The National Emergency Medicine Political Action Committee (NEMPAC) is a critical tool in ACEP’s government affairs strategy to strengthen our influence on many legislative initiatives impacting the practice and delivery of emergency medical care. NEMPAC activities at ACEP18 will recognize the support of our most generous donors and highlight our agenda for the coming term.
Because of ACEP member support, NEMPAC has become one of the top medical PACs in the country and is a respected political voice in Washington, D.C.
NEMPAC VIP Donor Celebration of ACEP’s 50th Anniversary
Monday, Oct. 1, 5–6:30 p.m.
San Diego Wine and Culinary Event Center (by invitation only)
To commemorate ACEP’s 50th anniversary and to recognize and thank NEMPAC’s most generous and loyal supporters, the NEMPAC Board will host an invitation-only reception for ACEP members who have donated at the Chairman ($5,000) and Platinum ($2,500) levels in 2018 and those who have donated at the Give-a-Shift level for the past five years or more ($1,200 annually).
NEMPAC Donor Reception
Monday, Oct. 1, 6:30–8:30 p.m.
USS Midway Museum (by invitation only)
NEMPAC donors who have contributed $500 or more in 2018 ($50 or more for residents) are invited to celebrate NEMPAC’s growth and success, while mingling with other donors and NEMPAC and ACEP leaders. Guests will enjoy food, beverages, and tours of the ship and museum.
NEMPAC “Give-a-Shift” Donor Lounge
Monday, Oct. 1–Wednesday, Oct. 3, 8 a.m.–5 p.m.
San Diego Convention Center, Sails Pavilion (by invitation only)
ACEP members who have donated at the “Give-a-Shift” level ($1,200, or $120 for residents) in 2018 are invited to visit and enjoy this private lounge with complimentary breakfast, lunch, snacks, professional neck and shoulder massages, television, and business center amenities. NEMPAC Board members and staff will be available to discuss NEMPAC’s mission and activities in the 2018 mid-term elections.
For a full schedule of NEMPAC events, visit acep.org/acep18 or check the ACEP18 mobile app.
NEMPAC is nonpartisan and supports pro–emergency medicine candidates, not political parties.