AMPAC highly values resident physicians and medical students. As the future of medicine, your involvement with AMPAC strengthens the voice of organized medicine. Furthermore, your participation allows AMPAC to support federal candidates who understand the critical issues residents and students face.
The AMA advocates for many legislative issues on behalf of residents and students. Some of those issues include:
- Medical Student Debt
- Resident Work Conditions
- Student Work Hours
- Clinical Skills Assessment Exam
- Medical Education
The interests of resident physicians and medical students are also represented on the AMPAC Board. The AMPAC Board consists of ten physicians, one alliance representative, one resident physician and one medical student who all serve two-year terms.
Grayson W. Armstrong, MD was appointed to the AMPAC Board in 2016 and is a ophthalmology resident at the Harvard Medical School Ophthalmology Residency Program in Boston, Massachusetts. Ashtin Jeney is a medical student from Washington and also began her term on the AMPAC Board in 2016.
AMPAC recognizes the challenging financial situation that resident physicians and medical students have as they begin their career in medicine. Therefore residents, students and their spouses receive a reduced AMPAC membership at all four levels.
- Capitol Club Platinum: $2,500 annually
Resident & Student Membership: $1,250 annually or monthly payments of $104.16
- Capitol Club Gold: $1,000 annually
Resident & Student Membership: $500 annually or monthly payments of $41.66
- Capitol Club Silver: $500 annually
Resident & Student Membership: $250 annually or monthly payments of $20.83
- Sustaining Membership: $100 annually
Resident & Student Membership: $20 annually
AMPAC also urges residents and students to get further involved in advocating for your profession by learning more about the following groups: