VACEP’s legislative agenda is successful when members participate in the process!
A community of empowered emergency physicians know their legislators and communicate with them before they are required to vote on any matter.
- If you do not know who your legislators are, find out now! Go to the Virginia General Assembly website to find your legislator.
- Look and see which committees your legislators are assigned. VACEP will send alerts to emergency physicians for whom we have an email address, when your legislator is voting in committee on bills we are actively pursuing. Contact information for all House and Senate members is also found on the Virginia General Assembly website.
- Get detailed information on Virginia’s legislative and political process that will help you be a successful citizen advocate. For more information visit the Virginia General Assembly Citizen’s Guide.
Leadership & Advocacy Fellowship, 2017-2018
VACEP is excited to offer the highly-regarded Leadership & Advocacy Fellowship for 2017-2018 to early-career emergency physicians passionate about improving… Read More >
ACEP Re-Launches Saving Millions Campaign
Check out ACEP’s newly updated Saving Millions campaign! It is designed to help the public understand the role of emergency… Read More >
2017 General Assembly Ends, Funds Emergency Department Information Exchange program
2017 Legislative Priorities Final General Assembly Report The 2017 Virginia General Assembly session adjourned on Saturday, February 25. While this… Read More >
2017 Annual CME Conference Presentations
LLSA 2014 LLSA 2015 LLSA 2016 2016 Update in Sepsis - Christopher Hogan, MD, FACEP, FCCM Annual Meeting Report, 2/11/17 Challenging… Read More >
VACEP Identifies Essential Best Practices for Care Coordination in the ED
VACEP’s leadership is leading the charge to find solutions to institute evidence-based practices that can reduce low-acuity emergency visits, coordinate… Read More >
2016 CME Conference Presentations
Alternative Vascular Access E-CPR, the Pros and Cons Emergency Cardiac Care Guidelines Management of Spontaneous ICH Subarachnoid Hemorrhage Diagnosis -… Read More >
Stay tuned for 2016 Virginia General Assembly action. Read More >
The Voice of Emergency Medicine in Virginia Politics
For the past thirty years, VACEP has been a key player in the Virginia General Assembly and regulatory arena regarding… Read More >
White Coats on Call 2017
White Coats on Call 2017: When: January 24th, 2017, 7:30am-1pm Dust off your white coat - The Medical Society of Virginia’s… Read More >
Emergency Physicians Speak Out on Capitol Hill
May 17th, 2016: "Emergency Physicians Speak Out on Capitol Hill” –Virginia had the eighth largest number of physicians in the… Read More >