Membership types and dues
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Master of SCCT (MSCCT) and Fellow of SCCT (FSCCT)
The MSCCT and FSCCT designations recognize those SCCT members who show evidence of an ongoing commitment and contribution in the prevention of cardiovascular diseases through cardiovascular computed tomography research, education and patient care, following completion of training.
Becoming a Master or Fellow of SCCT will enhance your stature as a provider with your patients, as well as your peers. This designation further shows your extraordinary expertise and experience and your abiding commitment to providing the highest quality of care.
Annual SCCT membership dues will increase by $100 upon acceptance.
Apply to become an MSCCT Apply to become an FSCCT
Physicians and scientists employed in the United States.
- 1-year SCCT membership - $280
- 3-year SCCT membership - $765 A savings of $75!
- 5-year SCCT membership - $1,250 A savings of $150!
Physicians and scientists employed in Australia, Canada, Europe, Japan, New Zealand.
- 1-year SCCT membership - $230
- 3-year SCCT membership - $665 A savings of $25!
- 5-year SCCT membership - $1100 A savings of $50!
International Member - Emerging Markets — $95
Physicians and scientists employed outside the United States in countries other than Australia, Canada, Europe, Japan, and New Zealand.
Fellow/Resident Member — $75
Applicants must submit the name and contact information of their Program Director. The Program Director will be contacted to verify the applicants participation in a training program.
Technologist/Nurse Member — $75
Technologists and nurses who are actively engaged in the performance of cardiovascular CT procedures.
CEO/Non-Physician Administrator Member — $100
Associate Member — $100
Physician assistants, biomedical engineers, computer specialists and industry representatives.
Medical Student - $50
Applicants must provide enrollment verification.
Guest membership - $0
Guest membership allows for non-member registration to SCCT meetings and access to the Education Library.