The Colorado Academy of PAs (CAPA) is a constituent chapter of the American Academy of Physician Assistants, and is the voice of Colorado PAs. The Colorado Academy of Physician Assistants (CAPA) was established in 1976 to:
• Promote the PA profession to Colorado's lay and medical community
• Advocate for PA practice and access to quality healthcare
• Provide high-quality continuing medical education for PAs
The CAPA Board of Directors is the governing body responsible for the Academy's administrative and financial management. The leadership year spans from July to July. Elections are held in the spring and are overseen by the Elections Committee.
Interested in getting involved?
Click here for current CAPA BOD members and click here for more information about the Elections Committee.
CAPA is governed by the most current Bylaws and Policies of the organization. An annual review of CAPA Policies is conducted by the Judicial Affairs committee, as well as relevant policy updates that are voted upon by the CAPA Board of Directors. Review of CAPA Bylaws are done on an annual basis and proposed changes are voted upon by CAPA membership in accordance with current Bylaws.
Interested in learning more? You can access the most current versions of governing documents below, or click here to learn more about the Judicial Affairs Committee.