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2019 ACLGIM Winter Summit

Sunday, December 8, 2019 - Tuesday, December 10, 2019
The Sanctuary at Camelback Mountain
Paradise Valley, AZ

Program of Events

This event is sold out.

 Registration and Hotel Information

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We hope you will join us at the 2019 ACLGIM Winter Summit. This year, the Summit will take place at the ever-popular Sanctuary in Phoenix, Arizona.

The theme this year is Envisioning the Next Chapter. Our ACLGIM and SGIM community members have many inspiring stories and informative experiences to share, including:

  • Transitioning to a new position within an institution
  • Transitioning to a new institution
  • Pursuing an alternative career path
  • Navigating the challenges of being a demographically different leader
  • And a special session dedicated to popular and timely “hot topics” informed by the robust discussion on the ACLGIM Members’ online forum.

The 2019 ACLGIM Winter Summit will provide opportunities to share best practices and strategies for individual change and for leading change in General Internal Medicine. We will include dedicated time for skill building with new breakout sessions. The Summit promises to be inspiring, interactive, and will prioritize ample time for networking. Take some much-needed time out to reconnect with old friends, make new ones, and take in an atmosphere of scholarship and intellectual comradery.

Interested in Attending?

The Summit is designed to provide resources, collaboration and networking for leaders in General Internal Medicine, including Division Chiefs, Hospitalist Directors, Associate Chiefs, Section Heads, Administrators, Program Leaders, and other leaders in divisions of GIM. Sessions are created to engage both established and rising leaders. Leaders are encouraged to attend, actively participate, and consider bringing along a colleague from their institution who would benefit from attendance.

See the 2018 Winter Summit Final Program.  See slides from the past events here.

Questions? Contact Jillian Gann at