ACLA is the nation’s leading organization representing national, regional, and local clinical laboratories. Our members include the leading independent providers of clinical laboratory services in the United States. By offering representation, education, information and research, ACLA provides effective communication between federally licensed clinical laboratories and government regulatory bodies, public health officials, professional associations, other health care organizations and the public. ACLA has a remarkable record of achievement on behalf of the clinical laboratory industry.
The many advantages of ACLA membership include:
Any corporation, partnership or individual with one or more clinical laboratory facilities licensed by the federal government under the Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments (CLIA) of 1988 and currently accredited by the College of American Pathologists is eligible for membership. Membership dues are based on annual revenue. The fee schedule is determined by the Board of Directors.
If your laboratory is not a member of ACLA and would like more information, please contact Cheryl Hawkins, Executive Administrator, by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 1-202-637-9466. You may also use our contact form below.