Eastern Florida Society of Interventional Pain Physicians
Florida Society of Interventional Pain Physicians
Florida Society of Interventional Pain Physicians

FSIPP Membership - Join / Renew

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Regular Membership Dues - $300.00*
(Must be a physician specializing in Pain Management, Spinal Injections, or Neural Blockade)

 

 

NEW - Regular Membership Annual Subscription - $300.00*
Choose this option if you would like your membership to renew automatically.

 

 


Associate Membership Dues - $150.00*

(Non-Pain Management Physicians, Scientists, Nurses, Physician Assistants, Nurse Practitioners, Administrators, Pharmacists, Physical Therapists, Psychologists, etc., associated with active practice of Pain Management)

 

 

NEW - Associate Membership Annual Subscription - $150.00*
Choose this option if you would like your membership to renew automatically.

 

 


Fellows, Residents & Medical Students - $0.00

 

 

 

 

 

Payment by Special Arrangement. Do not choose this option unless you are instructed by the FSIPP Business Office. Thank you.

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If you do not wish to contribute to our political committee, please indicate that choice during checkout.

* Please note that 50% of the Society’s dues will be contributed to our political arm of the organization, the Florida Society of Interventional Pain Physicians Political Action Committee (FSIPP PAC). Also, note contributions to political committees are not tax deductible for income tax purposes. The purpose of this political committee is to engage in all lawful activities allowed by the laws of Florida. The FSIPP PAC is a voluntary, nonprofit, unincorporated, nonpartisan committee and an organization established by the Florida Society of Interventional Pain Physicians. The goals of this political action committee are to promote the improvement of state and local government in Florida; to encourage interventional pain physicians, and others, to understand the nature and actions of their government as to important political issues and as to the records of office holders and candidates for elected office; to assist interventional pain physicians, their employees and others in organizing themselves for effective political action and in carrying out their civic and professional responsibilities.

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