OKPMA Membership

Podiatrists who practice in Oklahoma are invited to join the OKPMA and APMA. Membership benefits include special rates for CME events. Membership dues are paid annually from June 1st and dues are pro-rated based on your join date. To apply, use the APMA online form. The OKPMA Membership Committee reviews all applications for approval.

If you practice in another state or at a federal institution, you can use the same form to apply to your own APMA component organization.

About Us:

The Oklahoma Podiatric Medical Association (OKPMA) is a professional network dedicated to promoting the highest standards in podiatric medicine. We facilitate opportunities for learning, networking, and contributing to the progress of this specialized medical field.

Excellence in Care

We are committed to promoting the highest standards of patient care in podiatric medicine.

Educational Advocacy

We champion continuing education by facilitating learning opportunities through symposiums.

Community Involvement

OKPMA actively engages with the community, spreading awareness about foot and ankle health.

Innovation & Research

We support innovation and research in the field of podiatric medicine by staying at the forefront of advancements.

Licenses and CMEs

The Oklahoma Podiatric Medical Examiners issue podiatric licenses. Renewal notices are mailed in May before the June 30th deadline in even-numbered years. For renewal questions, visit their website or contact their licensing department at 405-962-1400 ext. 170.


If you need a replacement CME certificate from an OKPMA symposium, email us your request.

Membership Benefits

OKPMA Symposium Gathering

To qualify for senior membership you must:

  • be 65 years or older, and
  • not be actively engaged in practice more than 20 hours per week, and
  • have been a member in good standing for 20 consecutive years OR an aggregate of 25 years.

Senior members enjoy all the benefits of full membership at discounted dues rates. Your application will be reviewed for approval by the OKPMA Membership Committee. Apply online through the APMA.

To qualify for life membership you must:

  • be 65 years or older, and
  • be completely retired and remain retired from the practice of podiatric medicine, and
  • have been a member in good standing for 20 consecutive years, or an aggregate of 30 years, OR be a licensed DPM member who has been in good standing for a minimum aggregate of 50 years.

Life members enjoy many of the benefits of full membership but pay no membership dues. Your application will be reviewed for approval by the OKPMA Membership Committee. Apply online through the APMA.

For other membership categories and applications, visit the APMA’s website.

Professional Development

Enhance your expertise with access to exclusive educational resources and professional training.

Influence in the Field

Contribute to the progress of Podiatric Medicine and have your voice heard by state & federal elected officials, and government entities.

Networking Opportunities

Connect with fellow professionals, share knowledge, and build valuable relationships with other like minded professionals.

Discounted Events

Enjoy discounted rates to our symposiums, and other professional development events hosted by OKPMA.


I had a great couple of days of giving lectures at the Oklahoma Podiatric Medical Association Symposium.

Over 100 registrants attended the sessions and they were very responsive & interactive!
Dr. Dock Dockery
I'm thankful to OKPMA for providing support, education, and opportunities for podiatric physicians in Oklahoma. They have helped me and others contribute to the profession and care for our patients effectively. Together, we can make a difference in healthcare.
Dr. Brad Beasley

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