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Membership

Membership with the Eye Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario (EPSO) means you are supporting an organization that is dedicated to preserving and restoring the vision of Ontarians.  You are supporting the creation of resources to help both new and established ophthalmologists to thrive.  You are supporting a strong provincial voice for the profession.  And you are helping to foster a united community of ophthalmologists providing essential care to Ontarians. 

Membership with EPSO is voluntary and open to any ophthalmologist who has a membership in good standing with the Ontario Medical Association and who is certified in ophthalmology by the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada.

Membership Has Benefits

This year we will continue our work

  • meeting with the provincial government and stakeholders, to address issues of importance to the ophthalmology profession.  On September 27, 2017 we hosted a lobby-EYE day and met with provincial leaders at Queen's Park to address our issues.  Read more here.

  • meeting with the Ontario Medical Association to advocate on behalf of EPSO members to ensure ophthalmologists have a fair physician service agreement moving forward.  EPSO is the only organization working on behalf of Ontario's ophthalmologists in this regard.

  • to create a stronger public identity for the ophthalmology profession.  We will be updating our website to not only promote our profession and provide access to EPSO members, but to engage Ontarians in the fight for accessible vision health care.

  • to develop resources to support you professionally whether you are a new and established ophthalmologist.  

This work matters!  Please contact EPSO's membership department for more information on our 2018 initiatives and the process to follow to join/renew EPSO.

Telephone:  647.317.5315
email:  membership@epso.ca

 

 

 

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