Membership is open to individuals and organizations that advocate, support and work toward the elimination of TB. New memberships are accepted year-round, current memberships are renewed annually in January. There are five categories of membership:
- Core members are original task force members.
- Associate members serve as advisors on standing committees but may not hold office.
- Organizational members are agencies that advocate and support TB prevention and control.
- Individual members are people who support TB prevention and control but do not belong to a TB organization.
- Sponsoring members are financial supporters of operations, programs and special events.
Click here to download a PDF of our membership form.
Send a completed form and payment to Respiratory Health Association of Metropolitan Chicago via mail, fax or email. Please make checks payable to Respiratory Health Association of Metropolitan Chicago.
Address: 1440 W. Washington Blvd, Chicago, IL 60607
Fax: (312) 243-3954
Benefits of membership
- Interact and network with leading medical and public health professionals and educators.
- Obtain educational materials for your organization, health fairs and events.
- Obtain continuing education credits when available.
- Learn about research currently being conducted.
- Help implement and attend free or discounted conferences, workshops and quarterly meetings.
- Participation on a committee or community group to work on innovative plans for TB elimination
- Receive our quarterly e-newsletter: Air-Born: TB News & Updates.
- Access and download valuable online resources on a variety of lung disease topics.
- Receive information about meetings and conferences on a variety of lung disease topics.
- Participate in Respiratory Health Association of Metropolitan Chicago's special events, conferences and educational opportunities.
Community involvement is encouraged through our membership or by actively participating in one of our three community planning groups: Southside, Westside, and Northside. If you are interested in joining one of the community planning groups, please contact the MCTC TB Line.