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ACP offers a number of resources to help members make sense of the MOC requirements and earn points.
Understanding MOC Requirements
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April 11-13, 2019
Internal Medicine Meeting 2019
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From the North Carolina ACP Governor:
Welcome to our Web page. North Carolina internists--doctors for
adults--are joined in the North Carolina Chapter, ACP to speak for
Internal Medicine and to reflect the interests and concerns of our
specialty. ACP, founded in 1915, is the nation's largest medical
specialty organization. Membership comprises 141,000 internal
medicine physicians and medical students.
As Governor, I have the responsibility of representing our
Chapter to the national organization, encouraging internists in our
state to become members, recognizing our members, urging them to
advance to Fellowship, and encouraging input and action on national
political issues (through the State Health & Public Policy
Committee and by having our members be "key contacts" to the
College's Washington office). I am also responsible for encouraging
medical student members and Associates (i.e., residents) to
participate in local and national College activities.
I will be glad to communicate with any of you regarding your
questions or concerns about the College, its programs and
positions, and to encourage your participation.
Byron J. Hoffman, Jr., MD, FACP
Governor, ACP North Carolina Chapter