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Types of Membership
A physician who holds a MD or DO degree or equivalent, who holds a valid and unrestricted license to practice medicine in Washington State, and who has been certified or is eligible to be certified by the American Board of Ophthalmology.
A physician who holds a MD or DO degree or equivalent, who holds a valid and unrestricted license to practice medicine in the State of Washington, and who has satisfactorily completed an entire program of formal residency training in ophthalmology, or who is not an ophthalmologist but is engaged in a field allied with or in a basic science related to ophthalmology, or a person who, in the judgment of the Board of Trustees, has made significant contributions to ophthalmology. Associates shall not have the right to vote and shall be ineligible to hold office.
A previous Active member who remains in active practice and whose license to practice medicine is valid and unrestricted after having reached the age of 65 and engaged in the practice of ophthalmology for a period of 25 years, who has been a member of this Academy for five or more years.
A physician who holds a MD or DO degree or equivalent, and serves full time active duty with any branch of the U.S. Military Service.
An Active Member of WAEPS who is no longer engaged in the active practice of ophthalmology by reason of disability or retirement and whose license to practice medicine was valid and unrestricted at the time of disability or retirement, and who has held active WAEPS membership for five or more years is eligible to become an Emeritus member. Emeritus members shall not have the right to vote and shall be ineligible to hold office. If you would like to request a change of status to emeritus membership, please contact the WAEPS office: 206-956-3650 or firstname.lastname@example.org
A physician who holds a MD or DO degree or equivalent, and who is engaged on a full-time basis in an ophthalmology residency training program, or who has satisfactorily completed such a training program and is engaged on a full-time basis either in an ophthalmology fellowship training program or in a postgraduate educational course of training leading to an advanced degree at an accredited college or university, or a foreign medical graduate who is otherwise not eligible for membership and is engaged on a full-time basis in a postgraduate ophthalmology training program. Resident members shall not have the right to vote and shall be ineligible to hold office.
2016 Dues Rates
How To Join
To join, click here to fill out an online WAEPS Membership Application.
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