As the weather turns colder throughout much of the United States, the AASM invites members to register for two courses at the Arizona Biltmore in Phoenix, Arizona this winter! Sleep Medicine Therapies, to be held February 24–25, 2012, is a new course which will review over 15 controversial areas that sleep specialists encounter on a daily basis in clinical practice. And the Business of Sleep Medicine for Physicians course, to be held February 26–27, 2012, will cover important topics for any physician involved in the business aspects of clinical practice.

More about the Arizona Biltmore: Built as one of Phoenix’s first resorts in 1929, the Arizona Biltmore was constructed in grand form by brothers Albert, Charles and Warren McArthur. Frank Lloyd Wright served as the consulting architect, and the Arizona Biltmore remains one of the only existing hotels in the world to benefit from his influence. This acclaimed Phoenix Arizona Property features:

  • Eight swimming pools
  • Seven tennis courts
  • Two 18-hole PGA golf courses—The Links and The Adobe—at the adjacent Arizona Biltmore Country Club
  • Putting course, croquet and lawn chess and checkers
  • A full-service resort spa, salon and fitness center
  • Five dining options
  • Complimentary in-room internet access
  • Complimentary shuttle transportation to Biltmore Fashion Park—this outdoor mall boasts a wide variety of exclusive shops and dining options

Book your hotel room through the AASM website to receive 15% off of golf and spa services at the Arizona Biltmore as well as complimentary resort fees! To book spa services and golf times, call the hotel directly at 602-955-6600 after reserving your room and reference the AASM to receive the 15% discount.

And when you register for both the Sleep Medicine Therapies and Business of Sleep Medicine for Physicians courses before the advanced registration deadline of January 27, 2012, you will save more than 20% on registration fees! For more information about these courses—including topics, faculty and CME information—or to register, please visit the Sleep Education Series portion of the AASM website. Questions can be directed to the AASM meeting department by sending an email to or by calling 630-737-9768.