Becoming an ASC Member Laboratory

As an Institutional Member, laboratories are agreeing to enroll their entire staff of cytotechnologist employees as ASC Members. Each person will receive ASC membership benefits.

Qualifications for Institutional Enrollment:memberlab graphic

The institutional membership is open to all laboratories. This includes hospital laboratories, private laboratories and corporate laboratory sites. The laboratory will be requested to provide the ASC with a list of cytotechnologists employed. All employees who are not current members will be requested to complete a membership application. New members will be reviewed by the ASC Membership Committee and approved by the ASC Executive Board during an Executive Board meeting.

Laboratories enrolling six (6) or more cytotechnologist members will receive a 10% dues discount.

  Top Reasons for Enrolling your Cytology Staff:

  • Demonstrates that your institution has invested in the future of cytology and your employees.
  • Acknowledgment as a ASC Member Laboratory through The ASC Bulletin, the ASC Website and at the ASC Annual Meeting.
  • You will receive a certificate showing your institution is a ASC Member Laboratory of the ASC.
  • Your employees will receive member rates for the ASC Annual Meeting.
  • Your employees will start receiving member benefits immediately, once approved by the ASC Executive Board.
  • Your employees will be grateful!

Join the following labs by signing up to be an ASC Member Laboratory!

ACL Laboratories, UW Milwaukee
West Allis, Wisconsin
Chester County Hospital
West Chester, PA
Cleveland Clinic
Cleveland, OH
Coastal Pathology Laboratories
Charleston, SC
Duke University Health System
Durham, NC
Fox Chase Cancer Center
Philadelphia, PA
Massachusetts General Hospital
Boston, MA
Pathology Services Ltd.
St. James, Barbados
Virginia Commonwealth University Health System
Richmond, VA
Yale University
New Haven, CT

List current as of  April 21, 2017

We hope that you will consider joining us in building upon our mutual scientific interests by becoming an Institutional Member of the American Society of Cytopathology.