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ACP is proud to represent the greater internal medicine community. We celebrate internal medicine specialists and subspecialists and everything they do all over the world. See what your colleagues have to say about what makes practicing internal medicine so special, and be sure to share your story, too!
Celebrate National Internal Medicine Day, October 28!
ACP officially established October 28 as National Internal Medicine Day on the National Day Calendar every year. This day recognizes internal medicine specialists and subspecialists who are united by a commitment to excellence and who make a difference in the lives of their patients and the profession every day.
Internists Are Essential
The COVID-19 pandemic has brought to light what we’ve known all along—internists are essential. We thank internists and the entire internal medicine community for leading, putting patients first, and exemplifying the best in medicine.
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Internal medicine physicians are specialists who apply scientific knowledge and clinical expertise to the diagnosis, treatment, and compassionate care of adults across the spectrum from health to complex illness.
Internists Share Their Pride
Get inspired by your colleagues with these videos showcasing some of the many reasons ACP’s members are I.M. Proud.
ACP Members Recognize Peers Making an Impact
Each day ACP members are making a positive impact in the internal medicine community. Recognized by their peers for their outstanding efforts, please join us in celebrating the honorees.
I.M. Internal Medicine
An ongoing series of profiles of ACP members highlighting various careers and professional paths in internal medicine.
Share Your Pride
- Display your pride with an I.M. Proud pin and a pair of I.M. Proud socks!
- Enhance an upcoming Zoom meeting with a custom ACP and I.M. Proud background.
- Download some member logos to use on your letterhead, website, or email signature.
- Update your social media profile picture to include an I.M. Proud frame. On Facebook, click update on your profile picture, choose add frame, and search for IMProud. On Twitter, click here.
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