Your dual membership in Vermont ACEP and national ACEP is your connection to your local emergency medicine network where you can connect with emergency physicians in your local area.
Vermont ACEP works for the highest principles of the specialty to benefit both its physicians and the patients they serve. In addition, Vermont ACEP advocates for legislation that will positively impact emergency medicine, and also provides:
- Leadership opportunities
- Policies addressing local issues
Vermont Chapter members must also become members of national ACEP and pay dues according to their membership category.
Benefits of Membership
Information and Networking Opportunities
Membership in Vermont ACEP provides you with numerous opportunities to network with colleagues at local meetings, events and educational sessions. In addition, members have access to our Vermont ACEP staff and to staff members in our national headquarters in Irving, Texas, where more than 90 experienced staff members are available to assist you and answer questions.
Membership also gives you access to information developed by 30 ACEP committees and 30 sections of membership, which provide additional networking and communication opportunities in specific areas.
Click here to see a more detailed list of Benefits of Membership.
Annals of Emergency Medicine
Members receive Annals, the leading peer-reviewed clinical journal of the specialty. Each issue contains authoritative clinical articles and reports of important new research to help you keep pace with the rapid changes occurring in emergency medicine.
This monthly news magazine reports on the current issues facing emergency physicians, as well as important and useful information on practice management areas such as reimbursement and physician wellness.