Early Career Physicians

NYACP represents over 1200 Early Career Physicians (defined as within 16 years of completing medical school). Your membership gives you access to career counseling, networking, education, advocacy and communication resources to assist you with your career in Internal Medicine.

What is an Early Career Physician?

An Early Career Physician is defined as a physician member of ACP who is within sixteen (16) years of medical school graduation and who is not a medical student or associate member of ACP.

Message from NYACP's Early Career Physician Committee Chairs

If you are interested in participating on the NYACP EarlyCareer Physicians Committee, please contact Karen Tucker LaBello  at klabello@nyacp.org

Harvir Gambhir MD, FACP

We are excited & honored to announce that the NYACP Early Career Physicians Task Force has been upgraded to a committee!  We thank you NYACP Executive Committee! This Committee has been instrumental in putting together successful programs for our Early Career Chapter members. We will continue to offer pertinent mentoring programs for Residents and Medical Students. Our goals are to collaborate and promote mentorship, leadership, and innovation and develop opportunities for our team to grow and prosper. We are proud to announce that we have created a new position: Vice Chair for ECPC, and it is our privilege to share that our own Dr. Marc Braunstein has accepted the position.  
We want to wholeheartedly thank & express our deepest gratitude to Dr. Ankita Sagar for leading the Early Career Physicians Task Force for many years and guiding us on the path to recruiting new programs, such as the Women in Medicine Series. Dr. Sagar is stepping down as Chair; however, she will remain a valuable member of this Committee. Thank you for your selfless, generous, and outstanding dedication to the Early Career Physicians and the NYACP!

Marc Braunstein, MD, FACP

Vice-Chair Early Career Physicians Committee

Early Career Physician Committee Members:
Nicole Adler, MD, FACP              Charles LoPresto, MD, FACP 
Chris Elsayad, MD, FACP           Anjali Nigalaye, MD
Camile Gooden - MD                  Raphael Rabinowitz, MD
Shellie Gumbs, MD, FACP          Ankita Sagar, MD, FACP                            
Ofek Hai, MD, FACP                    Evan Siau, MD, FACP                                         
Jackie Heath, MD                       Vasundhara Singh, MD, FACP              

Charles Kast, MD, FACP             Dona Varghese, MBBS, FACP
Viren Kaul, MD, FACP                 Kanica Yashi, MD
Brianne Navetta-Modrov, MD, FACP

RECORDED WEBINARS

NYACP is now offering on-demand viewing for previously recorded webinars.   These recordings/power points are made available to you as a member benefit for review at your convenience. 

Webinars from the current year are listed below.  Additional webinars are available on NYACP's Recorded Programs page. 

Women in Medicine Series

The NYACP Early Career Physicians Task Force is hosting a four-part Women in Medicine Webinar Series, once per quarter in 2021. This series will be a platform for women physicians to share their voice, learn from healthcare leaders and work together in navigating the future for IM women physicians. In our first session, Dr. Darilyn Moyer, EVP/CEO American College of Physicians dove into a more diverse and equitable environment for women physicians. Moderated by Susan Lee, MD, FACP and Ankita Sagar, MD, FACP

Women in Medicine Part 5

Women in Medicine Part 5:  Building Your Brand Intentionally Every Day
November 9, 2021

Dawn Sears, MD, FACG
Avital Y. O'Glasser, MD, FACP, FHM:  Social Media and CV Building

Women In Medicine Series  Part 4 Webinar

Women in Medicine Part 4:  Burnout and Peer Support
September 14, 2021

Connie Newman, MD, FACP
Stephanie Catanese, MD, FACP

Women in Medicine Part 3 Webinar

Women in Medicine Series Part 3: Allyship
July 12, 2021

Tiffany Leung, MD, FACP and Harvir Singh Gambhir, MD, FACP
Sponsored by the Early Career Physicians Task Force.

Women in Medicine Part 1 Webinar

 

 

Early Career Physician Members Opportunities  

ACP’s Guided Fellowship Program

The ACP Guided Fellowship Program provides early career physicians with guidance toward attaining ACP Fellowship within three years. All information can be found here: ACP Guided Fellowship Program

NYACP Early Career Physician Task Force

If you are interested in participating on the NYACP Early Career Physicians Task Force, please contact Karen Tucker LaBello  at klabello@nyacp.org

ACP Leadership Academy

The ACP Leadership Academy provides members with training and resources to prepare you for leadership roles in your organization and in the greater healthcare environment.

Formal Leadership Training

In partnership the American Association for Physician Leadership, ACP offers live meetings, faculty-led online courses, and self-study modules to help fill gaps in your leadership knowledge and to build your CV - all while earning CME.

  • ACP members receive the American Association for Physician Leadership member rate on all courses plus an additional 15% on selected courses.
  • Earn ACP Certificates of Completion for each course you finish.
  • Courses count toward becoming a Certified Physician Executive (CPE) or toward a master's degree program in medical management from one of four prestigious universities.

Learn more about all of the available courses offered through the ACP Leadership Academy.

Certificate in Physician Leadership for Hospital Medicine

The ACP Leadership Academy is pleased to announce the new Certificate in Physician Leadership for Hospital Medicine program, jointly offered by the American College of Physicians and the American Association for Physician Leadership. Learn more

Additional Resources

ACP's Early Career Physicians Website

Career Link

Are you a physician just beginning your job search? Check out the new NYACP Career Link Job Posting page!


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