Mexico ChapterThe ACC's Mexico Chapter was founded in 2011. At that moment, one of the biggest challenges was to unify all Mexican cardiologists and encourage them to participate in more academic meetings and programs.

The main feature of the ACC Mexico Chapter is now present in academic life and linked to the promotion of scientific events of cardiovascular medicine in Mexico. The cardiologists now have guaranteed academic support from the chapter. The approach of the ACC Chapter to FIT and Cardiology Residents in Mexico uses several events, programs, courses and opportunities of participation so that the FITs can develop their careers over time. The fact that there are so many FITs and Cardiology Residents in Mexico is a huge accomplishment for the ACC Mexico Chapter, and we look forward to seeing it grow even more in the future to become one of the most prestigious associations in the world.

Contact Information

Chapter Governor:
Armando García Castillo, MD

ACC Mexico

Affiliated Societies:

Mexican Society of Cardiology (MSC)
Juan Badiano #1
Col. Sección XVI
Tlalpan, C.P. 14080
D.F.
México
+ 52 55 55 73 29 11 Ext 1196-1181
Office: + 52 55 56 52 33 16
info@smcardiologia.org.mx
smcardiologia.org.mx

National Association of Cardiologist of Mexico (ANCAM)
Mexican Society of Thrombosis and Hemostasia (SOMETH)
Mexican Society of Interventional Cardiology (SOCIME)
Mexican Society of Cardiac Electrostimulation (SOMEEC)
Sociedad Medica del Hospital American British Cowdray (ABC)
Sociedad Medica del Hospital Angeles del Pedregal (SMHAP)

Annual Conference Information

ACC Latin America Conference
June 22-24, 2017
Mexico City

ACC Latin America Conference

Key Initiatives

  • Increasing membership in the FIT, Early Career, International Associate and Fellows categories.
  • Focus on spreading the four main ACC strategies of promoting population health, purposeful education, member value and engagement and transformation of care.
  • Establish an exchange program with a domestic USA Chapter of the ACC because of the valuable scientific and sociocultural information that can be exchanged.
  • Start the PINNACLE Registry from NCDR Registries in Mexico.
  • Improve our achievements from last year and to be a "Distinguished Chapter" again this year.