THE NEW YORK PERINATAL SOCIETY

                              Founded in 1977

Mission Statement

The aim of The New York Perinatal Society is to encourage communication among members of different disciplines in order to share ideas, educate each other, and improve prenatal, perinatal, and neonatal care.

History

The New York Perinatal Society was founded in 1977 by physicians interested in perinatal medicine, obstetrics and pediatrics. The society celebrates an annual scientific meeting in the Spring. A distinguished speaker will present the latest information and knowledge in the field of perinatal medicine. In addition, junior faculty and fellows present abstracts and poster presentations. A prize is awarded for the best paper. Membership is open to physicians, as well as non-physicians with experience in research or patient care that share these interests. There is also an associate membership for people with related interests or similar experience but different backgrounds of training, such as sonographers or geneticists.



Benefits

  • It is your professional edge-keeping you up-to-date with the latest information
  • It's your networking resource-offering you unique opportunities to talk with leaders and colleagues in various specialties about professional and practice issues
  • Receive a discount on the Journal of Perinatal Medicine
  • Papers submitted at the Spring Meeting will receive expedited review and if accepted, published within 6 months in the Journal of Perinatal Medicine
  • Yearly membership fee $50 plus the cost of dinner
  • Discounted membership fee of $40 for residents and fellows including dinner
  • There is a sense of "community" at NYPS. You are much more the "just another member", you a co-worker and a friend!
  • Every active member has an opportunity to influence leadership decisions and society direction. Get involved as a: NYPS Committee member.