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29th ACP Annual Congress - American College Of Phlebology
The ACP’s Annual Congress will provide vein health practitioners with the latest techniques, innovative and engaging content, interaction with respected faculty from around the world and opportunities for all levels of skill and knowledge to gain the tools needed to improve patient care.
The Program Planning Committee is compiling the most comprehensive program and international faculty of any ACP Annual Congress to date, addressing the full spectrum of deep and superficial vein care in didactic, interactive, debate and hands-on sessions.
Deep & Superficial Veins
The Annual Congress program deals with all aspects of venous anatomy and pathophysiology, from cosmetic issues to deep veins.
Attendees will not only hear presentations from respected faculty, but will be able to participate in hands-on sessions, with practical application to their practice and patient care.
Special Sessions & Events
In addition to a range of special interest sessions from Basic Phlebology to Aesthetics, relax with colleagues at one of the special events, including the Golf Outing, Silent Auction or Dinner & Social.
The ACP Annual Congress offers exhibiting companies the opportunity to display their products and services to one of the largest annual gatherings of health care professionals dedicated to the diagnosis and treatment of venous disorders.
Why you should exhibit at ACP's 29th Annual Congress
Opportunity to meet face to face with your customers and influential buyers
Build recognition of your company and awareness of products in area of phlebology
Reach an audience of approximately 1000 health care professionals
Be where your competitors are
Attendees are coming to learn...with specialized needs..and ready to buy! The ACP Annual Congress is your opportunity to reach hundreds of these practitioners!
The American College of Phlebology is the premier association for physicians and allied health professionals dedicated to the diagnosis and treatment of venous and lymphatic disease.
As the industry’s leading experts, the ACP seeks to improve the standards of medical practitioners, the quality of patient care and the level of assistance practitioners can access. Health professionals can use the ACP as a forum to exchange medical knowledge, access one-on-one, group and online training, accredited continuing medical education (CME) or access resources to help with practice and patient management.
The ACP is comprised of 2,000 vein care professionals, setting the pace and direction for the growth of the field of phlebology.
Don't wait to register for the 29th ACP Annual Congress - American College Of Phlebology. You'll meet influential people and maximize your opportunities for success. Start now by accessing the information below.
Dana Deponzi-Haas, CMP-HC
ACP - American College of Phlebology
101 Callan Avenue, Suite 210
San Leandro, CA 94577
CHARACTERISTICS OF ACP MEMBERS
- 71% of members are male
- 76% of members are MDs or DOs
- 2% of members are in private (solo) practice
- 86% of members practice in the United States
- The average age of members is 51 years
- 35% of ACP Providers perform 75-100% venous procedures
American College of Phlebology (ACP)
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