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About the Chapter
David R. Hilden, MD, FACP
Dr. Hilden serves as the official representative of the College for the Minnesota Chapter, providing a link between members at the local level and leadership at the national level. To learn more about Dr. Hilden, read his bio.
To foster excellence, education and professionalism among all internists in our community and to work together to shape the future of health care in Minnesota.
To be Minnesota's recognized leader for patient care, advocacy, education and to enhance career choice, satisfaction, and collaboration for specialists and sub-specialists in internal medicine.
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The Laureate Award honors those members of the ACP in Minnesota who have demonstrated by their example and conduct an abiding commitment to excellence in medical care, education or research, and in service to their community and the ACP. Recipients of the award shall bear the title "Laureate of the Minnesota Chapter." The Minnesota Chapter presented the 2020 Laureate award to Karen Mauck, MD, FACP.
Community Service Award
The Community Volunteer Award honors an Internal Medicine physician and member of MN-ACP who exhibits a high degree of both personal and professional integrity. The recipient has demonstrated an active commitment to community service and may be recognized for a single significant community or volunteer achievement or a career of community volunteerism. The Minnesota Chapter presented the 2020 Community Service Award to the Rachel Silva, MD, MPH.
ACP hosted virtual ePoster Competitions for all abstracts originally selected for the poster competition at the now-canceled Internal Medicine Meeting 2020. Congratulations MN Chapter member Diana Zychowski (University of Minnesota, Minneapolis) on a National Abstract Competition win in the Clinical Vignette - Resident/Fellows category with an abstract titled Ocular Syphilis, Often Overlooked. Read more.