1971, the Pennsylvania College of Emergency Physicians (PACEP) has been
representing emergency physician’s interests in the legislative and
The chapter also offers many comprehensive and extensive
educational programs for our members. As an important benefit, the
chapter offers over 100 hours of CME to its members each year...at a
very low cost.
The American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP) represents more
than 24,000 emergency physicians. As the oldest and largest
representative body for emergency physicians, ACEP has played a key role
in the recognition and development of emergency medicine as a medical
specialty. Through its efforts in continuing education, public
education, research, policy development, and through international
activities, ACEP is helping to ensure continued improvements in the
quality of emergency care worldwide.
New memberships are handled by ACEP. To join PACEP, you must also be a member of ACEP.
for more information on how to become a member. You will be taken to
the national ACEP web site where you can download an application to