Facts About AAs
There are six (6) classes of members:
A. Fellow Members. Fellow members are those members of the Academy who,
Fellow members of the Academy shall have
B. Associate Members. Associate members are those members of the Academy who
Associate members shall have a voice at Academy meetings, but are not entitled to vote or hold any office position.
C. Student Members. Student members are those members of the Academy who are currently enrolled in an approved program for the training of anesthesiologist assistants.
Student members may
Student members shall attain Fellow member status upon graduation from an approved program for the training of anesthesiologist assistants and shall retain the status of a Fellow member without additional application or payment of dues until
D. Honorary Members. Honorary members are persons of distinction who have rendered outstanding service to the Academy and are nominated by the Membership Committee. Election to Honorary membership shall be by two-third (2/3) majority vote of the Academy.
E. Emeritus Members. Emeritus members are those members of the Academy who have rendered outstanding service to the Academy and are nominated to Emeritus membership by the Membership Committee and elected by the Board of Directors.
Emeritus members are entitled to all rights and privileges of Fellow members, are not required to pay dues, fines or assessments, and are elected to the Academy for life.
F. Physician Affiliate Membership. Physician affiliate members are allopathic and osteopathic physicians licensed to practice in the United States of America who support the ideals and principles for which the Academy stands. They shall enjoy all benefits, which shall accrue to the Academy, but are not entitled to vote or may not hold any office position.
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