Ready to join OSMA or renew your existing membership? Either process is easy and only takes a few minutes. We are proud to work with and for physicians throughout the state to improve medicine for providers and patients through advocacy, business solutions, education and resources.
Renew Your Existing Membership:
JOIN as a NEW Member:
(Please select the appropriate membership type)
- Join as a new physician member for 2023 for just $220 • In honor of Tort Reform's 20th anniversary!
(Regular Active membership is $560 each calendar year.)
The OSMA Resident Fellow Section (RFS) provides valuable networking events and education—helping you to be politically aware, educated about business practices, and active and informed as your career progresses.
- Resident/Fellowship membership is just $30/year.
- Or, join for 3 years for $75.
- OSU and St. Rita's residents and fellows are already 2023 members through their program. Please contact the OSMA office for further details.
The OSMA Medical Student Section (MSS) helps students in medical school get involved and learn about the value of organized medicine. MSS members receive many of the same benefits as physician members – including advocacy, news and information, and networking, helping you all the way through medical school, training and entering the medical practice.
- Student membership is complimentary for medical students at any of Ohio's medical schools.
Support OSMA as
a Corporate Sponsor
OSMA can help businesses and organizations serving the healthcare industry connect with Ohio physicians, specialty service areas and healthcare practice managers.
Questions? Need Support?
Or call (800) 766-6762.
The Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1993 provides that the portion of association dues attributable to lobbying and political activities conducted by associations cannot be deducted as a business expense for 2023. It has been determined that 18 percent of your OSMA dues are dedicated to legislative activities, therefore allowing you to deduct 82 percent of your OSMA dues as a business expense for federal tax purposes.
Payments, contributions or gifts to Ohio State Medical Association are not tax deductible as charitable contributions.