Toowoomba and District Local Medical Association

Established soon after World War II as a branch of the Australian Medical Association, TDDLMA lays claim to being the oldest Local Medical Association in Queensland.

TDDLMA became an independent body following its incorporation. However, ties with the Queensland Branch of the AMA remain via observers at their Board meetings and indemnification of statements issued by the Association's President as a member of the AMA.

Apart from representing the collective interests and concerns of its members, TDDLMA is active in promoting:

      • Postgraduate Education in collaboration with GP Connections
      • Public Health Education in collaboration with NGO's and Voluntary Organisations
      • Health Planning in an advisory capacity with Queensland Health
      • Social Events including Welcome Functions for New Doctors, LMA Golf Day, and others.

Please join and become involved.

AMA Queensland President Visit

On Wednesday 22nd August we welcomed Dr Dilip Dhupelia, the newly elected state president, and former Toowoomba GP and director at Queensland Country Practice to a forum for all local doctors. Past AMA president Dr Steve Hambleton also spoke about My Health Record.

Managing Chronic Pain Seminar

The Managing Chronic Pain Seminar was held at the Toowoomba City Library on 21st July 2018. We expect that speaker presentation slides and certificates of attendance will be available shortly.


Our golf day was held on 25th February 2018. Photos are here.

Retired Doctors Group

A retired doctors group meets three monthly for lunch. Anyone who is eligible and interested in joining can email

10 Minimum Standards for Communication

The AMA has recently published 10 Minimum standards for communication between health services and general practitioners and other treating doctors.