The Federal Cardiology Member Section and Leadership Council is the home for cardiac professionals working in the VA, Department of Defense or Public Health Service within the ACC, advocating for and advancing the priorities of interest to the community.
The opinions expressed in this member section are solely those of the authors and do not represent an endorsement by or the views of the Department of Defense, the Veteran's Administration, the Public Health Service, the Department of Health and Human Services, or the United State Government.
A unique blend of forum and network, the Federal Cardiology Member Section and Leadership Council works with College leadership to highlight and resolve issues pertaining to cardiac professionals working in the federal system. Explore these pages to find out how we do it and who we are.
Membership to the Federal Cardiology Member Section is complimentary! Serve as a voice for your community and become a part of the Federal Cardiology Member Section today. To join, call the ACC's Resource Center at (800) 253-4636, ext. 5603 or check the box on your dues statement each Fall.
Your membership provides you with opportunities to make a difference in the federal cardiac community and:
The Federal Member Section strives to serve as a point of identification for the Cardiology team to find, develop and implement initiatives related to strengthening and enhancing the Federal perspective within the ACC. Read more >>>
While our goal aligns perfectly with the ACC Strategy, there are unique aspects of our roles that require a separate section. My hope is that this section establishes a specific connection, within the larger ACC home, for members working in the VA Healthcare System, Department of Defense, Public Health Service, and Indian Health Service.
We are dedicated to establishing collaborations across the heart team to ensure highest quality care for CV patients. Whether you are a Fellow in Training, Early Career member or a seasoned professional, I invite you to join our Section. This is YOUR opportunity to make your voice heard in the College and the Medical Profession as a whole - we can't do it without you.
Todd C. Villines, MD, FACC
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