E-classified Marketing is meant to inform NYSCA members of various types of products, services and information available to them. Advertisers are expected to market their products and/or services with awareness of the professional and practical needs of our members. The NYSCA reserves the right to refuse service to any applicant which, in the opinion of the NYSCA, is unlikely to contribute to the overall objectives of our Association.
The NYSCA assumes no responsibility for the verification of the accuracy of the marketing material and is not responsible for errors contained therein.
To the extent that the law allows the NYSCA will not be held responsible for any loss arising out of use (unauthorized or otherwise), errors, mistakes, accident, or any part of the provision of services. In the unlikely event that we would be held liable for any losses occurring as a result of using/failing to use the services or at all, then such total damages for any loss whatsoever shall be limited, in relation to any one incident or series of related incidents, to 100% of the amount paid by you in respect of the agreement under which you claim.
Rates are effective through May 31, 2016 and are subject to change without notice.
Classified ads without photos are free for NYSCA members, based on membership status when the ad is placed. Ads are for the personal use of our members, and may not be for products, services, etc. of a commercial nature. Members may not place ads on behalf of non-members.
Doctors who become members during their contract period can resubmit for the lower rate after their initial ad contract period.
Payment for classified ads may be placed online using our online payment portal
Cancellations must be received within 3 business days of the date the ad was submitted in order to be considered for refund.
Edits (including changes, additions, or deletions) will not be made to any classified ad after it is posted. Ads may be deleted upon written request from the submitting party.
Expired or inactive ads are kept on file for no more than 60 days.
Advertising copy must conform to the ethical standards and policies of the NYSCA. Advertising copy must not be false, misleading, illegal, or in poor taste, and must conform to state and federal guidelines where appropriate. Any advertising containing offers of or requests for employment must not contain any language which expresses, directly or indirectly, any limitation, specification, or discrimination as to race, religious creed, color, national origin, ancestry, physical handicap, medical condition, marital status, sex, or age. The NYSCA's Editorial Advisory Committee and staff reserve the right to decline any advertisement considered contrary or conflicting with NYSCA policy or purpose. An advertisement appearing in NYSCA publications or web pages does not imply or constitute endorsement of said product, service, or employer by the NYSCA.