answersLogoWhite

0


Best Answer

http://www.acponline.org/membership/types/fellow/facp.htm

== When you see the letters FACP after your physician's name they mean that he or she is a Fellow of the American College of Physicians (ACP). == The American College of Physicians is the largest society of internists in the world. == An internist is a specialist who provides non-surgical medical care to adults and adolescents. == Fellows in ACP are a special group of doctors who are dedicated to continuing education in medical practice, teaching, or research. Fellowship is an honorary designation given to recognize ongoing individual service and contributions to the practice of medicine. Fellowship in ACP is a mark of distinction. It says that your doctor has made -- and continues to make -- special efforts to be a better doctor. Ultimately, it says your doctor cares about delivering good health care. == Fellowship in the ACP means that as a patient you can have confidence in your doctor. Through continual self-improvement and study, he or she adds to the knowledge and skills needed to deliver appropriate care for your medical needs, whether directly to you or with other specialists. == Your doctor is: * Certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine, or another board acceptable to ACP. Certification requires having satisfactorily completed a minimum of 3 years of approved postgraduate training in internal medicine and passage of a rigorous 2-day examination. (This certification is sometimes waived because of other outstanding qualifications.) * Recognized by other internists for excellence and skill in medical practice, teaching, or research. * Pledged to keeping current with the latest advances in internal medicine. * Committed to professional activities and patient care. == Doctors must show that they are always growing and learning in order for the honor of Fellowship to be conferred. They may show this through activities such as teaching, hospital appointments, public service, community health planning, continuing medical education, publishing scientific articles, and advanced training. They must also be recommended by other ACP Fellows who must attest to their character, ethics, and excellence in professional medical activities.

User Avatar

Wiki User

15y ago
This answer is:
User Avatar

Add your answer:

Earn +20 pts
Q: What is a MD with a facp degree?
Write your answer...
Submit
Still have questions?
magnify glass
imp
Related questions

What is facp panel?

Facp abbreviation


Why do you get MD?

It is for Doctors to signify that they have a medical degree. MD is an acronym for medical degree.


Which is more qualified an Facp or an MD?

I don't know what you are referring to. FACP can stand for the following.A Fellow in the American College of Physicians (ACP)A board certified internal medicine physician in the United States.A Fellow in the American College of PsychiatryIn terms of medicine, a Fellow can be one of equal ranking as a peer, or a memeber of a learned society, or a graduate student appointed to a position granting financial aid and providing for further study. Thus, an MD is an MD, a student is a student.


If you have an MD degree what profession are you in?

Having an MD degree means one is a doctor of medicine. An MD degree is obtained through degree programs offered at medical schools. A PhD degree would be of someone that has a degree in philosophy.


How do you get FACP as a non American?

hi,i'm dr haleem,living in pakistan.how i can get facp?


Which is harder to get a PhD degree or MD degree?

Both are intensive degree programs.


What is a general doctor degree?

The degree is a Doctor of Medicine (MD)


What is MD or od degree?

MD. Medical Doctor OD. Optometry Doctor


What type of degree do you get when being a pediatrician?

A medical degree -- either an MD or DO.


What degree do you need to be a internal doctor?

The degree would be either an MD or DO.


Is PDEng a academic degree?

No PDEng is a professional degree its similar to a MD.


Do retired physicians still call themselves MD in correspondence?

Yes, most do. The degree does not expire. The license may, but not the degree. Thus, even though he/she may not be a practicing MD, they are still an MD.