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Registration

The National Medical Association offers three easy ways to register for the Convention:

  1. online
  2. by phone (866.210.5133)
  3. by fax or mail (download PDF)

Reminder: The online Convention registration process requires you to register using the same membership category that is indicated in NMA’s database. To make your registration experience as stress-free as possible, you may wish to first check your membership status and category.

ACCESS RATES

MD/DO/DPM Members$75

MD/DO/DPM Non-Members$695

Non-Physician$75

Active Duty Military$75

Residents/Fellowswaived

Studentswaived

ANMA$75

NMA Member Emerituswaived

CME Credits and Certificates Fee – $125 (This is in addition to your access fee. Allows registered attendees the ability to claim CME credit for their participation in eligible virtual sessions.).

CANCELLATION AND REFUNDS

Cancellations must be in writing and postmarked by June 29, 2021 to receive a full refund less a $25 service charge. No refunds after June 29, 2021. NMA Membership Dues and NMA Donations are not refundable.

EMERITUS REGISTRATION RATE

To receive the Emeritus Member rate, attendees must be classified as an Emeritus member of NMA.

ATTENDEES

What is happening when; and who will be there? Get the latest up-to-date information on how to register for the convention and attend all your favorite events this year.

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Exhibitors

The National Medical Association (NMA) attracts leading African American physicians, physician executives, podiatrists, health professionals, academicians, and scientists from across the country each year to its annual conference.

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About the National Medical Association

About NMA

The National Medical Association (NMA) is the collective voice of African American physicians and the leading force for parity and justice in medicine and the elimination of disparities in health. NMA is committed to improving the quality of health among minorities and disadvantaged people through its membership, professional development, community health education, advocacy, research and partnerships with federal and private agencies.

WHY I ATTEND THE NMA CONVENTION

I attended my first NMA conference in 2010 as a fourth year medical student. Dr. Leon McDougle (and???) wrapped their arms around me as a medical student and have provided me with ongoing support through my training and career. The network of NMA physicians serves as role models.

– Marshala Lee, MD, M.P.H.