Membership in the Denny Society is open to all graduates of the pediatric and med/peds residency and fellowship programs at UNC, former and current pediatric faculty, and friends of the Department. There are approximately 150 active members.

Yearly dues are $75. Dues have been solicited by mail and email for 2013 and are due at this time.

Dues can be paid online by using VISA or Mastercard through PayPal.   By using this option, you will first enter personal information, including your email address into our new online database.   By doing this, you will be able to receive timely email updates from the association, including UNC Department of Pediatrics news and updates. We plan on eventually having the membership directory open to the online members of the Denny Society (with your individual permission).    If you already have a login and password, please enter those at the intro screen, and then click on "view profile", and then "Renew Dues".   After completing the online database application, you will then be taken to the Paypal payment screen.  On the paypal application, you will be asked for your secure credit card information.  (For questions regarding the new online process, please contact Sarah Wright.)

Even if you wish you pay by check, you may enter your data into the online database to receive the Denny Society updates.   Please follow the prompts to "Pay by Check".

If you wish to pay Denny Society dues by check, the check should be made out to The North Carolina Medical Foundation and “Denny Society Dues” noted on the check.

Please mail to:
Pediatric Education Office
Denny Society
University of North Carolina School of Medicine
CB # 7593
Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27599-7593

Dues Form to Print Out and Send In with Payment

Benefits of Membership

  • The knowledge that you are contributing to the quality of the educational experience for current trainees in the Department of Pediatrics at UNC.
  • Keeping in touch with fellow residency trainees.
  • Receive information about events in the Department of Pediatrics.