Benefits of Membership

With a strong leadership group and a potential membership base of all private oncologists and haematologists, PCPA represents a critical group of specialists in the cancer care service spectrum. PCPA

  • acts on your behalf as a lobby group (several examples of where PCPA has effectively and significantly influenced government policy)
  • represents your views and those of your patients
  • is committed to ensuring that the efficient service that the private sector provides to over half of the nation’s cancer patients is not overlooked in the ever tightening fiscal environment of health care reform.

Fees

Annual subscription fees are payable annually in advance and are due on the first day of July in each year.

The subscription fee for each year in respect of each class of membership will be the sum the Board from time to time determines.

Depending upon joining date, a pro-rated amount of the annual subscription fee equivalent to the number of days remaining for the current year may be offered.

Join the PCPA

Are you a cancer physician working in (or considering) private practice and not yet a member?

The PCPA offers its members professional support, networking opportunities, a forum for the exchange of knowledge and an opportunity to be part of the decision making process to help shape the future of private cancer medicine in Australia.

If you wish to join PCPA, please click button below to join online or contact PCPA Secretariat on pcpa@amaq.com.au or phone (07) 3872 2234.

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Renew your membership

Want to renew your PCPA membership for another year? Choose a one-off renewal or opt-in for an automatic recurring membership. Follow the link to learn more about these membership options and begin the renewal process.

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