Frequently Asked Questions
What is IAMRA?
The International Association of Medical Regulatory Authorities (IAMRA) is a membership organization whose purpose is to encourage best practice among medical regulatory authorities worldwide in the achievement of their mandate - to protect, promote and maintain the health and safety of the public by ensuring proper standards for the profession of medicine.
IAMRA's vision is that everyone around the world is treated and cared for by safe and competent doctors.
What are the goals of IAMRA?
The goals of IAMRA are to:
What is the current and future focus of IAMRA?
Who belongs to IAMRA?
IAMRA is comprised of medical regulatory authorities and other organizations involved in medical regulation as well as organizations involved in regulating other health professions.
View the complete list of IAMRA members.
What are the benefits of being a member of IAMRA?
When you join IAMRA, you join an international community of organizations that share your commitment to excellence in medical regulation. This community is an important source of support, information, and resources for your organization. Through membership, your organization also can collaborate with international colleagues to shape the future of medical regulation.
Membership Benefits include:
What are the types of IAMRA membership?
IAMRA offers membership at the Member, Partner, and Associate levels, depending on the nature of your organization’s work and involvement in the field of medical regulation. Learn more about our Membership Levels.
How does my organization become a member of IAMRA?
Organizations may apply for membership online or by contacting the association's secretariat at:
400 Fuller Wiser Road, Suite 300
Euless, Texas 76039
Phone: + 1-817-868-4006
Fax: + 1-817-868-4097