As one of the largest medical colleges in Australia and Aotearoa New Zealand, we provide a strong, united voice for specialist medicine.
The ROC (RACP Online Community) launches 30 September 2021. It's a private online forum and series of communities for all Fellows and trainees. Find out more.
Fellowship to the RACP is offered by invitation to trainees and Overseas Trained Physicians who meet the requirements under the College Constitution.
The RACP Honorary Fellowship is awarded to renowned and acclaimed members of the medical profession. The 2020 recipients were Dr Tane Taylor and Professor Russell Vinder.
Member Advantage, a member benefits program, provides RACP members an exclusive range of offers and discounts.
Member information and guidelines about RACP travel, travel insurance and expenses.
We’re upgrading our online services to include multi-factor authentication (MFA) to increase the safety of your personal information.
The Member Satisfaction Survey is your chance to tell the College how it’s doing and have your say.
Deed of Indemnity
College members who act in a voluntary capacity at the request of the College can obtain a Deed of Indemnity and explanatory letter from the Company Secretary and General Counsel upon request.
Contact us for a copy, referencing:
- Deed of Indemnity for Volunteers (signed 26 September 2014)
- Letter from KWM Deed of Indemnity for Volunteers (dated 1 October 2014)
Membership is defined in the Constitution of the RACP (PDF) under clause 2. A member can be a Fellow, an Honorary Fellow or a trainee. Other classes of membership can be issued in accordance with the rights and privileges outlined in the By-laws.