Thank you for attending an ACS-sponsored event. Your MyCME record will be updated with your earned credit 30-45 days post the day of the event.
Select Add CME to log CME credits earned through other providers. Enter the information requested, upload the corresponding documentation (optional), and click the Save button at the bottom of the page. Select Add CME to begin a new entry. Pro Tip: To enter aggregated CME totals for like activities, include the date range in the Program name field (i.e., Grand Rounds (January 1, 2020, through December 31, 2021), and enter the most recent date as the Date Awarded.
CME Credit is achieved by attending the event, and completing requirements proving your attendance, many times a course or meeting evaluation. Self-Assessment Credit is earned by passing a post-test which reflects your newly found acumen for the course.
Certificates of Completion are for attendees that registered for an event as a Resident or other healthcare professional. Please contact Member Services if your ACS profile has not been updated since residency.
Phone: 800-293-4029 or 312-202-5000
Thank you for participating in the American College of Surgeons Clinical Congress. Claims for CME Credit for this event will be accepted upon completion of the Clinical Congress Global Evaluation. Claims for CME Credit for this event will be accepted until May 1, 2024.
To access the transcript, you will need to:
Pro Tip: Confirm your e-mail address associated with your ACS account is current. For more information about ATLS and its offerings you may contact:
For all questions regarding your SRGS activity, please contact:
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The American College of Surgeons (ACS) does not automatically transfer CME data to the American Board of Surgery (ABS). If you would like to electronically transmit your CME data from the ACS to the ABS, use the ACS MyCME Portal. You will need your ACS ID log-in. This will be your membership number or the ACS ID you received when you created your ACS account. If you need assistance with the ACS ID contact Log-in Help.
Step-by-Step Instructions to Access MyCME and Transmit Your CME Data
After your CME credits are sent, you will see a confirmation page. After 24 hours, you can log into your ABS account to confirm the credits are in your ABS CME Repository.
Questions? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you participate in an activity that was not accredited by the ACS, you are more than welcome to keep track of those activities inside your MyCME portal as you have done in past. However, we cannot transmit these data to the board. It is recommended the attendee contact the host of the CME activity that was accredited by an external provider to receive information for how to transmit the CME Data. The host of the CME activity may have most likely collaborated with ACCME and the applicable boards to arrange for those data to be transmitted automatically. The host for the activity will most likely know if the data will be automatically sent on your behalf from the board. So, you will not have to do anything else. If you would like additional information regarding ABS and how they will receive credits for courses not accredited by the ACS, please email email@example.com.