Ada County Medical Society was founded in 1960 and since then, our membership has grown to over 2000 physicians, PAs, NPs, residents and medical students representing 60% of the Idaho Medical Association’s membership. ACMS is a strong collaborator, organizer, and voice for physicians in Idaho's capital city.
We have a robust offering of programs and events during the year to continue learning throughout your career, connect with colleagues, and develop leadership skills. Many of these are intentionally family friendly to promote a healthy work-life balance. Membership also provides you with a free listing in and a copy of our ever-popular photo directory and medical community resource guide.
Conjoined with your Idaho Medical Association membership, being a part of ACMS provides you with a local place to get involved in the House of Medicine.
|Dues Categories and Rates||ACMS||IMA||Total*|
|Active First Year Discounted within 3 years of medical licensure||$95||$173||$268|
|Active Second Year Discounted after 1 Year of A1 Dues$||$190||$347||$537|
|Active Full dues after first two discounted years||$190||$520||$710|
|Part-Time practice of medicine (less then 20 clinical hours per week)||$95||$260||$255|
|Government Employee or Physician Administrator but not medically licensed in Idaho||$95||$260||$255|
|Resident Physicians in residency or fellowship||$40||$25||$65|
|Dues Exempt Actively practicing physician who is either 35+ year IMA member OR 15+ year IMA member and age 70+||-||-||-|
|Retired - Practicing no more than 5 hours per week or allowed license to lapse in good standing||-||-||-|
|Medical Student - current student in Ada County based medical school||-||-||-|
|Nurse Practitioner & Physician Assistant - NPs must be work in a clinic with an ACMS member physician to join||$50||$50||$100|
|Secondary Society - you may join ACMS and receive full benefits if you are a paid IMA member of an adjacent medical society to ACMS. Secondary society dues are the same for Physicians/PA/NP/Resident members.||$95||Already pd|
*Conjoined membership is required in Idaho - you cannot join ACMS separately from joining IMA.
For purposes of qualification, you must be practicing medicine at least 50% of time in Ada or Elmore County in order to become an ACMS member.
Retired physicians historically associated with ACMS but living in another county may request a free secondary society membership. Retirees who have historically practiced in another state may apply to be a retired ACMS member by proving at least 15 year state or county medical society membership elsewhere.