CityMatCH's 2020 Virtual Conference Registration


Join us September 16, 17 and 18, 2020 for the 2020 CityMatCH Leadership and MCH Epidemiology *Virtual* Conference! Don’t let the bargain cost of $200 fool you, this event will be consistent with what you’ve come to expect from the CityMatCH Leadership and MCH Epidemiology Conference. We are working on a robust agenda that will dive deep into the most pressing issues our communities are facing right now.



Registration Rate - $200



Cancellation Policy

All cancellation requests must be received in writing by Friday, August 7, 2020. No refunds will be made after this date. Any cancellations prior to this date will be refunded in full, minus a $75 processing fee. Send written cancellation requests via email to Please note that in the event of a cancellation, any expenses incurred by the registrant, such as travel, will not be reimbursed.

Payment Details



  • No Purchase Orders or any other payment methods are authorized.
  • Check payment information can be found in the confirmation email received after registration.
  • Individuals paying the student rate may be required to present proof of student status.
  • Once registration information has been submitted, changes cannot be made manually to the application. Should you need to make a change, please contact

About Us



CityMatCH is a national membership organization of city and county health departments' maternal and child health (MCH) programs and leaders representing urban communities in the United States. CityMatCH's mission is to strengthen public health leaders and organizations to promote equity and improve the health of urban women, families, and communities.

The CityMatCH Urban Maternal and Child Health Leadership Conference and the Maternal and Child Health Epidemiology Conference join forces on a biennial basis for the CityMatCH Leadership and MCH Epidemiology Conference. The conference convenes a diverse audience of more than 700 professionals from across the United States and globally, all working to improve the health of women, children and families.

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