Welcome to MCACS
The Michigan Chapter of the American College of Surgeons (MCACS) is Michigan’s grass roots division of the American College of Surgeons. The Chapter works at the state level to influence Michigan governmental policies that affect your everyday practice such as medical malpractice law, safety issues, and scope of practice law. Governors are selected from the MCACS to represent your interests to the ACS. Michigan Chapter members also act as representatives for the College on the ACS Committee on Cancer, Committee on Trauma and Young Surgeons Issues Committee.
A Message from the President
It is an honor to represent the Michigan Chapter of the American College of Surgeons (MCACS), a scientific and educational association of surgeons who meet each May in camaraderie to network, enhance the science and art of surgery and provide encouragement to those who are the future of surgery, our surgical residents. In addition to holding our Annual Meeting, the MCACS is involved in advocacy at the state level. The Chapter is comprised of greater than 1100 surgeons and is governed by a Council, led by President Dr. Lena Napolitano with the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. Learn More.
66th Annual Meeting
May 8 – 10, 2019
Amway Grand Plaza Hotel
Grand Rapids, MI
Verification of Attendance and Evaluation
You must complete the verification of attendance and conference evaluation in order for your CME hours to be reported to ACS.
The deadline to complete is June 3, 2019 at 11:59 PM EDT.
This activity has an optional Self-Assessment Component. In order to earn Self-Assessment Credit, you must pass the post test with a score of 75% or higher.
The deadline for completion is May 24, 2019 at 11:59 pm EDT.
The Michigan Chapter of the ACS (MCACS) would like to invite you to become a member! It’s your membership that will continue to let the Chapter focus on important issues facing Michigan surgeons.
Young Surgeons Issues Committee (YSIC)
Members of the Young Surgeons Issues Committee (YSIC) must be Fellows under the age of 45. Two new members shall be appointed each year and serve three-year terms or until their 45th birthday, whichever comes first.