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The Maryland Optometric Association (MOA) is a non-profit professional society. We provide an array of high quality services to advance the profession and its practice in Maryland. Our members receive significant discounts on all MOA continuing education courses (including TPA certification) and exclusive offers through MOA Membership Benefit Programs. Healthcare reform presents many new opportunities for providers that are well informed. MOA provides members continuous updates about the changing landscape of national and State healthcare reform. We also give members the tools they need to take advantage of new programs, initiatives and insurance industry changes with the potential to benefit Maryland optometrists.
 

Benefits of Membership

In view of today's rapidly changing health care environment, participation in organized optometry is essential for staying abreast of current issues and for positioning you and your practice for success.

For more details, please view our Brochure.


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2017 Membership Pricing

Most MOA memberships are priced on a sliding scale based upon the optometrist's original date of graduation.

Costs of Membership (MOA and AOA)

Licensed or completed in 2012 or prior - $1,722.00
Licensed or completed in 2013 - $1,331.30
Licensed or completed in 2014 - $940.60
Licensed or completed in 2015 - $503.60
Licensed or completed in 2016 - $251.80

Affiliate Member - $100.00

If you work part-time, have a spouse that is a member in good standing with the MOA, or are joining as a new member after February 1, 2017, you may qualify for reduced dues and/or proration! Please contact info@marylandoptometry.org or call (410) 486-9662 for more information.

 

 

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