Retired Membership in ACEP

Retired from your medical practice?

You’re eligible for retired membership status!

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Stay Engaged

Discounted Dues an Option for Non-Practicing Members

Your heart has always been with the specialty of Emergency Medicine. Even now that you have retired from clinical practice, you don't want to miss a beat ... and we don't want you to, either!

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Did You Know?

  • Retired members pay just $205*, but keep the invaluable benefits that served you well throughout your career.
  • If you have retired from medical practice, you are eligible for retired membership status (subject to verification).
  • Call or text 888-817-2237 or email us when you have retired from practice but want to stay connected to your specialty and see what the future holds.

*National dues are 1/3 the price of regular membership, but state chapter dues vary.

With your Retired Membership, you will:

  • Stay connected with engagED: ACEP’s members-only online community for networking
  • Have the option to join the Exploring Retirement Section. ACEP's newest section offers resources and a network for physicians at or nearing clinical retirement to remain relevant to the specialty of emergency medicine
  • Stay current: With ACEP Now, articles and opinions in the Official Voice of Emergency Medicine, and Annals of Emergency Medicine
  • Stay in touch: Attend ACEP meetings and events, often at a lower member rate, and keep those meaningful friendships
  • Give back to your specialty: Get involved in legislative and advocacy efforts to propel the specialty forward and protect the rights of emergency physicians


Keep These Great Benefits and so much more!

Partner Discounts

As an ACEP member, you have access to a variety of discounts from companies who want to support you while you stand on the front lines of healthcare protecting us all.

Online Networking Community

Visit our online engagED community.

Upcoming Educational Meetings

Check out all of our educational meetings right here!

Other Member Benefits

What has ACEP done for me lately? Quite a bit, actually.

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