Funded solely by ACEP members, the National Emergency Medicine Political Action Committee (NEMPAC) advances the specialty of emergency medicine in Washington, D.C., and improves the practice environment for emergency physicians and patient care delivery.
Explore This IssueACEP17 Preview: Vol 36 – No 09a – September 2017
ACEP17 is your opportunity to learn more about NEMPAC’s year-round activities. What are the most important items on the legislative agenda? What has NEMPAC been doing in the heated health care debate? NEMPAC leaders and staff will be on hand to answer your questions. Learn more about NEMPAC when you get to Washington, D.C., and get involved.
NEMPAC Council Challenge
Friday, Oct. 27–Saturday, Oct. 28,
8 a.m.–5 p.m.
The ACEP Board of Directors and Council collectively donate more than $200,000 annually to NEMPAC. This two-day event demonstrates their commitment to ACEP’s political advocacy goals and increases the political clout of the specialty.
NEMPAC VIP Donor Reception
Sunday, Oct. 29, 6–8 p.m.
National Air and Space Museum (tentative)
To show appreciation for NEMPAC’s most generous donors, ACEP’s President is hosting an invitation-only reception for ACEP members who have donated $600 or more ($60 for residents) in the past year to NEMPAC. Donations are also accepted at the door for admittance.
NEMPAC “Give-a-Shift” Donor Lounge*
Sunday, Oct. 29–Tuesday, Oct. 31,
8 a.m.–4 p.m.
ACEP members who have donated at the Give-a-Shift level in the past year are invited to stop by and relax in this private lounge with complimentary breakfast, lunch, snacks, professional neck and shoulder massages, television, and business center amenities.
NEMPAC 10 Year “Give-a-Shift” and Platinum Donor Special Washington, D.C., Event
Monday, Oct. 30, 5:30 p.m.
Reception on the Speaker’s Balcony at the US Capitol
ACEP members who have donated at the 10 Year Give-a-Shift level and platinum donors are invited to this one-of-a-kind experience in the nation’s capitol.
View full schedule of NEMPAC events.
NEMPAC is nonpartisan and supports pro–emergency medicine candidates, not political parties.
*By invitation only