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Society of General Internal Medicine

Since the organization’s inception in 1978 as the Society for Research and Education in Primary Care Internal Medicine, SGIM has strived to advance and promote the field of academic general internal medicine. SGIM members conduct cutting edge research and teach medical students, residents, and fellows how to care for adult patients as internal medicine providers across the spectrum of care centers in both inpatient and outpatient settings. Additionally, our community acts as the research and clinical practice hub in internal medicine including preventative measures and treatment services for patients. Simply put, SGIM has been the home for academic internal medicine providers interested in research, education and clinical practice for over three decades.

As a member of the SGIM, you have full access to our member benefits and networking opportunities. These tools will enable you to excel in the practice of academic general internal medicine and your career regardless of your experience level. As you explore the many facets of being a SGIM member, you will find that the programs and activities of SGIM are innovative and a reflection of the shared interests and needs of its members.

Below is a summary of the benefits you will receive as a member of SGIM. To find a detailed summary of each of these benefits, please click one on of the topics below

How Do I Join SGIM?

New members may join online via our Impak login system. The is the most convenient and fastest way to start your SGIM membership (recommended).

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

  SGIM Membership Form (325kb)

Last Updated 07/13

By attending regional and national meetings, I have the opportunity to interact with a community of general internists who share many of the same research, clinical, and personal interests of mine.

- Dr. Peter Kaboli, MD, MS


 

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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Annual Meeting 2014

Join us in San Diego, CA for the 2014 annual meeting, April 23-26.

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