College membership fees and concessions

Lost your invoice? Looking for payment options? Wondering if you're eligible for a concession? Want to make a tax-deductible donation to the ANZCA Research Foundation? Here's everything you need to know about membership fees.

Annual subscriptions

Here are some common questions our members have about membership subscriptions. 

How can I pay?

You can pay your annual membership subscription fees via BPAY, Visa and Mastercard. The easiest way to pay is online, via your MyANZCA Portal. If you have issues making payment online, please try an alternative browser. 

Pay online

Alternatively, you can pay by credit card over the phone +61 3 9510 6299.

Where can I find my invoice?

We'll email you your invoice early December each year. If you haven't received this, or you require an additional copy, please contact us.

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How do I get a receipt?

If you complete your annual subscription payment online, we'll send a receipt to your nominated email address. Please check your junk folder if this doesn't appear. You can update your preferred email address in the MyANZCA portal. If you need an additional copy of your receipt, please contact us.

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Am I able to prepay for my membership subscription?

Fellows may now request their 2023 subscription invoice for prepayment. This is a new initiative in response to fellow feedback.

The following rules will apply to prepayment:

  1. Prepayment is only available for ANZCA and FPM full annual memberships/subscription fees for existing fellows – full year only, excluding concessions or pro-ratas. All other fees are excluded.
  2. A maximum of two (2) years can be prepaid - the current membership/subscription year plus one additional year.
  3. Prepaid membership fees are not refundable for “change of mind” or “change in circumstance”.
  4. Requests for prepayment of 2023 membership fees should be made by COB  on Monday 31 January 2022. Payment will be due 30 days from the invoice date.
  5. Fellow must make an email request to to prepay a future year annual membership/subscription fee.

What happens if I don't pay my subscription?

If you fail to pay your annual subscription within six months of the due date stated on the invoice, we reserve the right to revoke your membership of the college and withdraw all rights and privileges of membership, including the right to use of the post-nominals of FANZCA or FFPMANZCA. 

If you wish to be readmitted, you will need to adhere to the formal re-admission to fellowship process.

The rules around non-payment of ANZCA and FPM membership fees are detailed in ANZCA regulation 7 and FPM by law 10 respectively. For further information relating to the readmission process please see regulation 29.

Apply for a concession

We recognise that your circumstances may change. You may be undertaking further studies, volunteering overseas or taking time away from work to care for your family. If this is the case, you may be eligible for a concession. This is a reduction (discount) in the standard annual subscription fee. 

Types of concession

The concessions types available are outlined here. Please note that supporting documentation may be required when submiting your application. 

Is my concession automatically applied?

If you are a fellow aged 65 or over, we will automatically grant you an aged-based concession on your annual subscription.

Fellows who received concession 5 (fellows practicing another speciality) from 2018, will automatically be awarded this concession henceforth. Should circumstances change, fellows are required to inform the college.

If you are planning on retiring please send us an email with the date of your retirement. You will continue to remain a fellow of the college and no further fees will be raised in relation to your membership.

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

Apply for a concession

Apply online for a concession to your annual ANZCA membership subscription.

Apply online

Alternatively, complete an application form for ANZCA or FPM here and submit it via email, along with the required supporting documentation.

Our team will review your application and should it be granted, we'll email an amended subscription notice within two weeks of the date we received your application. You can then make payment online via your MyANZCA portal

Special consideration concessions

We can make a number of other concessions available in exceptional circumstances including extended leave due to illness, compassionate leave and financial hardship. If you’d like to discuss your circumstances, please don’t hesitate to contact the membership team on +61 3 9510 6299 or email us.

Apply online

For further information see the ANZCA regulation 7 and FPM by-law 10.

What happens next?

If we grant you a subscription concession, we'll email an amended subscription notice within two weeks of the date we received your application. You must pay the concessionary rate in full by the due date on the invoice.

We'll contact you directly if there are any issues with your application for a concession.

Make a donation

Making a tax-deductible donation to the ANZCA Research Foundation is a great way to support medical research and education that:

  • Saves lives.
  • Helps people to optimise their health.
  • Works to make life as pain-free as possible.

You can make a donation when you pay your annual subscription or at anytime through the website.


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