Membership dues are paid every two years, with a renewal on January 1st.
Dues are $300 for two years with $200 for PDS membership and $100 for ADDSS membership.
Fellow members shall be medical (M.D.) or osteopathic (D.O.) dermatologists and/or dermatopathologists residing in Arizona, certified or eligible for certification by the American Board of Dermatology or the American Osteopathic Board of Dermatology.
Fellow members shall be equally privileged to vote, hold office and participate in all open and Fellow only meetings of the Society, to attend and take part in all proceedings, and to enjoy all of the rights and privileges conferred by the Society upon its members.
Associate Members shall be medical (M.D.) or osteopathic (D.O.) physicians of other specialties (i.e. dermatopathology) that are closely affiliated with dermatology. The member must reside in the state of Arizona. Associate members may participate in all open meetings of the Society and enjoy all other rights and privileges conferred upon the members of the Society, except that they may not have the right to vote or hold office.
Resident members shall be any medical (M.D.) or osteopathic (D.0.) physician engaged in training at a certified residency program in the state of Arizona.
Resident members may participate in all open meetings of the Society and enjoy all other rights and privileges conferred upon members by the Society except that they shall not have the right to vote or to hold office. Resident members shall be exempt from annual dues.
Affiliate members shall be any nurse practitioner or physician’s assistant working with a Fellow of the Society.
Affiliate members rights and privileges in the Society will be limited to those expressly extended to them by the Fellows of the society. They shall not have the right to vote, to hold office, serve as a member of the board, or serve on any committee of the Society. As of the writing of these by-laws, affiliate members may attend all open meetings and participate in other organized events in which the society is engaged.