Our Mission

Creating tomorrow's abortion providers and pro-choice physicians.

Headshot of Pamela Merritt, MSFC’s incoming Executive Director.

Meet Our New ED

The Medical Students for Choice Board of Directors is pleased to announce our new Executive Director, Pamela Merritt! Pamela will assume her role leading the organization on January 1, 2021.

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Conference on Family Planning 2021

MSFC’s Conference on Family Planning is renowned for providing medical students and students of other health professions the abortion and family planning education they will not receive during their formal schooling.

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Our Blog

One aspect that makes Medical Students for Choice unique—and amazing—is that our Board of Directors is required to be at least 51% medical students. Our Board president is always a medical student! This means that our constituency is driving the vision of the organization at all times...

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Our Impact

Medical Students for Choice is an internationally recognized 501(c)(3) non-profit organization with a network of over 10,000 medical students and residents around the world. Click below to hear founder Jody Steinauer talk about MSFC's mission and incredible impact.

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Giving to MSFC

Why should you invest in MSFC? Because we're taking the long view. Read more to learn about different ways to give and why 1661 Foundation President Jim Bernfield supports MSFC.

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Abortion Training

At Medical Students for Choice, we believe that medical students should have clinical exposure to abortion care. We provide funding opportunities to medical students and residents to receive observational opportunities in clinics and, for students in their later years, training in abortion and contraceptive counseling.

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Student Leadership

Medical Students for Choice is an internationally recognized non-profit organization with a network of over 10,000 medical students and residents around the United States and internationally.

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