- What is the NY-AUA Mission statement?
- Why should I join NY-AYA. What are the benefits of membership?
- What are the geographical boundaries for membership?
To promote the highest standards of urological clinical care through education, research and in the formulation of health care policy.
Boundaries – New York Section
The northern boundary shall be a line starting from the junction of the eastern line of the State of New York with the east west State lines of the States of Vermont and Massachusetts, and extending southwest across the State of New York to a point 42 degrees North and 75 degrees West near the New York Pennsylvania State line.
The southern boundary, in the State of New Jersey, shall be a straight line at about 40.5 degrees North, which is north of and does not include the City of Trenton. This boundary line shall extend east and west from 40.5 degrees North to the east and west State boundaries of the State of New Jersey.
- Outstanding meetings and state-of-the-art scientific programs
- Annual Chief Resident’s Debate
- Annual Resident Essay Meeting/Ferdinand C. Valentine Medalist Dinner
- Access to online “Members Only Section”
- New York Section membership directory
Requirements for Active Membership are as follows:
- Possession of an unlimited license to practice medicine and surgery in the state of the applicant’s residence
- Practice in the geographical boundaries of the New York Section
- Possession of an M.D. or D.O. Degree and completion of an accredited urology residency.
- Limitation of practice to the specialty of Urology
- Certification by the American Board of Urology (ABU)
- Recommendation for membership by two (2) voting members of the AUA
Requirements for Associate Membership are the same as Active Membership, except for Board Certification
- Candidate members eligible for Fast Track Associate Status: Associate membership will be offered to all Candidate members who have passed the qualifying examination (Part I) of the American Board of Urology
- Non-Members eligible for Associate Status: Associate Membership is available to non-member urologists who are practicing with the geographic boundaries of the Section but are not certified by the American Board of Urology