In 1999, the AMPAC Board of Directors established AMPAC’s Capitol Club to encourage and recognize individual support of AMPAC which exceeds the basic membership giving level. By joining one of AMPAC’s major donor levels, you are not only advocating to protect your profession, but you are allowing physicians to have a seat at the table as health system reform is being discussed. There are three contribution levels within AMPAC’s Capitol Club program: Capitol Club Platinum, Capitol Club Gold and Capitol Club Silver.
Capitol Club Platinum is AMPAC’s highest level of support. Membership in Capitol Club Platinum is $2,500 annually. In addition to receiving all the benefits provided to Capitol Club Gold members, Platinum members receive additional exclusive benefits that include a custom-made “members only” Vineyard Vines tie or scarf; two tickets to all AMPAC private events; VIP seating during all special events, and member-only photo opportunities with select VIPs.
Capitol Club Gold is $1,000 annually for physicians or their spouses and $500 annually for residents and students. Members of Capitol Club Gold receive exclusive membership pins and Congressional directories, invitations to three private events with reserved seating and recognition at AMA meetings and in AMPAC publications.
Capitol Club Silver is $500 annually for physicians or their spouses and $250 annually for residents and students. Capitol Club Silver members receive exclusive membership pins and Congressional directories, along with two invitations to private events with some of the top political minds in the country.
AMPAC would like to thank our 2013 Capitol Club Platinum, Capitol Club Gold and Capitol Club Silver members for their dedication to advancing the legislative and political goals of organized medicine.
Join AMPAC’s Capitol Club today and make a difference!
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KPAC, AMPAC Host 2nd 2014 Regional Seminar
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40 physicians and friends of medicine gathered at the headquarters of the Oregon Medical Association (OMA) on January 24th for “Learn to be Your Best Advocate,” the first of at least 6 Regional Campaign and Grassroots Seminars to be co-hosted by AMPAC and state medical societies in 2014. The 6 hour training featured practical tips for improving physicians’ legislative and political effectiveness in both Salem and Washington, DC. more
AMPAC Co-Hosts Campaign Seminar with CMS
On October 12th, 50 physicians and medical students attended a Regional Campaign and Grassroots Seminar in Denver, CO co-hosted by the Colorado Medical Society (CMS) and AMPAC. more
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