The College has joined in a collaborative effort with 11 other specialty societies to launch a new Surgery State Legislative Action Center (SSLAC). The SSLAC is an electronic advocacy tool that utilizes the same software program and zip code matching technology that the ACS and many other national specialty societies use for Federal advocacy efforts.
The Physician Advocacy Fellowship provides support to doctors who want to develop their policy and advocacy skills by partnering with an advocacy organization on a project that they design jointly.
The ACS Foundation Board of Directors has launched the 1913 Legacy Campaign in honor of the ACS Centennial celebration and in plans to raise transformative gifts for the College’s second century.
NOTICE: Effective June 27, 2010, physicians in California must inform their patients that they are licensed by the Medical Board of California, and include the board’s contact information. The notice must contain the following information: