Please note that membership is free for all students and junior doctors. Trial membership is also available for all prospective members to attend their first two meetings free of charge.
Categories of membership
Full Membership of Derby Medical Society is open to all practising or retired doctors in the Derby area, including Doctors in Training, Consultants, General Practitioners and Locums, who are in good standing with the General Medical Council. Full members must be proposed and seconded by two existing full members of the Society. Full membership fee: £50 per annum, £30 per annum for retired members, free for Doctors in Training.
Associate Membership of Derby Medical Society is open to non-medically qualified healthcare professionals who work in primary or secondary care in Derbyshire, and who are in good standing with their professional regulatory body. Associate membership may be granted to a range of health care professionals including, but not exclusively, Nurse Practitioners, Nurse Specialists, Advanced Clinical Practitioners, Clinical Specialist Therapists, Radiographers, Ultrasonographers, Physiotherapists, Occupational Therapists. Associate members must be proposed and seconded by two existing full members or one full member and one associate member of the Society. Associate membership fee: £30 per annum.
Student Membership of Derby Medical Society is open to all current undergraduate and graduate-entry medical students who have undertaken any part of their studies in Derby. Student members do not need to be proposed or seconded, and are entitled to attend any meeting of the Society free of charge.
Junior Doctor Membership of Derby Medical Society is open to all current junior doctors based in Derby. They do not need to be proposed or seconded, and are entitled to attend any meeting of the Society free of charge.
Guest Membership of the Derby Medical Society is offered to the spouses and partners of members in good standing on a ‘per meeting’ basis. Guest members may attend any speaker meeting marked ‘GM’ in the programme. Guest members will not be permitted to attend the Annual General Meeting of the Society. Guest membership is free of charge.