The ObG Project is pleased to bring you helpful information on the 84th Annual Conference of the American College of Osteopathic Obstetricians & Gynecologists. Attendees can once again expect top speakers addressing the latest issues in Women’s Healthcare, both in science and clinical medicine. Find more on the meeting logistics as well some helpful tips on how to enjoy one of the loveliest resort areas in the country.
JW Marriott Desert Springs Resort & Spa
74855 Country Club Dr
Palm Desert, California 92260
Airport transportation options and maps from the Palm Springs International Airport (PSP) – about 12 miles from Palm Desert
Another option is Los Angeles (LAX) – It is 135 miles away, but the drive offers the opportunity to see the amazing windmills along the way. Give yourself a little extra time due to potential traffic in the LA area.
The weather should be sunny and in the 80s all day, every day!
Do you know Palm Desert? Have any comments or reviews for your colleagues? Contact us with your suggestions!
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