The New York American College of Emergency Physicians exists to support quality emergency medical care and to promote the interest of emergency physicians.

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Welcome Residents

From networking events to leadership programs to career development seminars, New York ACEP is focused on helping you make the most out of your residency and involving you in the emergency medicine community in New York State. One of the important values of membership is facilitating the connections you will need as you transition out of residency. Whether you stay in state after graduation or take a job across the country, you’ll take with you the skills and relationships you’ve built during your time as an New York ACEP member.

Alternative Career Paths in Emergency Medicine

Board Preparation

Conferences for Residents

2020 EM Resident Career Day Presentations (Members Only)

Cover Letters, Curriculum Vitae and Interview Tips

EM Organization Overview - A Guide to Getting Involved in the Alphabet Soup of Emergency Medicine

EMRA EM Advocacy Handbook

New York ACEP Involvement

Other Organizations

Residency, Fellowship and Education Resources

New York ACEP Emergency Medicine Resident Committee
If you are a resident preparing for your career, take this opportunity to learn more about New York ACEP’s three core areas of focus—advocacy, education and physician leadership—which are just as important to medical students and residents as they are to the veterans of emergency medicine.

Advocacy: Health care delivery changes daily and our interest must be protected. New York ACEP is your advocate in Albany working to improve your work environment.

Education: New York ACEP offers free resident education right here in New York: Emergency Medicine Resident Career Day & Job Fair and the Resident Research Conference. Residents also receive a discounted rate to attend New York ACEP's Scientific Assembly, held in July at the Sagamore Resort on Lake George.

Leadership: New York ACEP is committed to developing the future leaders of emergency medicine —because every emergency physician that learns to be an effective advocate is a potential leader and activist for advancing emergency care.

To stay viable into the future, New York ACEP's priorities need to reflect the needs of its resident members. Start by being a part of the Emergency Medicine Residents Committee.