CV Team Liaison: David L. Adkins, PA-C
CV Team Liaison-Elect: Beth Ann White, RN, MSN, NP-C, AACC
Do you hold a national board certification? Apply to become an Associate of the American College of Cardiology. This month, you pay only $110 — 30% off the usual price — to join the ACC. Just use code CrpAACC when you complete your online membership application.
The AACC designation recognizes cardiovascular professionals who, through advanced education, training and professional development, have dedicated themselves to providing the highest level of cardiovascular care. It identifies you to peers and patients alike as a rehab professional at the very top of your field.
Associates are also voting members of the College, a privilege otherwise reserved only for Masters and Fellows of the ACC.
That’s not a problem! You can join the ACC as a Cardiovascular Team member and still save over 30% on your first year of membership. Use code CRPSave19.
Pay only $95 for 2019 membership and get access to benefits designed to help you elevate the quality of care you provide.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to check on the status of your application.
Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. Please allow 4-6 weeks for your application to be processed and for delivery of your Membership Login information.
Use promo code “MyFACC” to waive the $150 application fee! Remember: Dues to not increase when you upgrade your membership to FACC. Apply NOW
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