Terms & Conditions for Donations or Membership Fees Paid to
Physicians for Patient Protection
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Tax Deductible Status
Physicians for Patient Protection is a 501(c) 3 organization. Donations to a 501 c-3 organization may be deductible as charitable contributions. Please contact your tax advisor for further guidance. Membership fees may be deductible as a business expense, but you should verify this with your accountant or attorney.
Your donation is greatly appreciated and helps fund the work that we do. If you’d like your donation to be earmarked for a specific purpose (PR campaign, resident member sponsorship, etc), please indicate that in the memo section prior to submission.
Membership into our private online forum is open solely to physicians holding an MD, DO, or MBBS degree and medical students actively enrolled in medical school and expected to earn an MD, DO, or MBBS degree at the conclusion of that same academic program.
Physicians for Patient Protection will make reasonable attempts to verify a potential member’s credentials. If a membership application is denied due to lack of the required credentials, the membership fee will not be refunded, but will be considered a donation to our organization.
Once a membership fee is paid or a donation is made, it is nonrefundable for any reason. Fees will also not be pro-rated.
If you chose an annual membership, your membership will be due for renewal annually on the anniversary of your initial membership approval date. If you choose recurring payments for annual membership, you will receive email notice prior to renewal and can choose how you’d like to proceed.
Our membership roster is private, never published, and is not searchable by other members, aside from our leadership, which uses the information to conduct the business of the group.