NAEMSP®'s membership year runs from January 1 ‐ December 31. New members may pay the prorated amount below in their first year. Renewal notices for the following year are mailed each November and due by December 31.
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How to Join
To create a new account, click the appropriate link from the membership categories outlined below OR download a membership application. And don't forget to select auto-renewal.
To reinstate a lapsed membership, please download the hard-copy reinstatement form; do not create a new account as it will create a secondary (or more) record in the NAEMSP database.
Physician member - $450
Physicians who are engaged in the planning, supervision, teaching or clinical practice of out-of- hospital emergency medical care.
Professional member - $200
Non-physicians who have demonstrated an interest in out-of-hospital emergency medical care and the aims of the Association. (Nurse, EMT, EMT-P etc.)
International member - $260
EMS Physicians outside of North America. Members in this category do not receive Prehospital Emergency Care Journal via the mail. This publication is only available online to international members.
Fellow member - $200
Fellow interested in EMS (must provide expected graduation date as well as a verification letter from your fellowship director.)
Resident physician member - $165
Resident physicians interested in EMS. Must provide expected graduation date as well as a verification letter from your residency director.
Medical student member - $140
Medical students interested in EMS. Must provide expected graduation date as well as a verification letter from your medical school.
|Medical Student Member
*If joining Oct.-Dec., the fee covers the remainder of the current year, through the following membership year.
NAEMSP accepts the following methods of payment for membership dues:
- Money order
- Credit cards: Visa, MasterCard and American Express
- Submission and acceptance of an NAEMSP® membership application authorizes the NAEMSP® Executive Office the right and privilege to email you as a member.
- NAEMSP® does not sell or distribute in any other manner its member email address list.
- NAEMSP® dues are not deductible as charitable contributions for income tax purposes. However, they may be tax deductible as ordinary and necessary business expenses subject to restrictions imposed as a result of association lobbying activities. NAEMSP® estimates the nondeductible portion of your membership dues, the portion which is allocable to lobbying, as 28%.