June 27-July 1, 2018 • Renaissance Dallas • Dallas, TX
The ANPA Annual Meeting features three full-day meetings, providing participants’ knowledge related to the challenges facing minority health care providers in the provision of clinical and therapeutic services for diseases and conditions related to a variety of medical specialties. Collaboration is defined as a joint communication and decision-making process with the goal of satisfying the health care needs of a target population. The basis of collaboration is the belief that quality patient care is achieved by the contribution of all care providers. Team members determine the team’s mission and common goals: work interdependently to define and treat patient problems; and learn to accept and capitalize on disciplinary differences, differential power and overlapping roles.
Reserve your room at the Renaissance Dallas prior to June 5, 2018 to receive the special group rate of $139 per night plus tax. Make your reservations online at the following link:
For phone reservations, please call the Renaissance Dallas at 214-631-2222 and mention the ANPA Annual Conference.
Enjoy easy access to popular attractions near our hotel, including the Dallas Museum of Art, Market Hall and the Arts District. After a day of sightseeing or networking at a conference, escape to our elegantly designed hotel rooms featuring modern amenities. Take a dip in our outdoor rooftop pool or unwind at our well-equipped 24-hour fitness center. Catch up with friends and associates over complimentary hors d’ouevres and beverages at our exclusive Club Lounge. Enjoy farm-to-table cuisine at Asador, our signature restaurant, presenting fresh, seasonal ingredients from the fields straight to your plate.
For additional information about this hotel, visit http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/dalbr-renaissance-dallas-hotel/?scid=bb1a189a-fec3-4d19-a255-54ba596febe2
When arranging your flight travel to Dallas, you should book your travel to Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport (DFW).
United Airlines is pleased to offer a discount of 2%-10%*off of your air fare to/from the Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport when booking travel for the 2018 ANPA Convention & Scientific Assembly. To obtain the discount simply book your reservations online by clicking here and in the Offer Code box, enter ZER7 for domestic flights and international flights and agreement code 880168. You may also contact United reservations at 1-800-426-1122 and reference the offer code above.
AREA ATTRACTIONS & DISCOUNTS
AREA ATTRACTIONS & DISCOUNTS
From nature and science excursions to a one-of-a-kind experiences, there’s something for every member of the family. Grab the camera and make your way to your next BIG adventure.
Engage all five senses at the Perot Museum of Nature and Science.
You’ll see the Perot Museum as soon as you make your way into Downtown Dallas. The modern gray cube-shaped building, with its iconic glass-encased escalator, is home to 11 permanent exhibits and one-of-a-kind interactive displays, including an earthquake stimulator that will shake the ground beneath your feet. You can also race a cheeta or olympic runner and gaze at towering dinosaurs.
Explore Klyde Warren Park.
Klyde Warren Park has completely changed the way Dallasites and visitors enjoy the city. Connecting Downtown and the Arts District to residential Uptown, the 5.2-acre park sits atop a busy interstate, but you’d never know from the parks’ massive green space and abundance of trees. The parks’ busy activity schedule keeps visitors entertained with live performances, movie nights, a children’s area, a dog park and daily food trucks.
Head east of Downtown to the Rory Meyers Children’s Adventure Gardens in the Dallas Arboretum.
Each of the Rory Meyers Children’s Adventure Gardens’ 17 galleries overlooks beautiful White Rock Lake. Highlights include the Texas Skywalk, a walkway high in the trees perfect for spotting local birds and nests, and the Texas Native Wetlands gallery, a boardwalk adventure through grass tunnels to see plants and animals in their native habitats. Learning has never been so fun.
Get a true Texas experience at the Great Trinity Forest, home to Texas Horse Park.
Trek out on the park’s beautifully preserved trails for a horse ride with the family. Located only eight miles south of Downtown, Texas Horse Park sits on a section of the Great Trinity Forest that was part of Davy Crockett’s legacy and a large Native American archeological site. Now, the whole family can enjoy an authentic trail ride through the serene Texas woodlands.
Get lost in the savannah at the Dallas Zoo.
Named one of the “20 Best Zoos” by USA Today, the Dallas Zoo offers a global perspective on wildlife and their habitats. Catch a glimpse of the zoo’s Golden Girls, a herd of elephants that call the Elephants of the Savannah exhibit home. For a more hands-on experience, the giraffe ridge is the place to be for an eye-level encounter as you hand feed the tallest animal on land.
See Dallas from 500 feet at Reunion Tower’s GeO-Deck.
The most recognizable building on the iconic Dallas skyline sits at the western end of Downtown. At GeO-Deck, you can enjoy the view from more than 300 feet and interact with Halo, the deck’s digital information system, to learn about Dallas and its landmarks. A nightly light show lights up the Dallas sky and occasionally sends out congratulatory messages to our local sports teams
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