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Become a Member of the ACOEP-SC

Not sure where to begin?
Download the 2014 Membership Packet and read up on everything the ACOEP-SC can do for you.
Or, download the 2014 Membership Application and become a member (for free) today!

Updated Student Membership Packet Fall 2015-2016

Student and Resident Membership Application

You are also welcome to reach out to the ACOEP SC-Board with any questions!

The Next Regional Student Symposium

Join the ACOEP Student and Resident Chapters for the next Regional Student Symposiums! These one day events are held across the country and are designed to fit the busy schedule, and tight budgets, of medical students. Students can take advantage of high-quality, rapid fire lectures, skills labs, and resident and residency panels. These meetings are a fun and fast-paced way to get involved, learn, and network.

The next upcoming symposium will be hosted at Albert Einstein Medical Center in Philadelphia, PA on Saturday, March 25, 2017. Please stay tuned after the New Year for registration details.

Space is limited, register now!

ACOEP’s Spring Seminar is coming up April 18-22 in beautiful Bonita Springs, FL! Student events are on April 20th, but students are welcome to join in any of the lectures or tracks throughout the week.

Some highlights of ACOEP’s Spring Seminar include:
-Hands on Ultrasound Course
-Keynote Address
-Rapid Fire Lectures

Important Spring Seminar Dates:
Student Chapter Events
April 20, 2017

You must be registered for Spring Seminar to attend the events above.

General Information

ACOEP hosts two annual meetings, Scientific Assembly which takes place in the fall, and Spring Seminar. These conferences are a great opportunity for students to take advantage of everything that ACOEP has to offer. The ACOEP-SC plays a big part in each conference, hosting hands-on workshops, and a dedicated lecture track. At ACOEP’s Spring Seminar, ACOEP-SC offers a residency director panel, Leadership Academy, and the opportunity to network with experienced professionals in the field. In the fall, the ACOEP Student Chapter Residency Fair is a great way to meet with representatives from residency programs from across the country.


How do I register for conference?
Register online by clicking here. If you do not remember your user log in, or have questions on how to create one, contact Lindsey Roden at 312.445.5717.

Is there a conference registration fee?
ACOEP’s Spring Seminar and Scientific Assembly cost $25 each to attend. The Student Symposium have a registration fee of $30.

Is there a stipend for travel?
There is not an individual stipend for students, however each local chapter receives a $300 reimbursement per conference that they can use at each chapter’s discretion. EM Club presidents or representatives can see the Student Chapter Treasurer for a reimbursement form. Forms are also emailed to each club president one month prior to the conference.

I am traveling alone. Is there any way to find a roommate to split costs?
The ACOEP-SC does not arrange for roommates, however, many students have had luck posting on the Facebook page in the past. ACOEP also negotiates with the hotel for reduced nightly rates. See the dedicated conference page on this website for hotel information and rates.

Are there any major differences between the spring and fall conference?
Spring Seminar and Scientific Assembly both offer students hands-on labs, the opportunity to hear world-class speakers, and the chance to network with professionals in the field. There are, however, some key differences.

At Spring Seminar students can sit in on rapid-fire lectures, participate in the FOEM Case Study Poster Competition and to attend events such as the popular Welcome Reception and the FOEM 5k and DO-Dash.

Scientific Assembly offers more didactic sessions, labs and lectures. However, students are also invited to attend the Student Chapter Residency Fair in which program directors and coordinators from across the country provide information about various residency programs. This is an excellent opportunity for students to discover what these programs have to offer and to find the best match for them.

Important Dates

Mark your calendars for these future events!

ACOEP’s Student Symposium: A Sensory Tour Of Emergency Medicine
Saturday, March 25, 2017 at 7:45a-5:30p
Einstein Medical Center
Philadelphia, PA
Register here

ACOEP’s Scientific Assembly
November 4-8, 2018
Hyatt Denver Convention Center
Denver, CO

Speaker Interest

If you are interested in speaking, putting on a clinic, or sponsoring an event such as lunch, dinner, cocktails or giveaways please contact:

Lindsey Roden
Resident and Student Organization Coordinator
Direct: 312.445.5717

Regional Symposium

Join the ACOEP Student and Resident Chapters for the next Regional Student Symposiums! These one day events are held across the country and are designed to fit the busy schedule, and tight budgets, of medical students. Students can take advantage of high-quality, rapid fire lectures, skills labs, and resident and residency panels. These meetings are a fun and fast-paced way to get involved, learn, and network.

The next student symposium will be at Einstein Medical Center in Philadelphia, PA

Reasons to Attend: 

– This is a great way to see what an ACOEP conference is like without having to spend a lot of money on travel or hassle with getting out of class.

– You will have the opportunity to network with local residents and learn more about their programs.

– The educational experience! Where else will you get a chance to practice hands on skills with EM residents and attendings?

Current Residency Programs

Use the map below to find a residency program, or search by state using the list below the map.
Click the enlarge icon icon to enlarge the map.

Disclaimer: Residency programs frequently update information on their websites (i.e., number of residents they will be accepting). The program’s website is the best source for definitive information. Recently, new programs have been formed each year. We will try our best to keep this map updated to reflect changes.


Kingman Regional Medical Center


White County Medical Center


Arrowhead Regional Medical Center

Desert Regional Medical Center


Mount Sinai Medical Center

St. Lucie Medical Center


Midwestern University/ COM Provident Hospital of Cook County


Allegiance Health

Botsford Hospital

Garden City Hospital

Genesys Regional Medical Center

Henry Ford Macomb Hospital

Henry Ford Wyandotte Hospital

Lakeland Health

Edward Sparrow Hospital



Mercy Health Hackley Campus Muskegon

Metro Health Hospital

Oakwood Healthcare System Osteopathic Division

Promedica Monroe Regional Hospital

St. John Health – Osteopathic Division

St. Mary Mercy Hospital


Merit Health Wesley


Freeman Health System

New Jersey

Rowan-SOM and Kennedy Health Systems

Newark Beth Israel Medical Center

St. Joseph’s Regional Medical Center

Inspira ( Formerly South Jersey Healthcare)

New York

Arnot Health

Coney Island

Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center

Nassau University Medical School

Orange Regional Medical Center

St. Barnabas Hospital

North Carolina

Southeastern Health


Adena Health System

Doctors Hospital

Grandview Hospital and Medical Center

Marietta Memorial Hospital

St. Elizabeth Boardman Hospital

St. John Medical Center

St. Joseph Warren Hospital

South Pointe Hospital Cleveland Clinic Health System

Southern Ohio Medical Center

University Health Regional Hospitals


Comanche County Memorial Hospital

Integris Southwest Medical Center

Norman Regional Health System

Oklahoma State University Medical Center


Albert Einstein Medical Center

Aria Health

Conemaugh Memorial Medical Center

Lehigh Valley Health Network

Memorial Hospital

St. Luke’s Hospital

St. Vincent’s Health Center

UPMC Hamot

Rhode Island

Kent Hospital

West Virginia

Charleston Area Medical Center

Ohio Valley Medical Center

ACOEP-SC Resources

ACOEP works hard to make sure that you have the resources you need for success. If there is anything that you need that you do not see listed on this website, do not hesitate to contact Jaclyn McMillin.

Mentor Program

ACOEP is proud to unveil the new Regional Mentor Program, an exciting initiative that provides all osteopathic medical schools with a team of mentors dedicated to helping students navigate the challenging world of medical school. Students benefit from these one-on-one relationships that are an incredible way for physicians to give back to the medical community and to make a substantial difference in the practice of medicine. Click here for more information on how to get involved.

ACOEP-SC Online Education

Medical students are constantly on the go, which is why ACOEP is committed to providing quality, online education. View lectures in the comfort of your pajamas, or listen to cutting-edge podcasts as you commute to the hospital.

ACOEP-SC Members enjoy free access the new ACOEP Digital Classroom. Here you can find links to recordings of lectures from past conferences, exam reviews and more. The Classroom will soon expand to include demonstrations, custom made lectures, and hot topics. Click here to learn more

ACOEP-SC has also developed a series of incredible podcasts encompassing a wide-variety of topics from traumatic brain injury and psychological health, to emergencies on airplanes. Click here to access all of the ACOEP-SC Podcasts!

New Chapters and Bylaws
More information coming soon!