The Michigan Chapter
of the American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists (AACE) is a professional medical organization devoted to the enhancement of
the practice of clinical endocrinology.
Michigan AACE are physicians with special education, training and
interest in the practice of clinical endocrinology. They devote a
significant part of their career to the evaluation and
management of patients with endocrine disease.
Most members of AACE are certified by
Boards recognized by the American Board of Medical Specialties.
Members of AACE are recognized clinicians, educators and scientists, many of whom are affiliated with medical schools and
Members of AACE contribute on a regular and continuing basis to the scientific
literature on endocrine diseases and conduct medical education
programs on this subject.
To maintain a
society of qualified medical, pediatric, reproductive and surgical
endocrinologists who coordinate their efforts to further the practice of
endocrinology, diabetes and metabolism.
To utilize the
highest standards of practice in endocrinology, providing education for
endocrinologists, other physicians and patients to help achieve this goal.
To advocate the
necessary changes to benefit patients and endocrinologists, and to keep abreast
of important aspects of scientific, economic, social and political factors
impacting the practice of clinical endocrinology.
To work with AACE and other professional organizations to enhance the field of
endocrinology for the patient and physician.