ACP Internist

Publisher: American College of Physicians
Editor: Jennifer Kearney-Strouse
Established: 1981
Frequency: 10 times per year in print; combined July/August and November/December
Audience: Internists, internal medicine subspecialists
2023 Projected circulation: 78,022

ACP Internist is the official tabloid-sized member publication of the American College of Physicians.

ACP Internist is written for general internists and internal medicine subspecialists and is a benefit of paid ACP membership. Many internists are primary care physicians who provide disease prevention services, diagnosis, and treatment to adults and adolescents. Others have chosen to specialize in one of internal medicine's 15 subspecialties: cardiology, gastroenterology, nephrology, endocrinology, hematology, rheumatology, neurology, pulmonary medicine, oncology, infectious diseases, allergy and immunology, sports medicine, critical care medicine, hospice and palliative medicine, or geriatrics.

The 249,237 general internists and subspecialists working in the United States wrote approximately one billion prescriptions and are more than twice the number of family practice and general practice physicians (119,800). This group constitutes the ideal market for advertisers who wish to reach high-prescribing clinicians who treat adult patients.