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Metropolitan Philadelphia Chapter American College of Surgeons



Annual Joint Educational Conference - September 13, 2021

The Metropolitan Philadelphia Chapter ACS and the Philadelphia Academy of Surgery will host their annual educational conference on Monday, September 13th at the Marriott Philadelphia Old City. Keynote speaker is Amy J. Goldberg, MD, FACS, Interim Dean of Lewis Katz Medical School.

An Abstract/Case Review competition and Exhibitor Hall will be held in conjunction with the meeting.

Registration will open in mid-July. We hope you will join us at for the first in-person surgical conference in the Philadelphia region.



CALLING ALL RESIDENTS AND MEDICAL STUDENTS

Submit Your Abstract and Case Review Papers

for the September 13th Competition

Submissions Due by June 30, 2021

Click HERE for Additional Info and to Submit

MPACS Fellowship 101 Event


The Metropolitan Philadelphia Chapter of the American College of Surgeons held its 1st Fellowship 101 Webinar on Tuesday, March 16th to help our residents and medical students connect with surgical Fellows and Programs Directors to learn more about Fellowship programs across our great City and to help them determine the next chapter in their surgical career. Attended by over 150 participants, the evening provided an overview of the Fellowship application process, things to consider when selecting a Fellowship, and then provided specialty breakout rooms for residents and medical students to connect, one-on-one, with mentors in their field. It was a great night of networking and helping our future surgical generation.

MPACS thanks our sponsors who helped make the event a success through their generous financial support.

                                                                         

                                                                                                                                     


Why Join A Local ACS Chapter?

Why belong to your local chapter? Local chapters offer opportunities to network with colleagues in your backyard, attend seminars and other educational events close to home and monitor legislative and regulatory issues affecting Pennsylvania physicians. Chapter members looking for guidance or assistance with an issue can reach out to another member, close to home, that could be dealing with the same state-related issue.

About Metropolitan Philadelphia Chapter (MPACS)

The Metropolitan Philadelphia Chapter (MPACS), founded in 1986, remains very active in the City of Philadelphia and surrounding counties (including Philadelphia and Delaware counties). MPACS represents the interests of surgeons and promotes the ideals, policies and programs of the American College of Surgeons (ACS) which are dedicated to ensuring the highest standards of surgical care through education of and advocacy for its Fellows and their patients. MPACS is dedicated to being the voice of the surgeon.

Meet Your Council Members

Congratulations New FACS Members

Become a member

If you are a current member of the ACS, take the next step and join your local chapter. You have already met the requirements and standards for membership in the MPACS. Simply complete the “Membership Acceptance Form”. Chapter dues are minimal. The value of having educational and networking resources close to home is immeasurable. 

Annual Joint Meeting Update

New Meeting Date:

September 13, 2021

Marriott - Philadelphia Old City

(formerly the Sheraton Society Hill)


A joint collaborative meeting between MPACS and the Philadelphia Academy of Surgery. Keynote speaker will be announced shortly.

  • Abstract competition by MPACS Residents & Medical Students
  • Exhibit Hall with Vendors & Suppliers to the Surgical Community
  • In-Person/Virtual Hybrid Event


Legislative Update

Making your voice heard on the state and federal level is an important part of educating those passing laws and regulations on best practices in medicine and patient care. MPACS and ACS continue to monitor active legislation that would affect you, your practice, and your patients. Click HERE for an updated list of legislation being monitored both on the state and federal level.


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