• Mississippi ACEP

    Founded in 1976, Mississippi ACEP is the local chapter of national ACEP, the American College of Emergency Physicians. We are actively involved in a wide range of issues that matter to emergency physicians and our patients, including emergency medical services, public health and safety, and disaster preparedness and response.

    Mississippi ACEP is a diverse and democratic organization that promotes and preserves the integrity and independence of emergency medical practice. Membership in the Mississippi chapter and national ACEP provides a wide range of member benefits, from representation in the state capitol to Annals of Emergency Medicine.

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    The ACEP Southeastern Chapters Educational Conference

    June 8-11, 2015

    Held in beautiful San Destin, Florida, the ACEP Southeastern Chapters Educational Conference is the brain child of Alabama ACEP and always carries with it a little friendly rivalry in the classroom that parallels the sports field. In addition to the quality lectures and state-of-the-art exhibitors and vendors, there is a well-received poster presentation designed to highlight the efforts of emergency medicine residents. There is also plenty of time for relaxing and enjoying the beautiful Gulf Coast. Off-time activities include a spirited golf tournament, wine tasting and casino game night! This is a family-friendly event that provides an excellent vacation and education package at an affordable price.

  • Advancing Emergency Care

    Mississippi ACEP represents more than 175 emergency physicians, residents and medical students in Mississippi. We are dedicated to improving your practice by advocating for emergency physicians and their patients. Mississippi ACEP is affiliated with the American College of Emergency Physicians, the oldest and largest emergency medicine specialty organization in the country.

    As a member of Mississippi ACEP, you are making sure your voice is heard by state lawmakers. You are learning about the issues that affect you and your patients and you are contributing to the advancement of your specialty.