Membership

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Dues

 Dues for Active and Associate Member is $200 annually. 

Eligibility

 Any physician who is duly licensed in the states of Missouri or Kansas  and who is a member in good standing in a hospital obstetrics and  gynecology department may apply for membership in the Kansas City  Gynecological Society. To become a member of the society, an applicant must be approved by the Board of Directors and by a three-fourths (3/4)  vote of the membership present at a regular meeting.

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Active Members

 An active member is a Diplomat of the American Board of Obstetrics and  Gynecology or the American Osteopathic Board of Obstetrics and  Gynecology and will have presented a paper before the Society acceptable  to the Board of Directors, or have served as a program chairman for one  of the society’s quarterly meetings, or attended at least four (4)  quarterly meetings within a two-year time frame, as an associate member.  An active member holds the right to vote on any issue which comes  before the membership as provided in these Bylaws and is entitled to all  the privileges and benefits of the Society including the right to hold  office. 

Associate Member

 An associate member is any physician, physician assistant, nurse  practitioner, or certified nurse midwife who is duly licensed in the  states of Missouri or Kansas and whose professional work is limited to  the practice of obstetrics and gynecology. An associate member has all  the privileges and benefits of the Society except the right to vote or  hold office. 

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Resident Member

 A resident member is one who is enrolled in an approved residency  program in obstetrics and gynecology within the greater Kansas City area  or surrounding vicinity. A resident member has all the privileges and  benefits of the Society except the right to vote or hold office. 

Life Member

 A life member is one who has been granted such status by the Board of  Directors after having served thirty (30) years in the profession,  attained the age of sixty-five (65) years, or found to be suffering from  a serious illness. Life members have all the prerogatives of active  membership but is exempt from paying dues and from any attendance  requirements which are now, or may be in the future, imposed upon active  members.