The Royal Australasian College of Medical Administrators (RACMA) has five membership categories:
All members of RACMA will have the following attributes:
If you are already working in a medical management role and wish to formalise your experience and qualifications by being recognised as a Specialist Medical Leader or Medical Administrator you can apply to undertake the RACMA Fellowship Training Program which upon successful completion you will become a RACMA Fellow and be able to register in the speciality of Medical Administration in Australia or Vocational Certification in New Zealand.
Minimum entry requirements:
For more information on the entry requirements and application process for the Fellowship Training program please click here.
RACMA from time to time confers honorary fellowship on distinguished individuals who have contributed to the advancement of knowledge or the betterment of society and who have achieved eminence in their field of endeavour at local, State, national or international level and which advances the role, function and achievements of medical administration in health services leadership and management.
If you are considering a career in medical administration and have commenced in a management role you may wish to expand on your knowledge in medical leadership and management by completing the Leadership for Clinicians program. Upon completion of this program you will be eligible to apply for recognition as an Associate Fellow with RACMA.
For more information on the Leadership for Clinicians program please click here.
This membership category is for medical practitioners who wish to join RACMA without undertaking any formal education or training. Affiliate members can still access many benefits from forming an association with RACMA.
Any Doctor undertaking the Fellowship Training Program is regarded as a Candidate and holds that classification of membership for the duration of their studies prior to being conferred to Fellowship.