NDMA works in concert with many specialty societies, both on the state and national level. If you are looking for any information about a specialty society, please call the NDMA office at 701-223-9475. Following is a list of NDMA partner societies:
The North Dakota Society of Anestheologists (NDSA)
The American Society of Anestheologiests (ASA) offers members the education, research and practice management tools they need to serve their patients and their profession. In order to maintain membership in NDSA, you must also maintain membership to ASA. Kevin Mork, MD, of Altru in Grand Forks, serves as the current NDSA president. Contact NDMA for more information: 701-223-9475, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
North Dakota Society of Eye Physicians & Surgeons
The North Dakota Society of Eye Physicians and Surgeons is a statewide professional society representing ND ophthalmologists. We are here to meet the medical eye care needs of the people of North Dakota through member services, legislative advocacy, and continuing professional education.
To learn more, or to become a member visit our website: www.ndeyemds.org
The North Dakota Orthopaedic Society (NDOS)
NDOS is the state branch of the American Association of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS).
NDOS held its 2016 Annual Meeting in Bismarck on April 30, 2016. Soon, NDOS will have it's own website. Check back here for updates and notices until that website is launched. Contact Courtney Koebele at NDMA for more information.
The North Dakota Psychiatric Society (NDPS)
NDPS works with the American Psychiatric Association (APA). NDPS was very active during the 2015 North Dakota Legislative Session and anticipates weighing in on many behavioral health issues during the 2017 session. Contact Courtney Koebele for more information.
The North Dakota and South Dakota Chapter of the American College of Surgeons (ACS)
The ND and SD Chapter of ACS rotates their annual meeting each spring between North Dakota and South Dakota. Contact Leann Benson at NDMA for more information.
Founded in 1950, the North Dakota Academy of Family Physicians represents over 500 family physicians, medical students and residents in the state. The mission of the NDAFP is to promote and support access to excellent health care for all North Dakotans through education, advocacy, and promotion of the core values of family medicine for its members and in the training of medical students and residents. For more information visit our website: www.ndafp.org
The North Dakota Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics focuses on the local needs of pediatric providers and patients.
There are three ways you can join the North Dakota Chapter of AAP:
- Click Here To join both national and the ND chapter
- Click Here Already a national member and wish to join the ND chapter
- Click Here I would only like to join the ND chapter at this time
The American College of Physicians (ACP) is the nation's largest medical specialty organization. Membership comprises more than 141,000 internal medicine physicians and medical students. Internists provide the majority of health care to adults in America.
Internists (doctors for adults) in our region are joined in the North Dakota Chapter, to speak for Internal Medicine in our state and to reflect the interests and concerns of our specialty. If you are an internist in North Dakota but are not yet an ACP member, browse our site to learn more about the College and the Chapter activities in our area.
For more information, or questions on membership, please contact:
Neville M. Alberto, MD, FACP
Governor, North Dakota Chapter, ACP