Fellow of the American College of Cardiology (FACC)
Election to Fellowship is based on training, specialty Board certification, scientific and professional accomplishments and duration of active participation in a cardiovascular-related field.
Master of the American College of Cardiology
The ultimate in recognition, the Master of the American College of Cardiology (MACC) designation is awarded to no more than four cardiovascular professionals each year who have consistently contributed above and beyond to the goals and programs of the College, and who have provided leadership in important College activities. Reserved for those who have been in good standing for more than fifteen years, MACC recognizes those who have served the College with distinction.
This category of membership is extended to those physicians who are currently training to become cardiovascular physicians in the Commonwealth of Virginia.
This membership category is for non-physician cardiovascular team professionals - for a complete list see: http://www.acc.org/membership/about-membership
Associate of the ACC
As an Associate of the ACC, part of the CVTeam, you’ll be able to use the professional designation, AACC, to signal to both patients and colleagues alike of your commitment to only the highest standards of cardiovascular care, and that you have been conferred to the highest credential by your peers
FACC Emeritus Members
These FACCs no longer are in the practice of medicine but continue to be interested in the science of CV medicine as emeritus members.