Recruit a Colleague
A thriving membership is key to the success of the Society and its mission and peer-to-peer recruitment is the most effective means of growing membership. Tell your colleagues about the benefits of membership and encourage them to join the Society today!
Tell Your Colleagues or Sign Up Your Staff
It takes an entire team of professionals to provide the best patient care possible and the strength of your team is dependent upon each team member's knowledge and experience. Membership in the Heart Rhythm Society will provide timely and relevant information as well as professional education for every type of professional on your team.
Share your membership experience with your coworkers.
It may be the deciding factor for someone who has been considering Society membership. You can refer to our Member Benefits list to help you remember which benefits have been the most helpful to you and to figure out which benefits will be of most interest to your colleague(s).
Sign your staff up for Society membership.
Make certain that your practice is competitive and that your patients have better outcomes by giving every member of your team the tools that they need to hone their expertise. Send your colleagues our membership application link, www.HRSonline.org/Join or a copy of our printable PDF application form.
Encourage Your Trainees and Fellows to Become Complimentary Trainee Members
Society membership is an important opportunity for trainees as they move forward with their careers. It will improve their ability to network with their colleagues, access the latest research with a subscription to Heart Rhythm Journal, receive updates on clinical guidelines and educational programs, and be eligible for discounts on important meetings, including the annual Core Concepts in EP course and Scientific Sessions. With the support of an educational grant from Medtronic Corporation, we are able to offer membership while trainees are enrolled in a training program.
Trainee memberships are partially supported by an educational grant from Medtronic Corporation. Please feel free to contact us at (202) 464-9855 or membership@HRSonline.org with questions or for more information.