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MAOFP is pleased to offer family medicine residency programs a membership package that provides your core faculty and residents access to premium education as well as numerous opportunities to advance their career, develop leadership skills and fulfill scholarly activity requirements.

In addition to the following benefits, your core faculty and residents will have full access to all the benefits available to MAOFP members! Gain immediate access to:

Education and Scholarly Activity Opportunities

  •  Attend MAOFP’s Winter and Summer Family Medicine Conferences! This package includes registration for both MAOFP conferences.

Winter - January 19-20, Shanty Creek Resort

Summer- On-demand package, release date TBD

Leadership and Career Development

  • From our mentoring program to leadership development opportunities to MAOFP recognition and awards, there are countless opportunities to teach, learn and shine.

Legislative Advocacy

  • MAOFP members are invited to participate in Michigan Family Medicine Advocacy Day which offers a valuable opportunity to meet state legislators and their staff to discuss and share personal experiences regarding policy issues.

Communication Resources

  • Receive up-to-date information on current legislation and national and state health care news impacting the field of osteopathic family medicine.

How Can You Join?

Membership is available to each residency program’s director, core faculty and residents. Core faculty is defined as physician faculty members who have a significant role in the education of residents, have documented qualifications to instruct and supervise, and devote at least 15 hours per week to resident education and administration.

Dues are calculated based on the number of residents and directors/core faculty in your program. The program is available to osteopathic and allopathic programs and individuals. The program membership period runs from August to July annually.

Annual Dues: $475 per Program Director/Core Faculty Member and $40 per Resident

A roster must be submitted along with the program dues. If a resident/faculty member leaves the program during the membership period, the membership can be transferred to another person of equal status (i.e., resident to resident, faculty to faculty).

Download a full brochure explaining the programs full list of features and benefits here   Download Brochure

Contact Morgan Cox, Executive Director of MAOFP, with any additional questions at director@maofp.org or (517) 220-2396.

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517.253.8037 | fax: 517.220.2969

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