The West Virginia Chapter of the American College of Emergency Physicians.
The WV ACEP Board of Directors and the Chapter’s leadership represent a very diverse group of practicing emergency physicians – academicians, private practice physicians, large group, small group, individual physicians, hospital-based groups, board certified, non-board certified, rural, residents, medical students, democrats, republicans and independents. Despite the varied backgrounds, they work together for the common goal of furthering the specialty of emergency medicine in West Virginia. WV ACEP IS YOU!
Networking, continuing education, advocacy, professional resources, etc.
AAEM was established in 1993 to promote fair and equitable practice environments necessary to allow emergency physicians to deliver the highest quality of patient care. ... For over 25 years, AAEM has been a leader in protecting board certification in emergency medicine and confronting the harmful influence of the corporate practice of medicine. We support fair and equitable practice environments that allow emergency physicians to deliver the highest quality of patient care. Read our detailed history.
Founded in 1968 by a small group of physicians who shared a commitment to improving the quality of emergency care, ACEP set out to educate and train physicians in emergency medicine to provide quality emergency care in the nation’s hospitals. ... Today, ACEP represents more than 38,000 emergency physicians, emergency medicine residents and medical students. ACEP promotes the highest quality of emergency care and is the leading advocate for emergency physicians and their patients, and the public.
Networking, leadership, mentorship, continuing education, etc.
EMRA is the oldest and largest resident organization in the world. Founded in 1974, we help our 16,000+ resident, medical student, fellow, and alumni members become:
-The best doctors they can be, through our clinical books, cards, apps, EM Resident & EMRA*Cast,
-The best leaders they can be, by funding 20 committees, hundreds of national leadership roles and awards, and a 200 person Leadership Academy, and
-Help EM become the best specialty it can be, through advocacy with Representative Council, Electives, Fellowships, and our Health Policy Academy
Networking, leadership opportunities, conferences, grant opportunities, etc.
...is dedicated to the improvement of care of the acutely ill and injured patient by improving research and education. To achieve this mission, SAEM influences health policy through forums, publications, interorganizational collaboration, policy development, and consultation services for physicians, teachers, researchers, and students. SAEM represents excellence and leadership in academic emergency medicine, and its values include idealism and quality in all endeavors, nurturing and camaraderie and diversity among members, as well as creative and symbiotic interactions with other organizations.