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How Do I Join?

Joining MPPG is easy. Simply fill out the online Participation Agreement form or download the Participation Agreement pdf, fill it out and fax it to 818-332-7058.

Your information will be forwarded to our partners so that your practice is linked as quickly as possible.

MPPG will confirm that you are a contracted member and then you may begin to order and to save. Each step of the way, MPPG will keep you updated.

How Much Does MPPG Charge to Join?

Zero. There are no fees to join MPPG.

Does your group pay rebates?

MPPG makes loyalty payments since our group pricing is based on brand loyalty. Members purchasing our contracted partners’ products and not their competitors’ can earn eligibility for these awards.

When May I Start to Order?

Becoming a contracted member of MPPG generally takes 1-2 business days. For vaccines, you may begin to order as soon as MPPG confirms that your account is linked to Sanofi Pasteur and/or Merck. Once linked, you order, pay for and receive vaccines the way you always have.

How Am I Billed?

You will be directly billed from the the vendors themselves as you normally would be. MPPG’s contracts generally contain terms that extend the time required to pay. You continue to pay the way you have in the past.

Do I Need to Do Anything to Remain a Member?

Your membership is automatically maintained if you comply with the terms of the Participation Agreement. This portion of the agreement refers to our agreements with the vaccine manufacturers.  If you are interested in receiving the vaccine discounts, keep in mind our group pricing is based on our members purchasing Merck and/or Sanofi Pasteur vaccines and not their competitors’. Our compliance rates are exceptionally high and we appreciate our members’ dedication to the group’s benefit.

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"Our savings on our malpractice insurance alone were significant. I highly recommend MPPG."

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