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American Academy of Emergency Medicine

India Chapter Division (AAEMI)

AAEMI has been invited to become a chapter division under the AAEM umbrella. After an AAEMI board discussion and vote, we have accepted and the change will go into effect immediately.

AAEMI will maintain its independence while benefiting from the resources and relationships of AAEM, the specialty society of emergency medicine. Even though our current lifetime members will maintain their lifetime membership with AAEMI, moving forward there will be no further lifetime memberships offered. In addition, those members not board certified will relinquish their voting rights in AAEMI.

 

Join AAEMI

Online membership applications will be available in the middle of January. If you would like to join today, please contact AAEM at info@aaem.org or call (800)884-2236 for further assistance.

 

2017 Membership Dues

(1/1/2017-12/3/12017)

Voting Member ($80)
Voting membership requires certification in emergency medicine by either the American Board of Emergency Medicine (ABEM), the American Osteopathic Board of Emergency Medicine (AOBEM), the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada or be board certified in pediatric emergency medicine by ABEM or ABP. Voting membership is open to those physicians located outside of the United States or Canada who have the ability to practice emergency medicine in another country. Only those board certified will have voting rights.

Resident Membership ($40)
Resident membership is open to those residents who are currently enrolled in an emergency medicine ACGME or AOA accredited residency program. Residents who have an interest in emergency medicine and who are located outside of the United States or Canada are also eligible. Residents do not have voting rights.

Student Membership ($20)
Student membership is open to those medical students who are currently enrolled in an accredited medical or osteopathic program. Medical Students who have an interest in emergency medicine and who are located outside of the United States or Canada are also eligible. Students do not have voting rights.