NMA Annual Convention and Scientific Assembly

Registration

The National Medical Association offers five easy ways to register for the 2018 Convention:

  1. online
  2. by fax (972-349-7715)
  3. by email (nma@wyndhamjade.com)
  4. by mail (Attn: Convention Registration Center, National Medical Association, PO Box 418146, Boston, MA  02241-8146)
  5. by phone (866-210-5133)

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.

Then pick the registration option that best suits you and we look forward to seeing you in Orlando.

REGISTRATION RATES

Early Bird (Through June 9, 2019)Regular (June 10- July 14, 2019)

MD/DO/DPMMembers$525$600

Non-Members$1685$1760

Non-Physician Members$275$350

Active Duty Military Members$150$150

Active Duty Military Non-Members$250$250

Non-Members$300$375

Residents/Fellows*Members$55$55

Non-Members$160$160

Students*Members$20$20

Non-Members$90$90

Guest$50$50

NMA Member Emerituswaived

Onsite fees beginning July 15, 2019 will be as follows:
Physicians: Members – $650 | Non-Members – $1810
Non-Physicians: Members – $400 | Non-Members – $575

* A letter from Dean/Department Chair verifying student/resident/fellow status must accompany registration form. Please present student/resident/fellow identification when registering onsite.

CANCELLATION AND REFUNDS

Cancellations must be in writing and postmarked by July 14, 2019 to receive a full refund less a $50 service charge.   No refunds after July 14, 2019.   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.

Convention Planning Highlights

Why I
Attend
Convention by Mildred M.G. Olivier, M.D., FACS

It gives me a chance to network with other physicians who share my goals and the challenges I face working towards decreasing health disparities. As the Co-Director of the Rabb-Venable Excellence in Research Program, I also look forward each year to meeting with the youngest generation of underrepresented minority residents and medical students to join our community. In addition to mentoring the new ophthalmologists, I coordinate the Eye Education Program and free screenings with AAO and the Ophthalmology section for NMA attendees and the community.