Resident/Fellow Members whose dues are paid are automatically advanced to Membership in the College upon certification in internal medicine, a combined internal medicine specialty, or neurology, or submission of a copy of their residency completion certificate from an approved program. Resident/Fellow Members may choose not to advance to Membership, or may request an extension of Resident/Fellow Membership if they are in or accepted into a fellowship training program, in lieu of automatic election to Membership.
Residents & Fellows-in-training within the United States
- If you were previously registered with ACP but not a current member, please login and complete an Resident/Fellow Membership application
- If you are new to ACP, begin the Resident/Fellow Membership application process or download the Resident/Fellow Membership Application
Residents & Fellows-in-training outside of the United States
- If living in a country without an ACP chapter: a supplemental form must be submitted.
- If you are new to ACP, begin the Resident/Fellow Membership application process
- If you are previously registered with ACP but not a current member, please login and complete an Resident/Fellow Membership application
- If you cannot register online, you can download and print the International application
- For those living in Japan, please visit the ACP Japan Chapter website
Benefits for Residents and Fellows-in-training
ACP Resident/Fellow Members enjoy a variety of benefits that enhance their professional life, and have access to some of the most advanced electronic products and services for internists. With an ACP Resident/Fellow Membership, members are eligible for substantial discounts on many of the College's programs, products, and services.
ACP’s Resident/Fellow Membership year runs from July 1 to June 30 each year. Dues rates prorated and are valid through June 30, 2016.
General Information & Requirements
Individuals may apply for an ACP Resident/Fellow Membership if they have been accepted for or are currently training in:
- An accredited postgraduate program of internal medicine
- An accredited postgraduate program of medicine pediatrics
- A fellowship program in a subspecialty of internal medicine
Those who are serving obligatory military or public health service before completing postgraduate training in internal medicine or medicine pediatrics are also eligible.
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ACP Fellowship (FACP)
Internists and subspecialists who have been recognized for personal integrity, superior competence, professional accomplishment, and demonstrated scholarship may be eligible to become an ACP Fellow.