Montana AAP: Annual Pediatric Roundup Conference - October 11-13th in HELENA

Montana Chapter of the AAP

Membership

Member Benefits

Leadership and Advocacy

  • Increase your knowledge of and participation in advocacy activities at a local level.
  • Build coalitions with other organizations working to improve children’s health.
  • Increase involvement in the state legislative arena to positively influence the quality of pediatric practice and the welfare of Montana children and families.
 

Continued Professional Growth

  • Increase your knowledge of and participation in advocacy activities at a local level.
  • Build coalitions with other organizations working to improve children’s health.
  • Increase involvement in the state legislative arena to positively influence the quality of pediatric practice and the welfare of Montana children and families.
Fellow  $125

 

A Fellow or Specialty Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics. May include Dual Fellows and corresponding Fellows. Voting rights.

Candidate Fellow  $100

MD or DO physicians are eligible for board certification or who limit practice to specialty in pediatrics and are not AAP Fellows. They may serve on a committee or as a member-at-large, but not as the President of Vice President. No voting rights.

Affiliate Member $100

May include:

  1. Affiliate Physician Member: Physicians who are not eligible for AAP Fellowship, but are practicing Pediatricians or Family Practitioners whose practice is primarily care of adolescents or children, or Pediatric Sub-specialists in Montana.
  2. Affiliate Non-Physician Member: Montana health care professionals who are not physicians but are practicing in fields related to pediatrics such as Pediatric Dentists, RNs, APRNs, PNPs, PAs, School Health professionals, Child Advocates, etc.
  3. Affiliate Advanced Practice Nurse Member:  PNP, NNP, FPNP who is not eligible for AAP fellowship but whose practice is primarily or largely the care of children and adolescents.
Resident  $0


Any physician enrolled in PL-1, PL-2 or PL-3 of a pediatric residency training program. No voting rights.

Senior  $0


Physicians age 65 years of age or older AND not in active practice. Voting rights if meets qualifications of Fellow or General membership.

Emeritus Senior  $0


Fellows, Specialty Fellows, Dual and Corresponding Fellows, who are at least 65 years of age and have been a member of the American Academy of Pediatrics for 30 years or more.

Student $0

May include: medical students, nurse practitioner students, physician assistant students, etc. No voting rights.

Pediatric Sub-specialists may appreciate the benefit of a detailed listing in the Directory to increase their statewide referral base.

Questions about membership?