Chapters represent the grassroots of UCA! They play an important role in the fulfillment of our association's mission and provide targeted education, local issue updates, networking opportunities and more!
To learn more about starting a state or regional chapter, click here to access the guidelines.
The North East Regional Urgent Care Association (NERUCA) was the first regional chapter of UCA. This partnership combines UCA’s national strength with NERUCA’s local representation throughout: Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New Hampshire, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, and Vermont. The North East Regional Urgent Care Association (NERUCA) was formed in 2013 to focus on local, state, and regional issues important to Urgent Care practice and business, providing a voice for Urgent Care at these levels. We believe that Urgent Care providers and owner/operators know best the practice and business of Urgent Care Medicine. As such, there needs to be strong unified voice to insure future opportunities and continued success for Urgent Care in the Northeast. It our goal to educate all stake holders and advocate on behalf of Urgent Care Medicine in the Northeast.
Your NERUCA Benefits:
The combination of NERUCA’s local reach and impact, with UCA’s national presence, programs and resources creates a stronger industry for all of us. For more information, and to learn how you can get involved at the local level, visit www.neruca.org.
UCA National Dues and NERUCA Chapter Dues
NERUCA Chapter dues will be assessed to member organizations as well as individual members in NERUCA states:
Student - UCA National Dues: $75 and NERUCA Chapter Dues: $0
Individual - UCA National Dues: $195 and NERUCA Chapter Dues: $75
Physician, NP, PA - UCA National Dues: $300 and NERUCA Chapter Dues: $100
For Organizations: Organizational chapter dues are based on the number of centers in the states covered by NERUCA. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
For Organizations: Organizational chapter dues are based on the number of centers in Texas. Contact email@example.com for details.
The foremost role of TexUCA will be tackling items of interest at the local and state level for Texas. Three committees have been established to do this - Communications, Education and Advocacy
The Communications committee will be charged with gathering information from other committees, executive leadership of TexUCA and UCA, and members to share with all TexUCA chapter members.
The Education committee will be focused on expanding the knowledge of our members by organizing educational workshops, CME events and state chapter meetings.
The Advocacy committee will ensure that all member centers are aware of local, state and national legislative initiatives that could impact Texas. A recent example is the recent initiative to limit the scope of Advanced Practice Providers (APPs). This committee would work to alert our centers and national lobbying firm to help combat harmful legislation of this sort.
Communications - Devra JohnsonRhodes Devra.Johnsonrhodes@cookchildrens.org
Advocacy - Steven Hull firstname.lastname@example.org
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