The Specialists for an Entire Population.

Access exclusive resources, connect with like-minded colleagues, and make a positive impact on patient care. Join us along with 100s of other Med-Peds physicians shaping the future of our specialty.

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National Med-Peds Residents Association

Our Mission:

We aim to connect and support Med-Peds alumni by highlighting our Med-Peds alumni and unique identity.

Our Vision:

We exist to be the inclusive alumni community for all Med-Peds physicians.

Our Initiatives

Our initiatives are aimed at promoting collaboration, sharing best practices, and shaping the role of Med-Peds physicians in modern healthcare.

With the growing number of Med-Peds physicians, it is important to establish a common understanding of these values through conversation and exploration of our specialty’s unique strengths and challenges. Bringing together providers from across the nation creates an opportunity to broaden our perspective and share learned experience.

The expertise of Med-Peds physicians in both internal medicine and pediatrics is increasingly valuable as healthcare systems face new demands and pressures. Med-Peds unique holistic perspective on patient care highlights the benefits of specialized training.

We are committed to driving the future of the specialty in a way that reflects the needs and interests of our physicians and patients. Join us in creating an inclusive, innovative, and impactful future.

Membership Resources

AMPP offers a wealth of resources exclusively available to its members.

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Med-Peds Community Forum

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Med-Peds Provider Directory

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Med-Peds Publication Library

“The obvious advantage of this pathway is the remarkable potential of a dual board-certified generalist physician with an understanding of adult transitional care and the capability to follow patients over long periods of time.”

The Future of Pediatric Education