When the American College of Critical Care Medicine was created in 1988, the Society of Critical Care Medicine (SCCM) began a tradition dedicated to the recognition of excellence. The College emphasizes quality management in the practice and administration of critical care through the development of multiprofessional guidelines and practice parameters, and also honors individuals whose achievements and contributions demonstrate personal commitment to critical care excellence. The College also provides the Society with a consultative body possessing recognized expertise in the practice of critical care.
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Learn what it takes to earn the prestigious designation Fellow of the American College of Critical Care Medicine
Masters of Critical Care Medicine are nominated for this prestigious designation in recognition of their contributions to the field.
Fellows and Masters
Congratulations to those who have distinguished themselves with these prestigious distinctions.
The College oversees a variety of committees dedicated to education, leadership, and the promotion of excellence throughout the Society.
Board of Regents
Ten elected Fellows who are responsible for the oversight of the affairs of the College.
Many renowned members from the critical care specialties have served in the distinguished role of Chancellor.