Institutional Membership

Our Institutional Members represent accredited medical and osteopathic schools with geriatrics departments or divisions, as well as ACGME-accredited, hospital-based fellowship programs at free-standing institutions (regardless of university affiliation).

Institutional members receive ADGAP accounts for up to two individuals—a Sponsored Faculty/Staff Member and a Fellowship Program Coordinator/Administrator.

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There are two levels of ADGAP Institutional Memberships, Level 1 & Level 2.    

If your institution needs to sign the MOU or if you have additional questions, please contact:
ADGAP@americangeriatrics.org or Erin Obrusniak

ADGAP Institutional Membership Benefits: Level 1 & Level 2

ADGAP Institutional membership offers academic geriatrics and fellowship programs maximum access to valuable resources and benefits. 

Level 1 must sign the NRMP Participation and Geriatric Medicine Fellowship Memorandum of Understanding.

Member Benefits

Level 1 Level 2
Make the Most of the ADGAP Community

Receive ADGAP accounts for up to two individuals

  • A Sponsored Faculty/Staff Member
  • A Fellowship Program Coordinator/Administrator
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Enhance Your Fellowship Program and Stay Up-to-Date
Gain authorization to use the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS). X  
Access to the Fellowship Assessment Toolkit filled with products to evaluate rotations, attendings, observations, and more X  
Program listing on the ADGAP website X  
Discount on Institutional Licensing for GeriatricsCareOnline.org with a variety products and resources for all your teaching needs. X  
Access to communities on MyAGSOnline specific to your role at your Institution where you can discuss issues and obstacles your program might be facing with your peers X  
Expand Opportunities for You, Your Colleagues, and Staff

Discounted attendance to the Fellowship Director’s Preconference and the Leadership Preconference at the AGS Annual Scientific Meeting.
The premier educational event for 3,000+ geriatrics experts and advocates

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Free job posting via the ADGAP member email newsletter.
Distributed to over 100 academic geriatrics programs 

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Opportunity for Administrators and Coordinators to join the American Geriatrics Education-Administrator Coordinator Team (AGE-ACT) for professional growth and development.
Annual Preconference Sessions designed to discuss management challenges, best practices, and solutions at the AGS Annual Scientific Meeting.

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Shape the Future of Academic Geriatrics

Membership in the Fellowship Program Directors Group

Provides opportunities to address issues related to Workforce Recruitment, ACGME Requirements, and Curricular Innovations

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Networking opportunities with other members at the ADGAP May Business Meeting

Discuss projects of importance to ADGAP and volunteer for collaboration.

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A voice in joint advocacy efforts by the AGS and ADGAP on issues of shared interest. X X
Regular communication via the ADGAP member email newsletter X X