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Chapter Mailing List Rental Application

STEP 1: Agree to the ACEP Mailing List Rental Guidelines, Terms and Conditions, and Pricing Structure

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ACEP Chapter Membership mailing List rental Policy

Chapter Cross Reference Database (Portal)

Chapters may access the “Chapter Cross Reference Database (Portal)” to obtain current information for their members at no charge. They may download a variety of chapter membership reports as well as a current chapter membership roster. The available reports include the option to download chapter mailing list information.

In the event the Portal is inaccessible/not operational, Chapter mailing list requests will be handled by Chapter Services. All requests for names outside of the respective Chapter membership will be directed to ACEP CME Staff and will be subject to the application policies/procedures and fee schedule outlined below.

Chapters choosing not to utilize the “free” portal to obtain mailing list information for their members may submit an application to ACEP’s CME Approval Coordinator. Applications will be subject to the policies/procedures and fee schedule outlined below.

All promotional materials for CME activities approved for/seeking accreditation by national ACEP must be reviewed and approved by the CME Approval Coordinator PRIOR to distribution. This includes, but is not limited to, e-mails, brochures, mailers, flyers, Web pages, on-site programs, and press releases. CME credit approval will be declined/revoked for activities promoted without prior approval.

Application Policies/Procedures
A copy of the promotional piece/advertisement must be submitted with the agreement. Orders will not be processed without a sample mail piece and form of payment.

The Chapter reduced fee schedule outlined below applies to only Chapter activities. Third Party activities will be charged full price.

Sale of Chapter self-generated mailing lists
Before determining whether to maintain, reproduce, and sell chapter lists, chapters should consider the revenue expected and the procedures and liabilities.

To sell their own lists, Chapters must store and produce their own lists of their chapter members. They are required to maintain current, up-to-date lists. National ACEP will continue to make current membership data available to chapters via the “Chapter Cross Reference Database (Portal)”. Chapters are responsible for uploading the changes into their own list.

Chapters may sell self-generated lists of their own chapter members, but may not store or reproduce member names and addresses from other chapters. Chapters may not sell lists obtained directly from national ACEP.

When chapters sell self-generated lists, they must agree to refrain from restraint of trade or anti-trust practices. There is no principal-agent relationship between chapter and national association; the chapter sells its lists without national knowledge or approval. Compliance with all laws and regulations is the responsibility of the chapter.

There is a possibility of the national association (and therefore all other chapters) being included in anti- trust or restraint of trade actions. The College follows strict procedures in releasing the membership list to outside agencies. Chapters should establish similar procedures.

The policy whereby chapters may sell only self-generated lists for their members is recommended to protect the majority of chapters. The chapter-generated list may decrease the potential of the College (and therefore all other chapters) being drawn into an anti-trust action. The sale of lists generated by the College may be perceived as a chapter acting on behalf of the College when in fact the College has no mechanism of knowing to whom the list is sold or not sold. The policy helps minimize the liability of ACEP and other chapters for inappropriate chapter actions.

ACEP Guidelines for rental of membership list

The ACEP membership list, for the purposes of mailing labels only, may be rented for one-time use upon ACEP’s review and approval of the request and the proposed mailing piece using the criteria outlined in these guidelines.

  1. The proposed use of the list will be for mailing an item that promotes a program, product, or service which reasonably can be expected to be of interest to ACEP members.
  2. The list will be made available for research purposes provided the requestor submits a sample of the mailing piece, etc.
  3. All copy to be mailed to ACEP members must be submitted to ACEP prior to release of the list. ACEP’s requests for changes in copy (e.g., to correct an inappropriate use of ACEP’s name,) must be made by the customer and submitted, in writing, prior to release of the list.
  4. ACEP reserves the right to reject any membership mailing label list request. The following are examples of uses of the list that may be denied:
    1. Use by political candidates.
    2. Publicity or advertising that might imply to ACEP members that the College has endorsed an organization, its purpose, products, or services, particularly if the College has not taken an official position on the issue advocated by the organization.
    3. Use by organizations for any fundraising purposes or membership solicitation.
    4. Any communication that would tend to mislead, misinform, or be considered distasteful.
    5. Concern about the reliability or integrity of the customer requesting the labels, particularly if the customer has an account that is 90 days or more past due.
  5. The Board of Directors will establish prices for the rental of the list during the budget approval process. Prices will vary according to the purpose of the mailing. For example, lists for an education program with ACEP Category I credit are less expensive than labels for physician recruitment.
  6. ACEP will neither release members’ telephone numbers of any kind (home, work, cell, fax, etc.) nor members’ email addresses of any kind. ACEP will not authorize the list to be stored or duplicated in any manner, including the personalization of letters by electronic storage of the list.

When a third party rents the membership list or purchases mailing labels, the information will be provided to chapter services staff and a notification will be provided to the chapter where the meeting will be held.

Terms and Conditions

  • Third Party Rush orders (less than 3 business days): add $50
  • Payment is due upon submission of application and prior to dissemination of list by ACEP.
  • Third Party Cancellation Policy
    • Prior to dissemination of list by ACEP - payment will be refunded less a $150 fee; $200 fee if application was processed as a rush order
    • After dissemination of list by ACEP – payment in full is required; no refund will be processed
  • List rental for one-time use only. The list will not be reproduced or stored in any manner, either in part or in whole. This statement prohibits the user from producing individualized repetitious letters. Additional usage will require submission of an additional request to ACEP.
  • Sample materials proposed for mailing must be submitted for review. Where final materials are not available, a comprehensive layout and copy must be submitted. ACEP will be the final authority for approval of mailing list use. The list is to be used only for the purposes of distributing materials previously reviewed and approved by the College.
  • Each purchase is a separate contract between ACEP and the use and shall imply no obligation on the part of ACEP to enter into future contracts for the use of the list.
  • Failure to adhere to guidelines may result in legal action. Such misuse will render the customer liable for all damages to the College which arises from litigation, attorney’s fees, court costs, and expenses incurred because of misuse.

Pricing Structure

Chapter Activities Only
Quantity Fee
0-700 names $40.00/1000 names
701-1,400 names $30.00/1000 names
1,401-2,000 names $20.00/1000 names
2001-2500 names $15.00/1000 names
2,501-6,000 names $10.00/1000 names
6,001-15,000 names $7.50/1000 names
>15,000 names $6.50/1000 names

Chapter/Third Party Activities

  • $225/M names – Standard Rate
  • $175/M names – Discounted Rate for promotions related to educational programs approved for ACEP Category I Credit
  • $8/M Key Coding
  • $50 – Rush Fee (less than 3 days business days)
  • $150 – Cancellation fee for non-rush order cancellations received prior to dissemination of the list by ACEP
  • $200 – Cancellation fee for rush order cancellations received prior to dissemination of the list by ACEP

YES - I agree

STEP 2: Customer Information

Thank you for your interest in renting ACEP’s chapter mailing list. Please provide the following information for review.

STEP 3: Promotional Piece Information

STEP 4: Format

STEP 5: Type of Membership

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Membership Descriptions

Regular members do not include, candidate, international, life, inactive or honorary members.


Regular members are physicians who devote a significant portion of their medical endeavors to Emergency medicine. They are licensed in the state, province, territory or foreign country in which they practice, or are serving in a governmental medical assignment. They must also fulfill a postgraduate education requirement every three years. The vast majority of the members are in the United States.


Inactive members who are unable to engage in active practice may, upon application, be elected to this classification by the Board of Directors.


Regular members who have retired from medical practice for any reason.


Persons of distinction who have rendered outstanding service to the College or to the medical profession, or distinguished members of the College who have retired from practice, may be elected to honorary membership.


Any regular member who has been a member of the College for a minimum of 30 years in any class shall be assigned to life status. Any member previously designated as a life member under any prior definition shall retain life status.


Any medical or osteopathic student, intern or physician participating in an emergency medicine residency or fellowship program.


Physicians interested in emergency medicine who are not a resident of the United States or a possession thereof, and who are licensed to practice medicine by the government within whose jurisdiction such physician resides and practices.


Members of the College who are either active, life, honorary or international members for three continuous years prior to election and are currently certified in emergency medicine by the American Board of Emergency Medicine or in pediatric emergency medicine by the American Board of Pediatrics. They must have three years of active involvement in emergency medicine as their chief professional activity, exclusive of training. Additionally they must meet three of ten additional criteria demonstrating their involvement in activities such as hospital affairs, teaching, research, administration, etc.









All Candidate Members

Emergency Medicine Residents (All)

Emergency Medicine Residents (Final Year)

Medical Students (All)

Medical Students (Final Year)

Fellowship Training

STEP 6: Geographic

Please make a selection from the following address choices

STEP 7: Select Lists

If you did not choose a list based on membership type (Step 5) and/or geographic areas (step 6) above, please make your choice(s) from the select list options listed below:

Alabama Chapter ACEP

Alaska Chapter ACEP

Arizona College of Emergency Physicians

Arkansas Chapter ACEP

California ACEP

Colorado Chapter ACEP

Connecticut College of Emergency Physicians

Delaware Chapter ACEP

District of Columbia Chapter ACEP

Florida College of Emergency Physicians

Georgia College of Emergency Physicians

Government Services Chapter ACEP

Hawaii Chapter ACEP

Idaho Chapter ACEP

Illinois College of Emergency Physicians

Indiana Chapter ACEP

Iowa Chapter ACEP

Kansas Chapter ACEP

Kentucky Chapter ACEP

Louisiana Chapter ACEP

Main Chapter ACEP

Maryland Chapter ACEP

Massachusetts College of Emergency Physicians

Michigan College of Emergency Physicians

Minnesota Chapter ACEP

Mississippi Chapter ACEP

Missouri College of Emergency Physicians

Montana Chapter ACEP

Nebraska Chapter ACEP

Nevada Chapter ACEP

New Hampshire Chapter ACEP

New Jersey Chapter ACEP

New Mexico Chapter ACEP

New York Chapter ACEP

North Carolina College of Emergency Physicians

North Dakota Chapter ACEP

Ohio Chapter ACEP

Oklahoma College of Emergency Physicians

Oregon Chapter ACEP

Pennsylvania College of Emergency Physicians

Puerto Rico Chapter ACEP

Rhode Island Chapter ACEP

South Carolina College of Emergency Physicians

South Carolina College of Emergency Physicians

South Dakota Chapter ACEP

Tennessee College of Emergency Physicians

Texas College of Emergency Physicians

Utah Chapter ACEP

Vermont Chapter ACEP

Virginia College of Emergency Physicians

Washington Chapter ACEP

West Virginia Chapter ACEP

Wisconsin Chapter ACEP

Wyoming Chapter ACEP

Air Medical Transport

American Association of Women Emergency Physicians

Careers in Emergency Medicine

Critical Care Medicine

Cruise Ship Medicine

Democratic Group Practice

Disaster Medicine

Emergency Medicine Informatics

Emergency Medicine Practice Management & Health Policy

Emergency Medicine Research

Emergency Medicine Workforce

Event Medicine

Dual Training Section

Emergency Medicine Telemedicine

Emergency Ultrasound

EMS-Prehospital Care

Forensic Medicine

Freestanding Emergency Centers

Geriatric Emergency Medicine

International Emergency Medicine

Medical Humanities

Observation Medicine

Pain Management

Palliative Medicine

Pediatric Emergency Medicine

Quality Improvement & Patient Safety

Rural Emergency Medicine

Sports Medicine

Tactical Emergency Medicine


Trauma & Injury Prevention

Undersea & Hyperbaric Medicine


Wilderness Medicine

Young Physicians

Medical Student (enrolled in medical school)

Intern (enrolled in an accredited residency program)

Year 1 Resident

Year 2 Resident

Year 3 Resident

Year 4 Resident

Fellowship Program (enrolled in ACGME accredited fellowship program)

STEP 8: Size of List

Please upload your mail piece for review in either Word or PDF format.

Please click on “Send Your Request” to complete your application submission. You will also receive a submission acknowledgement e-mail that reflects the application details based on your form entries. Please review the information in detail and contact ACEP CME staff at 800-798-1822 ext 3252 with questions or to provide changes to your application. If staff are unavailable to take your call, please leave a detailed message and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

If additional clarification or information is needed in order to process your application, ACEP CME Staff will contact you directly at the e-mail address and/or phone number listed on the application.

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