The FAPA Fraternal

A Fraternal Organization For Podiatrists by Podiatrists
When you need the ultimate service and care for your next getaway, look no further than Beach Travel


in association with Beach Travel

(a joint providership with the William L. Goldfarb Foundation)


The 28th Annual

Scientific Seminar in the Sun

Montego Bay, Jamaica



Iberostar Rose Hall Beach Hotel

The Iberostar Rose Hall Beach hotel, is a luxurious all-inclusive resort nestled on the sun-drenched shores of Montego Bay, Jamaica. This haven of tranquility offers an array of stunning room categories from Double Rooms to our exclusive Star Prestige suites, each crafted to envelop you in comfort and style. Revel in the elegant decor, relax on your private balcony, and enjoy the modern amenities, including free Wi-Fi, daily minibar service, and air conditioning. Wake up to a breathtaking view of the Caribbean Sea, spend your day exploring the vibrant local attractions, or unwind by one of our inviting swimming pools. As the sun sets, indulge in a culinary journey at our diverse restaurants, sip on a tropical cocktail at one of our bars, and immerse yourself in the lively entertainment on offer. At Iberostar Rose Hall Beach, we deliver unforgettable experiences tailored to create your perfect Jamaican getaway. Make every moment count, embrace the Iberostar experience!

Make a vacation out of your trip.
Arrive before the seminar and leave afterwards.
Bring your family, friends, or significant others.
Unwind in Paradise
and get on island time

Seminar in the Sun 28

Program Information

Seminar Dates: 2/17-2/20/2023

Presenting Lecturers: TBA

Topics: TBA
16 CME Contact Hours

Seminar Fee

Before 10/15/2023 $395.00 USD
After 10/15/2023 $425.00 USD

All room reservations must be made with Beach Travel in order to attend the seminar

Contact FAPA  Fraternal Corp. directly for seminar information: Phone: 516-520-0500

Hotel Information:

Iberostar Rose Hall Beach Hotel

Need Assistance?

Contact Beach Travel:
phone: 732-866-9969 (ET)


FAPA, the Fraternal Association for podiatrists of America, is a nonprofit fraternal organization formed by podiatrists in 1957 to promote fraternal benefits for its members. FAPA’s primary concern is to provide mutual aid and assistance to members including offering emergency loans, short term loans, and podiatric student interest free tuition loans. FAPA contributed over $300,000 to the various podiatric colleges and podiatrist educational medical facilities.

The William L. Goldfarb Foundation is approved by the Council on Podiatric Medical Education and Podiatric Medicine as a sponsor of continuing education in podiatry medicine. The activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the standards, requirements and guidelines of the Council on podiatrist medical education with a joint provider-ship with William L. Goldfarb foundation and the FAPA fraternal foundation.

All faculty in continuing medical education programs joint partnership by the William L. Goldfarb foundation are expected to disclose to the program audience any real or apparent conflict (S) of interest related to the content of their presentation (S).

Prices  and resort changes are based on applicable taxes, fees and service charges in effect at the time of this publication are subject to change without notice. FAPA reserves the right to adjust prices accordingly. All fees paid for the course are nonrefundable