The ACC’s Cardiac Surgery Team Member Section and Leadership Council is the home for all members of the cardiac surgery heart team within the ACC, advocating for and advancing the priorities of the community.
Combining a unique blend of forum and network, the Cardiac Surgery Team Member Section and Leadership Council serves as a College-wide resource for issues related to cardiac surgical professionals. Explore these pages to find out how we do it and who we are.
Become a Member — Join Now.
Serve as a voice for your community and become a part of the Cardiac Surgery Team Member Section and Leadership Council today! To join, opt in on your member profile at any time, call ACC Member Care at (800) 253-4636, ext. 5603 or check the box on your dues statement each Fall.
The Cardiac Surgery Team Section and Leadership Council membership provides participants with opportunities to make a difference:
- Network with colleagues
- Develop leadership skills
- Advance your career
- Strengthen your skills
- Expand upon your interests within the specialty
Joseph C. Cleveland, Jr. MD, FACC
Message From the Chair
Welcome to the Cardiac Surgery Team Member Section and Leadership Council on ACC.org!
Welcome to the ACC's Cardiac Surgery Team Member Section! Your Member Section strives to serve as a point of identification for all members of the cardiac surgery heart team to identify, develop and implement initiatives related to strengthening and enhancing perspective within the ACC. Read More >>>
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