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Incorporated in 1979, the organization was initially funded with small grants to support a small range of programs. In the three decades since, AzAAP continues to play a vital role in child-oriented public health initiatives, including programs that work to increase early childhood literacy, fight childhood obesity, ensure that all Arizona children are immunized against infectious diseases, and guarantee that our children have the best health care available to them by providing the highest quality of continuing education to the professionals who care for them.

The Arizona Chapter is proud to boast a history of national accolades that includes being recognized multiple times as a Chapter of Excellence by the American Academy of Pediatrics.

Today, AzAAP is proud to be Arizona’s leading voice in pediatric care.



















































































 






History

Incorporated in 1979, the organization was initially founded to play a vital role in child-oriented public health initiatives. Grants funded a small range of programs. In the more than three decades since, the Arizona Chapter has grown significantly in its impact and scope. Our membership boasts more than 900 pediatric and allied health professionals supporting and championing key child health programs, services and issues from all regions of the state. Efforts include early childhood literacy, fighting childhood obesity, ensuring that all Arizona children are immunized against infectious diseases, and guaranteeing that our children have the best health care available to them by providing the highest quality of continuing education to the professionals who care for them.

The Arizona Chapter is proud to boast a history of national honors and accolades that includes being recognized multiple times as a Chapter of Excellence by the American Academy of Pediatrics.

Today, AzAAP is proud to be Arizona’s leading voice in pediatric care.














































Saturday, July 22, 2017 8:30 AM • Ability360 Conference Center 5025 E Washington St, Ste 204 Phoenix, AZ 85034
Monday, July 24, 2017 7:30 AM • Phoenix Children's Hospital Ambulatory Building, 3rd Floor Neuroscience Classroom
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