As the national resource and voice of state medical boards, the FSMB relies on the expertise, creativity and commitment of our elected leaders to support our vision and mission. By serving on our Board of Directors, you have the opportunity to make a real impact in the direction and policy of a national organization with a vital role in health care.
Nominations for elected positions are accepted beginning in the fall of each year. Only Fellows* of the FSMB are eligible to run for elected offices.
*An individual member who as a result of appointment holds full time membership on a Member Medical Board shall be a Fellow of the FSMB during the member’s period of service on a Member Medical Board, and for a period of 36 months thereafter.
Serving on the FSMB Board of Directors is an excellent way to have a substantial and ongoing impact on health care policy and in ensuring the ongoing protection of the public. As a member of a dedicated team of medical and regulatory professionals, you can help identify long-term goals and help implement innovative strategies for lasting change.
What Others Are Saying
"Smart, motivated people who care, doing the right things for the right reasons: That is how I see the FSMB. It has a rich history of collaboration with a wide variety of stakeholders to promote public health and safety, and being on FSMB's Board has given me a chance to play a more active role in that effort. FSMB is an organization with good ideas, but it also has a history of action and results, which is gratifying." - Jon V. Thomas, MD, MBA, FSMB Board of Directors
"The medical profession and health care system face real challenges in coming years. I am passionate about this profession and I want to do all I can to help shape it for the future. By getting more involved within FSMB, I feel I have been able to influence decisions today that can have a positive impact later." - Doris C. Brooker, MD, Chair, FSMB Board of Directors, 2004-2005
If you are interested in learning more about serving on the FSMB Board of Directors, please see Leadership FAQ and/or complete and submit the Request for Information Form below. You will be contacted by a member of the FSMB staff.