What is Doctors for America (DFA)?
We are a movement of thousands of doctors and medical students across specialties in all 50 states and every congressional district who have come together since 2009 to ensure that everyone had access to equitable, affordable, high-quality health care and the opportunity to lead a healthy life.
We are a nonpartisan, nonprofit, 501(c)(3) organization.
How do I become a member of Doctors for America?
Sign up for DFA here. At this time, to make membership more accessible, our membership model functions on donations rather than set dues. [needs updated language]
Can I get involved if I’m not a doctor?
Doctors for America membership is doctors and medical students, but we seek to work with everyone inside and outside of the health professions. You are welcome to sign up for our updates! [needs updated language]
How is Doctors for America funded?
Individual contributions fund half our annual budget. Please consider a generous tax-deductible donation.
We also receive grant funding from foundations.
What will my donation do?
Donations support our national office, which coordinates with national partners, sends resources and updates to the membership, connects with national and local media, organizes events like our annual conference, maintains our website and social media accounts, and supports our board and volunteer leaders across the country.