• To enhance minority visibility in colleges of podiatric medicine and the profession.
  • To secure supplemental funding for the increasing costs of podiatric medical education.
  • To insure placement of minority practitioners in residency, teaching and clinical posts.
  • To provide continuing education for the professional growth of the podiatric medical physician.
  • To affect positive relationships within the profession and the other medical groups.
  • To educate the community concerning podiatric medical care.

    To this end, the NYCPM chapter will provide its members opportunities for involvement in educational, service-based, and social activities in the greater New York City area as it strives to fulfill the social, moral, and ethical obligations of the podiatry profession. Membership is open to all members of the student body, regardless of race, color, religion, sexual orientation, age, ethnic origin or handicap.