Annual subscriptions: FAQs

We know as clinicians that it is not always possible to call the college during operating hours so we have put together a number of frequently asked questions (FAQs) relating to your annual subscription to assist you and save you time.

Where can I find my invoice? 

Please log onto the MyANZCA Portal with your college ID and password and select the ‘invoice’ tab to find your annual subscription payment. An electronic copy of your invoice will be sent to you via email. If you have not received this, or require an additional copy, please contact the Finance team.

How can I receive a receipt for my payment?
If you complete your annual subscription payment online, you will automatically receive a receipt to your nominated email address. Please check your ‘junk’ folder if this does not appear. You can update your preferred email address in the MyANZCA portal.

Should you wish to receive an additional copy of your receipt, please contact the Finance team.

What is a concession? 
Fellows under certain circumstances may apply for a concession to their annual subscription. A concession is a reduction in the annual subscription fee, and is calculated as a percentage of the full subscription fee. There are 12 types of concessions available.

Such circumstances are outlined in Regulation 7.4 (ANZCA) and by law 10 (FPM), and granted under one category only for the prospective year, and are not cumulative.

How do I apply for a concession?

You may now apply online for a concession to your annual subscription. Please note that supporting documentation may be required to submit your application. For more information on supporting documents please click here.


For further information on subscription concession options please visit the webpage.


Is my concession automatically applied?
Concessions 1 (past ANZCA Presidents and FPM Deans), 3 (fellows aged between 60 and 64 years) and 4 (fellows aged 65 years and above and still practising any form of medicine) are automatically applied.

Concession 2 (fully retired fellows) will be applied automatically in subsequent years following the first notification to the college of this change.
 
Fellows who received concession 5 (fellows practicing another speciality) from 2018, will automatically be awarded this concession hence forth. Should circumstances change, fellows are required to inform the college.

All other concessions must be applied for annually, and are awarded prospectively for the forthcoming year.


What is the deadline to pay my annual subscription?

2019 annual subscriptions are due by 5pm on Sunday December 31, 2018.

What happens if I do not pay my subscription?
Pursuant to Regulation 7 and by law 10, non-payment of an annual subscription for six months after it becomes due (as specified on the relevant subscription notice) results in the person ceasing to be a member of the college with consequent loss of all rights and privileges of membership (including the use of the post-nominal of FANZCA or FFPMANZCA). Council will withdraw the membership, and Fellows wishing to be readmitted must adhere to the formal re-application process outlined in Regulation 29.

How can I pay for my annual subscription?
Payment can be made online via the MyANZCA portal. Please click through to the ‘invoice’ section and follow the prompts to pay online.

You may wish to pay by credit card over the phone. Please contact the Finance team: +61 3 9510 6299.

Alternatively payment can also be made via cheque, please ensure this is posted to ANZCA House, 630 St Kilda Road, Melbourne, Victoria 3163, Australia.

Donations to the ANZCA Research Foundation may also be made at the time of paying your subscriptions. Online payment methods are VISA, Mastercard or BPAY.

Further queries
Should you have a query relating to your annual subscription concession or payment please contact:
Finance team
T: +61 3 9510 6299

Should you have a further query relating to your general membership please contact:
Membership services
T: +61 3 9510 6299
 
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