Why Join A Local ACS Chapter?
Why belong to your local chapter? Local chapters offer opportunities to network with colleagues in your backyard, attend seminars and other educational events close to home and monitor legislative and regulatory issues affecting Pennsylvania physicians. Chapter members looking for guidance or assistance with an issue can reach out to another member, close to home, that could be dealing with the same state-related issue.
Meet Your Council Members
Congratulations 2019 FACS Members
Noran Barry, MD, FACS Jessyka Lighthall, MD, FACS
Jasneet Bhullar, MD, FACS Juan Grullon, MD, FACS
Aaron Blackham, MD, FACS Jeremy McGarvey, MD, FACS
Yelena Bogdan, MD, FACS Lino Miele, MD, FACS
Bryan Cicuto, DO, FACS Anastasius Peter, MD, FACS
Nicole Cottrell, MD, FACS John Phu, MD, FACS
Lynne Doctor, MD, FACS Nicolas Purdy, DO, FACS
Matthew Factor, MD, FACS Christine Ramirez, MD, FACS
Karima Fitzgerald, MD, FACS Daniel Relles, MD, FACS
Luiz Foernges, MD, FACS Christopher Sanders, MD, FACS
Brian Ford, DMD, MD, FACS Mark Seeley, MD, FACS
Joshua Gish, MD, FACS Chunjie Yang, MD, FACS
Kelly Janke, DO, FACS
Mila Ju, MD, FACS
If you are a current member of the ACS, take the next step and join your local chapter. You have already met the requirements and standards for membership in the KCACS. Simply complete the “Membership Acceptance Form”. Chapter dues are minimal. The value of having educational and networking resources close to home is immeasurable.
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