Welcome to our Chapter
Welcome from Robert Nardino, MD, FACP
ACP Connecticut Chapter Governor
Get to Know Our Governor
Robert J. Nardino, MD, FACP is the CT Chapter Governor. He started his four-year term as Governor in the Spring of 2013. As Governor, Dr. Nardino serves as the official representative of the College for the Connecticut Chapter, providing a link between members at the local level and leadership at the national level. To learn more about Dr. Nardino, visit his bio and vision statement page.
Access the list of the Governor's Advisory Council, officers and committee members and how to communicate with them.
The Chapter bylaws document the rules and organization of the Connecticut Chapter.
Welcoming New Connecticut Chapter Members
The Connecticut Chapter is pleased to welcome our new Members who were elected to ACP Membership in the last six months.
Past Awards and Honorees
See list of Past Awards and Honorees for our chapter.
Connecticut Chapter Recognized as an Evergreen All-Star
In 1993, the Evergreen Awards Program was started as a way to recognize outstanding chapter efforts and innovation. As a way to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the program, the Chapters Subcommittee and staff looked for a way to recognize chapters who have demonstrated a long-term engagement with the program. The criteria included that a chapter must have submitted at least 5 nominations, had at least 2 winners, and had a nominated program running for at least 3 years. The Connecticut Chapter has contributed to the growth of all chapters through their commitment to sharing successful best practices through the Evergreen program and has been recognized as an Evergreen All-Star for their achievements.
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Page Updated: 5/17/13