• Louisiana ACEP

    Membership in the Louisiana Chapter of ACEP provides you with an exceptional opportunity to network with colleagues at local meetings, events and educational sessions. In addition, members and visitors to our website have access to the Louisiana staff and partners, as well as the national headquarters staff in Dallas, Texas. The experienced staff is available to assist you and answer questions on areas ranging from academic affairs to reimbursement issues.

    Membership also gives you access to information developed by 30 ACEP committees and 30 sections of membership, which provides additional networking and communication in specific areas of interest to emergency medicine.
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    Southeastern Chapters (SEC) ACEP

    Alabama, Arkansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, Oklahoma and Tennessee
    Educational Conference - Emergency Medicine: Then and Now
    June 4-7, 2018

    For more information about the conference, contact Margie Cole, Office Manager, by e-mail or by phone at 334-793-7789.  

    The ACEP Southeastern Chapters Educational Conference will be held at the Sandestin Golf and Beach Resort in Miramar Beach, Florida. In addition to the quality lectures and state-of-the-art exhibitors and vendors, there is a well-received poster presentation designed to highlight the efforts of emergency medicine residents. There is also plenty of time for relaxing and enjoying the beautiful Gulf Coast. Off-time activities include a spirited golf tournament, wine tasting and casino game night! This is a family-friendly event that provides an excellent vacation and education package at an affordable price.  

    More Information about the conference can be located in the Meetings Updates section of the web site.


  • Disaster Preparedness and Response Activities — Are We Ready?

    The LaACEP chapter has a unique relationship with the health care community of Louisiana.  The chapter meets regularly with Department of Health and Hospitals state leaders to discuss items of mutual interest, including disaster response and medical volunteer recruitment and training.

    The State Health Officer is actively involved with LaACEP in the planning and implementation of key projects, such as the development of Crisis Standards of Care. Many of our chapter leaders have direct experience with disaster response and training at the state and federal levels. As a result of our network, there are many opportunities for up-to-date training in the American Medical Association, Advanced Disaster life Support (ADLS) and International Trauma Life Support (ITLS) courses available through our office.