A Message from FSP Regarding COVID-19













FSP Membership Dues - A Letter from Your President

 

Dear FSP Members,

On behalf of the FSP Board of Directors, my thoughts are with you and your families during this unprecedented time. We realize that this is an extremely unique time for many of our members who are being challenged in many ways by COVID-19. We, as a society, can only be as strong as its members and your membership in the FSP is critical to us. Rest assured we are committed to continuing to provide valuable member benefits and resources to our members during this time. In the coming weeks, FSP will be announcing sponsored educational webinars, podcasts, social media takeovers, and more engagement opportunities to keep our members connected.

While we realize that the timing of this notice falls during an uncertain time, your 2020-2021 FSP membership dues are up for renewal. We understand many of you may be experiencing temporary financial setbacks; therefore, the FSP will be offering all members special accommodations on dues payments. We are committed to partnering with you to sustain your membership; therefore, the society will offer members a discount on their membership dues and the option to pay dues in installments. As a non-profit organization dedicated to protecting the interests of Florida pathologists through professional enrichment and advocacy, we can only sustain ourselves through the support of our members and partners. If you are a member that has not been impacted financially and are able to pay your full membership dues, we hope you will consider supporting your society in this way.

To renew your dues, you can visit the FSP website at https://flpath.org/membership/dues or complete the form enclosed and mail or fax your form to the FSP office. If you prefer to make special arrangements over the phone, please contact the FSP Membership Manager, Brian Carpenter at 904-309-6221. We thank you for your continued membership and support of the FSP. Together, we will get through this period of unprecedented uncertainty.                           

    Sincerely,
 

   Morton H. Levitt, MD, FCAP

   President Florida Society of Pathologists
 

 

Publication Date: 
Friday, May 1, 2020 - 11:15am