Welcome to the Alaska Medical Group Management Association

The Alaska Medical Group Management Association (AKMGMA) is a professional organization comprised of group practice administrators, managers, health care executives, consultants and vendors located throughout Alaska. AKMGMA provides resources essential to enhance the skills required of medical practice management professionals by offering educational programs, federal and state updates affecting the medical practice, as well as networking opportunities. AKMGMA is a pathway to meet with colleagues to share ideas, experiences, and problems and solutions.


April 5 – 7, 2018

The Hotel Alyeska ~ Girdwood, AK


Registration: Click here for REGISTRATION TODAY.  All meals and social functions are included with the registration fee. When completing registration you can pay by credit card or choose to have an invoice sent to you. Guests are encouraged and may attend for an additional fee per guest, per event. Hotel accommodations are not included in the registration fee but are available at a reduced rate.
Fees: Pre-Conference is Free for Members, $50 for Non-Members
Conference: $300 for Members; $420 for Non-Members (Includes Membership for 1 year, a $120 value!)
Click here for the full Conference Brochure
Hotel: The Alyeska Prince Lodge is our conference hotel. The discounted group rate is $169.00. This rate has been guaranteed now through March 5, 2018.  Attendees must identify themselves as being part of AKMGMA Conference to ensure the special rate. Deposit is fully refundable up to 48 hours prior to 4:00 PM on the scheduled day of arrival. Guests may call Room Reservations to make individual reservations at 907-754-2111 or 800-880-3880.

Association Goals:

  • Development and promotion of educational programs for members and support personnel by conducting periodic educational meetings, providing diversified speakers in all areas which influence and affect medical group management.
  • Provide a network of managers who are available to share ideas and information to help solve common problems.
  • Increase membership in a manner that will strengthen the organization in the further achievement of its organizational objectives.
  • Cooperate with other organizations having similar goals and objectives.