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Advocacy Update: Advocacy has a New Name

The College’s advocacy program has a brand new name—Advocates for Internal Medicine Network. Our success on Capitol Hill is due to our network of more than 7,000 member physician and medical student Advocates from across the country that volunteer to contact, educate, and inform their members of Congress on issues of importance to internists and their patients.

Join the Advocates for Internal Medicine Network and help shape how federal legislation will affect your future patients and the practice of internal medicine. Advocates are provided with legislative updates and easy-to-use advocacy tools to communicate effectively, and develop valued relationships, with your federal elected officials and their staff.

For more information contact Jolynne Flores, Supervisor Grassroots Advocacy & PAC at jflores@acponline.org or (800) 338-2746 x4532.



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