It's dues renewal time here at the OOA and we encourage everyone to log into their membership portal and renew. The OOA would be honored to serve you another year and we're happy to answer any questions regarding your membership. You are able to renew your dues through mail, phone or online.
Online Renewal: If you choose to renew online simply click on the Member Login button at the top right of this page or click here. Then enter your login name and password (OOA staff is able to reset this information upon request).
If we may be of any assistance please do not hesitate to call us at 405-528-4848 or 1-800-522-8379. Thank you for your membership!
Regular Membership Qualifications
Any graduate of a college accredited by the American Osteopathic Association, who is legally qualified by the State Board of Osteopathic Examiners and ethically qualified by the Board of Trustees of the Oklahoma Osteopathic Association to practice as an osteopathic physician and/or osteopathic physician and surgeon is eligible for membership in this Association. An applicant is required to make application in writing for membership in the Association on the prescribed form as furnished by the Executive Director of this Association and shall present the full amount of the fee with said application, which shall be signed by two members of the Association and shall be acted upon by the Board of Trustees. The provisions of this section shall not be retroactive.
Any member whose dues or assessments for the current fiscal year remain unpaid after December 31, shall automatically be dropped from membership and such person shall not be permitted to attend any of the Association’s official business sessions, or receive any Association membership benefit. With the approval of the Board of Trustees of the Association, such an individual upon written request may be reinstated to membership upon the payment of dues and assessments for the current year as well as a $50 reinstatement fee. All regular members in good standing shall have voting privileges.
First Year in Practice: $300.00
Second Year in Practice: $400.00
Third Year and Subsequent Years in Practice: $600.00
Life Member Qualifications
Life membership may be granted by the Board of Trustees to any regular member who has reached the age of seventy (70) years, or who has completed fifty (50) years of osteopathic practice, whichever comes first by November 1, and who has been in good standing for twenty-five (25) consecutive years immediately preceding in the OOA or any other divisional society of the AOA.
Retired Member Qualifications
Retired membership may be granted to physicians who have completely retired from practicing osteopathic medicine.
Associate Member Qualifications
May be granted to teaching, research, administrative, or executive employees of accredited osteopathic colleges or of osteopathic hospitals approved by the AOA, members’ full-time employees, and to administrative employees of this Association or of affiliated organizations or of district societies, excepting Doctors of Osteopathy and students in osteopathic colleges.
Student Member Qualifications
Student membership status may be granted to any undergraduate student in an accredited college of osteopathy, upon endorsement of the application by the Board of Trustees, or to any osteopathic physician serving in a postdoctoral training program accredited by the American Osteopathic Association or American College of Medical Specialties. This membership category also includes Interns and Residents enrolled in postgraduate training programs in Oklahoma.
Institutional Membership Qualifications
May be granted to the Oklahoma State University College of Osteopathic Medicine or to Oklahoma hospitals involved in AOA approved osteopathic education by payment of an annual amount to be determined by the Bureau on Membership, subject to approval by the Board of Trustees.
Dues: Determined Annually
Out-Of-State Membership Qualifications
May be granted by the Board of Trustees to osteopathic physicians outside of Oklahoma by submitting an application on the prescribed form accompanied by $100 which is the annual fee for such membership, providing the physician is a member in good standing with his or her respective American Osteopathic Association Divisional Society.
Dues: $100.00 Annually
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