (F) 210-212-5554

San Antonio Marriott Riverwalk  (NO PER DIEM AVAILABLE)
889 East Market Street, San Antonio, TX 78205
(P) 210-224-4555 | (F) 210-224-2754

San Antonio Marriott Rivercenter (NO PER DIEM AVAILABLE)
101 Bowie Street, San Antonio, TX 78205
(P) 210-223-1000 | (F) 210-223-6239

Grand Hyatt San Antonio  (NO PER DIEM AVAILABLE)
600 East Market Street, San Antonio, TX 78205
(P) 210-224-1234 | (F) 210-451-6162

The 2015 AMSUS Annual Continuing Education Meeting is Approved for Army and Defense Health Agency (DHA) Personnel

2015 AMSUS Annual Continuing Education Meeting Registration Rates

AMSUS Member
(Not a member? Join now and save up to $290)
$325 Federal Employee or Contractor $450
Non-Exhibiting Sustaining Member $325 Non-Federal Employee $700
Active Duty $450 Guest (non-CE eligible) $100

Need approval to attend the 2015 AMSUS Annual Continuing Education Meeting? Present this letter to your Approving Manager to help speed up the process.

The 2015 AMSUS Annual Meeting will take place in San Antonio, TX from December 1-4 at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center.  This year’s theme is Federal Health, the new normal.  This event is a collaborative educational meeting with something for everyone, including:

  • Plenary sessions from top leaders of federal health agencies. Speakers include:
    • David Shulkin, MD, Under Secretary of Health for the United States Department of Veterans Affairs
    • Dr. Jonathan Woodson, Assistant Secretary of Defense for Health Affairs
    • VADM Raquel Bono, MD, Director, Defense Health Agency
    • Brigadier Timothy Hodgetts, CBE, Medical Director, United Kingdom Defence Medical Services
    • RADM Sylvia Trent-Adams, US Deputy Surgeon General
    • Additional Senior Officials*
    • Dr. William Henrich, president, The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio
    • Opening day address by ADM Bill McRaven, former Navy Seal, now Chancellor of University of Texas


  • Over 60 hours of CE/CME credits
    • 20+ available to the diligent onsite attendee
    • Additional credits available online

  • Five concurrent educational tracks
    • Clinical operations
    • Global health
    • Operations and logistics
    • Psychological health
    • Military Health System updating current MHS and DHA status

  • Additional attractions not to be missed
    • Annual Awards Dinner with presentations from AMSUS, MHS and VHA
    • Over 125 exhibitors
    • WOUND AND BURN CARE CENTERS with hands-on opportunities
    • Poster session with presenters from around the world
    • Unparalleled networking opportunities
      • Colleagues from other federal agencies
      • International military medical officers
    • Battlefield Acupuncture introductory course
    • And more under development