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You know you work with the best!
Why not recognize them?
Distinguished Service, EMS, Academic Achievement, Good Government, Clinical Expertise, Resident of the Year, and Medical Student of the Year
Submit your 2020 Award Nominations, download the form here
Award winners to be announced at the 2020 Membership Dinner on May 18, 2020 at The Grounds for Sculpture - Hamilton, NJ
The American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP) named Mark S. Rosenberg, DO, MBA, FACEP as the new president-elect during ACEP19 in Denver Colorado. ACEP's Council votes on the president-elect, who will serve a one-year term and will assume the presidency at the organization's annual meeting in 2020.
"Emergency physicians are at the center of some of the biggest challenges in health care today, with respect to both clinical practice and public policy," said Dr. Rosenberg. "I look forward to working with emergency physicians and health stakeholders nationwide to address the opioid epidemic and improve our approach to mental health care in this country. As sentinels of America's health care safety net, emergency physicians have a duty to protect access to emergency care for the millions of people we treat each year."
Congratulations to Dr. Kyrillos E. Attaalla of Rutgers New Jersey Medical School for receiving the 1st Annual Residents Cup for his presentation titled, "SIM WARS: ATTACK OF THE 3D PRINTS"
NJ-ACEP Leadership has suggested Bylaws changes that reflect the following:
The suggested changes are included in the ballot sent to all Regular members. You can view the marked up version of changes here. The final version can be viewed here (if accepted by the membership).
Are you resident or medical student interested in health policy? The New Jersey Chapter is giving away two $350 scholarships to attend ACEP’s Leadership & Advocacy Conference May 5-8 at the Grand Hyatt in Washington, DC. This conference provides the opportunity to hone leadership skills, stay current on legislative and regulatory issues, and meet with members of Congress to discuss the issues impacting emergency medicine.
Deadline to apply is April 19, 2019. CLICK HERE for form. To learn more about the Leadership & Advocacy Conference click here: https://www.acep.org/lac/ .
Thank you to our generous 2019 sponsors!
Omni-Stat Medical Inc.
2019 Membership Dinner
A special thanks to Dr. Anthony Mazzarelli of Cooper University Healthcare for speaking at the 2019 Membership Dinner held on June 6 at The Asbury Hotel!
NJ-ACEP would also like to thank our generous event sponsors!
MidAtlantic Resource Group, LLC
Silver Rock Solutions
Valley Emergency Room Associates of Ridgewood NJ
A special thanks to Dr. Kivela for spending time with the New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland, and Pennsylvania Chapter Members
from left to right: Dr. Bill Jaquis, Dr. Tom Brabson, Dr. Paul Kivela, and Dr. Margie Langer
Thank you to our 2018 Platinum Supporter
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