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American College of Critical Care Medicine

Fellows and masters in the American College of Critical Care Medicine are recognized for their significant contributions to critical care.

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The American College of Critical Care Medicine honors individuals whose achievements and contributions demonstrate personal commitment to critical care excellence. The Fellow of Critical Care Medicine (FCCM) and Master of Critical Care Medicine (MCCM) are prestigious credentials that demonstrate personal commitment to critical care excellence.
 Be recognized by your peers as a leader in critical care.
Be recognized by your peers as a leader in critical care.
Connect with other distinguished critical care thought leaders.
Connect with other distinguished critical care thought leaders.
Enhance your CV for professional development.
Enhance your CV for professional development.

Become an ACCM Fellow

Fellows of the American College of Critical Care Medicine (FCCM) are practitioners, researchers, administrators, and educators who have made outstanding contributions to the collaborative field of critical care.

Apply to Become an ACCM Fellow

Fellowship applications will be accepted from December 8, 2021 to March 15, 2022. The Credentials Committee will review each completed application with the intent that each qualified applicant will be accepted into the College; other applicants receive appropriate feedback, so they may reapply in the future.

  • You must be an SCCM Professional or Select member for two years to apply. Once you are inducted as an FCCM, you will automatically be upgraded to the Select Membership category in your next dues billing cycle. Upgrade today.
  • ​To be considered an ACCM Fellow and thereby use the designation FCCM, you are required to participate in the convocation ceremony within three years of your acceptance notification. The convocation fee is $350. The fee includes administrative costs, robe rental, and certificate. If you are not inducted within three years, you will be required to submit a new application for future ACCM Fellowship.

How to Become a Fellow of the American College of Critical Care Medicine

A must-watch presentation for anyone considering applying for ACCM Fellowship. Get information on eligiblity and criteria, understand the benefits of of Fellowship, and get tips on how to create a successful application.


Masters of Critical Care Medicine

The Master of Critical Care Medicine (MCCM) designation honors members who have distinguished themselves by achieving national and international professional prominence by virtue of personal character, leadership, eminence in clinical practice, outstanding contributions to research and education in critical care medicine, or years of exemplary service to SCCM, ACCM, and the field of critical care medicine in its broadest sense.

 

Nominate a Master of Critical Care Medicine

Fellows in good standing may nominate other fellows for to be masters. The nomination deadline is April 30. Conferral will be considered by the ACCM Awards Committee at the following year's convocation.​ Learn more about eligibility and criteria requirements.

Information for Masters

Learn more about the rules, selection process, conferral and benefits for the Master of Critical Care Medicine designation. 


Designated Masters and Fellows