AAOHN 2019 NATIONAL CONFERENCE

We are excited to have the American Association of Occupational Health Nurses in the "River City by the Sea" for the 2019 NATIONAL CONFERENCE, April 5-12, 2019.

We look forward to seeing you in Jacksonville!

Jacksonville is a modern and active city with equal parts Florida Flavor and Southern Hospitality! As the largest city in the continental U.S., Jax is the perfect place for a weekend getaway or a vacation to explore and discover something new, from its extensive park system (the largest in the nation with two national parks, seven state parks, and more than 400 city parks), to its beautiful white-sandy beaches (22 miles of them), and its historic neighborhoods that include Riverside, Avondale, Downtown, Jacksonville, Springfield and Murray Hill.

We are so happy you will be staying at our prime lodging downtown. The Hyatt Regency Jacksonville Riverfront is located adjacent to the cities scenic Main Street Bridge, providing panoramic river views and walkable access to the heart of downtown. Our hotel leverages the largest function space in the city, relaxing views from hotel rooms and meeting spaces, and lobby concepts that foster connections and energize travelers.

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Ready to give directions, answer questions, provide assistance, or walk you to your destination, the Downtown Ambassadors are Jacksonville's Downtown cleanliness, safety and hospitality team. The Ambassadors are an extra set of eyes and ears on the street and work closely with the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office and the city to improve Downtown Jacksonville.

Ambassadors are easily identified in their bright orange polo shirts and pith helmets as they walk and bike throughout Downtown Jacksonville, day and night. The Downtown Ambassadors began operation in October 2001, and have made a tremendous impact on Downtown.

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