Become a Member
Join the leading organization for female pelvic medicine and reconstructive surgery (FPMRS) and access current information and best practices by connecting with peers, staying informed, measuring quality, enhancing knowledge, and contributing and sharing knowledge. AUGS membership helps support your patients and advance your career.
Check out the membership benefits that provide educational opportunities, professional development resources, publications, and advocacy.
Physician ($630): Practicing clinician and/or serving in an academic role.
Fellow ($255): Applicants who are currently undergoing their fellowship training; in addition to completing the membership application, applicants must complete the Physician-in-Training letter to be eligible for the reduced member rate. The completed letter must be uploaded to the application.
Affiliate Member ($185): Includes physician assistants, physical therapists, nurse practitioners, nurses, pharmacists, basic science researchers (non-MD researchers not practicing medicine)
International Member ($125): Includes any physician, physician in training, or affiliate member who resides outside of the United States or Canada.
Medical Student (Regular - Free, $60 for online journal access): Applicants who are currently in medical school; in addition to completing the membership application, applicants must complete the Physician-in-Training letter to be eligible for the reduced member rate. The completed letter must be uploaded to the application.
Resident (Regular - Free, $60 for online journal access): Applicants who are currently undergoing their residency training; in addition to completing the membership application, applicants must complete the Physician-in-Training letter to be eligible for the reduced member rate. The completed letter must be uploaded to the application.
Residency Program Director (Regular - Free, $60 for online journal access): Includes any program director of an ACGME-accredited residency program.
Fellowship Program Coordinator ($190): Includes any program coordinator of an ACGME-accredited fellowship program.
Fellowship Program Member
Fellowship Program Member ($2,000): A group membership type designed to provide cost savings to accredited fellowship programs. Read about the benefits of fellowship program membership.
Regular Members (Physician, Affiliate, and International) of AUGS may apply for Life Membership upon retirement from professional activity. To qualify, the applicant must have been a Regular AUGS member in good standing for a minimum of 10 inconsecutive years prior to applying for Life Membership. Any member who resumes professional activity related to health care will lose Life Member status, unless again fulfilling the criteria.
Privileges of Life Membership include participation at the AUGS annual business meeting (without a vote), access to the AUGS Community, and member discounts to PFD Week and other educational meetings. Life Members are not eligible to serve on committees or the Board.
There are two classes of Life Membership:
- Life Member without Journal Subscription (Free)
- Life Member with Journal subscription
To apply for Life Membership, please e‐mail the Life Membership Application explaining your desire for Life Membership to email@example.com. All requests will be reviewed and approved by the Membership Committee at their next scheduled meeting.
How to Join
Join online and make a payment via credit card or a check made payable to AUGS. If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
American Urogynecologic Society
P.O. Box 748618
Atlanta, GA 30374-8618
Membership is on a calendar basis, January through December, and renewal notices are e-mailed to all members in October.
Join at a Discount
From July 1 - September 30, AUGS offers prorated membership dues for new AUGS members. To receive the discount, contact email@example.com.
Member Code of Conduct
Membership in the American Urogynecologic Society entails a responsibility to uphold and further the Society's purposes and mission as set forth in the Society's Bylaws and the resolutions and decisions of its Board of Directors. The code of conduct was first approved by the Board of Directors on March 1, 2013 and updated on June 24, 2018 and is effective for all new members and current members renewing their dues as of June 24, 2018. Members will be asked to read and agree to the code of conduct during the renewal and joining process.
Download the AUGS Member Code of Conduct.