The American College of Physicians (ACP) founded National Internal Medicine Day in 2019 to recognize the contributions of internal medicine specialists and subspecialists who are united by a commitment to excellence around the world. ACP represents 163,000 internal medicine physicians (internists), related subspecialists, and medical students across the globe, and is the largest medical-specialty society in the world. ACP and its physician members lead the profession in education, standard-setting, and the sharing of knowledge to advance the science and practice of internal medicine.
About American College of Physicians
Founded in 1915, the ACP promotes the science and practice of medicine. Since its founding, the ACP supports internists in their quest for excellence. The organization shares the most updated medical knowledge. It also offers top-notch educational resources and a wide array of additional benefits. These benefits and more demonstrates ACP’s commitment to internal medicine and those who practice it.
The ACP is the largest medical-specialty society at 163,000 members around the globe. Their members lead the profession in education, standard-setting, and sharing the knowledge that advances the science and practice of internal medicine.