Community Practice

SVS Community Practice Section (SVSCPS)

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About

In 2021, the SVS created a new membership section for clinicians who work in the community. The Section’s mission is to establish an engaging and interactive forum for SVS members practicing primarily in a community setting. The Section will achieve this mission by enhancing SVS efforts in education, advocacy, quality practice, ethics, research, and member value, with specific focus and attention to the needs of members delivering vascular care in the community setting.

Eligibility

SVSCPS membership is available to all SVS members in good standing who are interested in serving patients in the community practice setting. Hospital/practice administrators are also welcome to join as Affiliate members.

How to Apply

If you are an SVS member interested in joining the Section, please email svscps@vascularsociety.org.

If you are not already a member of the SVS, you may review our membership categories and apply here. Membership applications are reviewed on a quarterly basis. Deadlines are March 1, June 1, Sept. 1 and Dec. 1.

Benefits

  • Programming at the Vascular Annual Meeting
  • Discounts on SVS events and our JVS subscription
  • Networking opportunities
  • Subscription to the Vascular Specialist and SVS Pulse
  • Access to SVSConnect, a member-exclusive online space for collaboration, engagement and communication amongst other vascular professionals.

See a full list of SVS member benefits here.

Questions

Please contact svscps@vascularsociety.org

Meet the SVSCPS Steering Committee

Dr. Daniel McDevitt chairs the committee, with Dr. James Craven vice-chair. Members of the SVSCPS Executive Committee are Drs. Jennifer Avise, Greg Clabeaux, Joseph Hart, Benjamin Herdrich, Geetha Jeyabalan, Erica Mitchell and Robert Molnar. Dr. Molnar is chair of the sub-section on Outpatient and Office Vascular Care. 

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SVSCPS Steering Committee