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What is General Internal Medicine (GIM)?

Society of General Internal Medicine 

The Society of General Internal Medicine (SGIM) promotes improved patient care, education, and research in primary care and general internal medicine. Members include GIM educators, researchers, medical professionals, administrators, residents, fellows, and students throughout the United States, Canada and 26 other countries.  

SGIM provides the tools that enable you to excel in the practice of general internal medicine and your career regardless of your experience level. As you explore the many facets of being a member, you will find the programs and activities of SGIM to be innovative and a reflection of the shared interests and needs of its members. 

Investing in GIM Membership Program

SGIM offers a complimentary membership program to 30 first-year GIM fellows. See additional details and requirements here.

First come, first served!
Deadline to apply: December 31, 2017

How Do I Join SGIM?

New members may join online in minutes! Completing your membership application and profile online is is the most convenient and fastest way to start your SGIM membership. 

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You may also download a membership form and fax it to SGIM at (202) 887-5405 

Membership Cancellation Policy 

 

Community

Gain access to a community of clinicians, researchers, hospitalists and educators largely based in educational and community health centers.

Career Management

Mentorship programs, networking tools, career awards, access to article publication and CME opportunities.

Meetings

Peer driven and member orchestrated; insuring the interests and best practices of our members are addressed. CME is usually available for most sessions.

Publications

Promoting dialogue and interaction between members and the scientific community.

Advocacy

SGIM’s non-partisan work involves promoting the overall advancement of GIM including insuring funding opportunities for our membership

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