The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists Annual Clinical and Scientific Meeting (ACSM) provides an interactive educational forum for OB-GYNs and affiliate health care providers.
The 2016 Annual Meeting will have more surgical tutorials, scientific sessions by subspecialists, and a program mapped for exam study.
The exhibition will consist of more than 400 exhibiting organizations and 1200 exhibits. This year ACOG is expecting an attendance of more than 5,000 professional attendees and a total attendance of 11,000.
THE ANNUAL MEETING HAS TOTALLY CHANGED...
• Starting Saturday
• More Surgical Tutorials
• Scientific Sessions by Subspecialists
• Program Mapped for Studying for Exams
Connect with the country’s top womens health care professionals at the 2015 Annual Clinical and Scientific Meeting.
This is your opportunity to excite, motivate and market at the largest exhibition in the country for obstetricians and gynecologists and related health care professionals. Join the more than 200 pharmaceutical companies, equipment manufacturers, medical suppliers, book publishers, healthcare providers, and other organizations, including ACOG.
Top 4 Reasons Why You Should Exhibit at the ACSM
1. Introduce your products or services to women’s health care providers
2. Meet customers in a face-to-face sales environment
3. Build product and brand recognition among influential decision makers
4. Gain recognition in the complimentary ACSM Exhibit Guide, and the ACSM website
The 2016 ACSM Industrial Exhibits Hall is the central meeting place for our meeting attendees to visit ACOG Member services booth or the computer lab, and it is the location for convention events such as refreshment breaks, special drawings, luncheon conferences, and product demonstrations.
Founded in 1951 in Chicago, Illinois, The College has over 58,000 members and is the nation's leading group of professionals providing health care for women. Based in Washington, DC, it is a private, voluntary, nonprofit membership organization.
The College works primarily in four areas:
Serving as a strong advocate for quality health care for women.
Maintaining the highest standards of clinical practice and continuing education for its members.
Promoting patient education and stimulating patient understanding of and involvement in medical care.
Increasing awareness among its members and the public of the changing issues facing women's health care.