ACEP 911 Legislative Network
More than 6,000 ACEP and EMRA members are participating in the 911 Legislative Network, acting as resources and health care issue experts for federal legislators to maximize the voice of emergency medicine in the federal legislative process. ACEP established the 911 Network in 1998 to encourage our members to cultivate long-term relationships with federal legislators, convey ACEP's legislative and regulatory priorities, and affect the outcome of federal legislation important to the specialty of emergency medicine.
The Network is comprised of State, Leaders, Team Captains, and Team Members.
After joining, you'll receive email notifications informing you of the latest legislative, political, and regulatory issues and activities when the House and Senate are in session, detailing what’s happening in emergency medicine in Washington, DC and across the country.