North Carolina Resident/Fellow Member Resources
ACP currently represents the interests of over 24,000 residents, fellows, and junior staff internists and over 420 of them are from the North Carolina Chapter.
Below are useful resources and Chapter activities to assist you in your path to Internal Medicine.
North Carolina Chapter Residency Programs
- Carolinas Medical Center Program
- Duke University Program
- East Carolina University Program Brody School of Medicine
- Moses H. Cone Memorial Hospital Program
- New Hanover Regional Medical Center
- University of North Carolina Program
- Wake Forest University Program
National Council of Resident/Fellow Members
- To view more information about the Council, visit the CRFM web site.
Below are useful resources to assist you in your path to Internal Medicine.
ACP Resident/Fellow Member Support
- Benefits of Resident/Fellow membership
- Participate in the Speical Interest Groups
- Education and Certification Information for residents and fellows
- Take advantage of ACP's Career Counseling
- ACP Guide to Preparing for the Abstract Competition
- Volunteer Opportunities
- Search ACP's Residency Database for a complete list of internal medicine residency programs in the United States.
- Search theMentoring Database for a mentor within the ACP community to provide you with personal and professional guidance.
- **NEW** ACP Smart Medicine
- Articles for Resident/Fellow Members
- Annals of Internal Medicine
- ACP Journal Club
- ACP JournalWise
CME information and MKSAP
Page Updated: 8/22/14
- Save the Date! 2015 North Carolina Chapter Meeting
February 13-14, 2015
- Chapter Abstract Competition
Deadline for submissions: December 12, 2014
- Meet Our Governor-elect, Peter R. Lichstein, MD, FACP
- Governor's Newsletter - November 2013
- Member Accomplishments