Membership of the ANZHPBA is open to surgeons with an interest in diseases affecting the liver, pancreas and biliary system. By becoming a member of the Australian and New Zealand Hepatobiliary Association, you join forces with the leading organisation devoted to improving education, training, research, innovation and the quality of care for patients in the management of HPB disorders. Together, we set forth to maintain and promote the highest standards in clinical management and the best treatment outcomes for patients with HPB disorders.
- Full Member – Medical practitioners with a significant interest in HPB surgery practice who hold FRACS or equivalent. Full members are entitled to full voting rights, and may stand for office
- Associate Member – Trainees or retired HPB surgeons, and other health professionals working in the area of HPB practice. Associate members do not have voting rights, and are unable to stand for office.
Fees and subscriptions are set by the ANZHPBA Board. GST is payable on all fees. Subscriptions cover the period 1 Jan to 31 Dec. A renewal notice will be sent to members in November each year, and members whose subscriptions remain outstanding at 30 June will cease to receive membership benefits until all outstanding fees have been received.
Member annual subscription – $AUD300 (inc. GST)
Associate member annual subscription – $AUD150 (inc.GST)
Note: members of ANZHPBA who are also members of ANZGOSA are entitled to a discounted combined annual membership fee.
ANZHPBA & ANZGOZA Member annual subscription – $AUD500 (inc. GST)
ANZHPBA & ANZGOZA Associate member annual subscription – $AUD250 (inc.GST)
If you are already a member of ANZGOSA, please contact us. The adjusted fee will be
$250 Full membership or $125 Associate membership
Simply complete a Membership Application Form and submit it to the Secretariat. Applicants must be approved by a member of the Membership sub-committee. Applicants MUST be nominated by TWO current ANZHPBA members. Membership of the ANZHPBA can be cancelled at any time by submitting a request in writing to the Secretariat.