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Internists--doctors for adults--have joined the Nevada Chapter
to speak for Internal Medicine and to reflect the interests and
concerns of our specialty. If you are a board certified internist
in Nevada but are not yet an ACP member, I invite you to browse our
site to learn more about the College, our activities in the state,
and to become a member.
The Nevada Chapter is growing with over 761 internists,
including over 246 residents and medical students. We have 515
physician members (not in training). We represent 25 % of the
general internists and 35 % of the internal medicine subspecialists
in Nevada. Our chapter has a rich history of supporting the goal of
the ACP to promote better patient care by educating and informing
policy makers, patients, and fellow physicians.
As Governor, I have the responsibility of representing our
Chapter to the national organization; encouraging internists in our
state to become members and members to advance to Fellowship;
recognizing members; encouraging input and action on national,
state, and local political issues affecting the environment of
internal medicine; hosting local scientific meetings and CME
events; and encouraging medical student members and Associates
(i.e., residents) to participate in local, state, regional, and
national College activities.
My hope is that this site makes it easy for physicians in our
state to learn about and participate in the activities of our
If you have ideas for useful information we could include at
this site or more importantly--how the Chapter can enhance your
professional life--I would like to hear from you.
For information about the Nevada Chapter or any chapter
activity, please contact me at 702-458-2362 or e-mail.
Evan Klass, MD, FACP
Governor, Nevada Chapter of the American College of Physicians