Established in 1941, the Arizona Veterinary Medical Association (AzVMA) is over 1000 veterinarian members strong. In addition we have over 100 allied industry members who are representatives of the veterinary business community. AzVMA supports the Veterinary Health Care Team of Arizona (VHCTAz), a professional membership organization for all veterinary staff, which boasts a membership of nearly 700. Our robust continuing education program includes over 20 meetings per year for both veterinarians and staff, as well as an annual state conference. AzVMA is a resource of information for members and publishes newsletters for AzVMA and VHCTAz. We have a legislative representative who is the watchdog for all issues that may affect veterinary medicine in Arizona.
Mission Statement The mission of the Arizona Veterinary Medical Association (AzVMA) is to promote excellence in veterinary medicine by providing a forum for the veterinary community to address issues related to animal and human health and welfare, education, legislation, public information and practice management through active involvement of its members.
Board Members The AzVMA board is composed of five officers and twelve directors who represent six different regions in the state. Directors are voted into office by the membership and serve three year terms. Officers are voted into office for one year terms for each successive position they are elected to serve. For a list of our current board members and their business contact information click the following link. AzVMA Board Members
Contact Us Arizona Veterinary Medical Association
100 W. Coolidge St., Phoenix, AZ 85013
Phone: 602.242.7936 • Fax: 602.249.3828
Director of Administration &
Director of Special Projects
Director of Education
Legislative Representative Susan C. Stevens Stevens & Stevens, P.C. • 602-265-4370
How to Join If you are a veterinarian who is not a current member of the association, we invite you to join by submitting your membership application. There are 3 simple steps. learn moreGo directly to new member page to submit your application.
If you are a representative of a company that provides goods or services to veterinary hospitals, please go to the allied page to learn more about becoming an allied industry member.