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Active Membership is open to all physicians and Doctors of Osteopathic Medicine (D.O.) licensed to practice medicine in any state or territory of the United States and in the District of Columbia.

First Year Physician is open to all physicians and Doctors of Osteopathic Medicine (D.O.) in their first year of practice and who are licensed to practice medicine in any state or territory of the United States and in the District of Columbia.

Second Year Physician is open to all physicians and Doctors of Osteopathic Medicine (D.O.) in their second year of practice and who are licensed to practice medicine in any state or territory of the United States and in the District of Columbia.

Physicians/Active Duty in Military Membership is open to all physicians who are currently serving in the military or on active reserve duty.

Associate Membership is open to 1) physicians who are members of chartered medical organizations in non-U.S. countries, 2) U.S. physicians who are located in foreign countries engaged in medical missionary work, 3) physicians and non-physicians engaged full-time in academic teaching in an accredited medical school and not engaged in clinical practice, or 4) licensed professionals who are considered a part of the allied health profession such as physician assistants, nurses, pharmacists, and radiologists.

Student Membership is open to students duly matriculated in an accredited medical school.

Resident Membership is open to all physicians currently in a resident program.

Emeritus Membership is for members in good standing for 20 consecutive years and have reached the age of 70 or are completely disabled, upon application to the Executive Director and approval by the House of Delegates.

Thank you for joining the National Medical Association, the association for African-American physicians, dedicated to eliminating healthcare disparities and promoting the African-American physician.