As members grow within the AVLS and within the field of vein care, many of them choose to take on a more active role in the organization. Our membership levels were developed to accommodate member’s needs and recognize those members who are making an important impact in our field. The different AVLS membership levels are based on a member’s background, work, and level of activity within the AVLS.
MD’s and DO’s who treat venous and lymphatic disease.Become a Physician Member
Nurses, ultrasound technologists, mid-levels and lymphedema therapists who treat venous and lymphatic diseaseBecome an Allied Health Member
All physician and allied health members in good standing with a minimum membership of five years. Senior membership may be obtained by any member who has the following:
Senior members participate regularly in the continuing medical education in the field of venous and lymphatic medicine.
Fellows of the American Vein & Lymphatic Society (FAVLS) are physicians recognized for their substantial commitment and contribution to the specialty of venous and lymphatic medicine.
Become a Fellow Member
Laureates of the American Vein & Lymphatic Society (FAVLS) are allied health professionals recognized for their substantial commitment and contribution to the specialty of venous and lymphatic medicine.
Become a Laureate Member
Honorary memberships of the AVLS are presented to those who have made outstanding contributions to the field of phlebology. Candidates are recommended by the Awards Committee and nominated by our Executive Committee. The entire AVLS Board votes on the nominee, and the award is presented at the Annual Congress.
MD’s and DO’s currently participating in a full-time training program, such as a fellowship or residency.
Members who have retired from active practice.
Physicians and non-physicians who treat venous and lymphatic disease at a primary practice located outside of the United States.