Membership of the society shall be open to any:
M Med. Graduate in Obstetrics and Gynaecology, from the University of Zimbabwe;
Fellow or member of Royal College of Obstetrics and Gynaecologists of the United Kingdom;
Fellow or member of colleges of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists from other countries and graduates from other countries as assessed by Council
Associate Membership will be open to
Trainees in Obstetrics and Gynaecology
General Medical Practitioners with Obstetric qualifications such as D.R.C.O.S and M.C.H
General Practitioners with significant Obstetric practice.
Government Medical Officers with significant Obstetric responsibilities
Medical, social or basic scientists with an interest in obstetrics and Gynaecology.
Members of the Society shall be admitted to the membership in such a manner as shall from time to time be prescribed by the society.
Membership is open to all health professionals who subscribe to the objectives of the Association.
Members will need to apply for membership and pay an annual subscription within the first quarter of each year.
Each application for membership of the Association shall be reviewed by at least two members of the Committee. The Committee shall have the right to refuse the admission of any person to the Association.
The Committee shall have the discretion to terminate a member's membership in exceptional circumstances, provided that, the individual member concerned shall have the right to be heard by the Committee before a final decision is made.
The Management Committee will set the annual membership fee.
A member who does not pay the annual subscription will cease to be a member of the Association at the end of the subscription that has been paid. A subscription is valid for one year and must be renewed.
The Society reserves the right to terminate membership under the following circumstances
Failure to comply with consensus agreements of the society
Working for health care funders
Failure to participate in society organized activities
Non payment of subscriptions
The decision for termination will require a Council meeting where two thirds of the council members attend.