Become a Retired Fellow of the RSM and keep up to date with the latest medical developments as well as enjoy the range of social benefits exclusive to Retired Fellows. The Fellowship also offers you the opportunity to become a valued part of our network of medical students, trainees, consultants and senior medical professionals.
On this page, you can find out more about the range benefits we offer as well as the eligibility criteria and how to become a member.
The annual cost of Retired Fellowship is £200. Retired Fellows must be either aged over 70 or aged over 60 and fully retired (not earning) and there is a £70 joining fee when you first apply.
The RSM's extensive academic programme helps members keep up to date with developments in medicine and healthcare:
The RSM’s Retired Fellows Society runs a programme of intramural and extramural events exclusively for Retired Fellows and their guests:
Receive priority invitations to flagship events:
Home to one of the largest medical libraries in the world:
An extensive range of online educational material:
Lectures from key RSM meetings are available online
When visiting London, enjoy superb Club facilities:
Enjoy an exclusive range of extra benefits and privileges for members, including:
The price of Retired Fellowship is £200 (includes an element of VAT*). Retired Fellows must be either aged over 70 or aged over 60 and fully retired (not earning). Retired Fellowship is also offered to those who have been RSM members for 25 years or longer and are aged over 60 and retired from main appointment but with a continuing earned income.
*VAT based on access to the RSM’s electronic library and learning resources
Contact the membership team for further information and advice
T: +44(0)20 7290 2991
Open Monday to Friday 9am - 5pm
The Royal Society of Medicine
1 Wimpole Street, London W1G 0AE
“Though I visit London infrequently the RSM is an oasis for me, both as a library resource and meeting place. I cannot praise it highly enough."
Dr Gale Maclaine, Retired Fellow
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