Membership in PCMS makes you part of a dynamic network of over 800 of your professional colleagues who represent organized medicine at its best.  

Here are a few of the benefits PCMS members enjoy. 

Advocacy – The voice of Pierce County physicians, where the decisions are made.

Alerts – Action alerts on important state and federal legislation impacting organized medicine.

Representation – Represent the voice & interests of Pierce County physicians on countywide committees and work groups.

Resources & Education – Member meetings featuring experts on topics, online resources, and updates.

The Bulletin – Quarterly newsletter featuring news and resources for you and your practice.

Breaking News – Receive alerts and important resources by email and on the PCMS Website.

Find A Doctor – Robust online search portal accessible to the public to help you grow your practice.

Member Services – Professional staff to assist you and your practice.

Feel free to contact any member of our Board of Trustees or our Executive Director with questions about PCMS.  We look forward to your participation and involvement in our Society.

Are my dues deductible?  

In most cases, a portion of the medical society dues may be deductible for tax purposes as professional or business expenses. The Revenue Reconciliation Act of 1993 states that association dues used for lobbying activities are not deductible as a business expense. As a result, a portion of your PCMS dues cannot be deducted as a business expense for federal income tax purposes. See below for current non-deductible lobbying percentage rates. 

2018 Non-deductible lobbying percentage rate is 5%

2019 Non-deductible lobbying percentage rate is 5%

2020 Non-deductible lobbying percentage rate is 5%

2021 Non-deductible lobbying percentage rate is 5%

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