Founded in 1967, the American College of Mohs Surgery is a membership organization of 1,500 fellowship-trained skin cancer and reconstructive surgeons specializing in the Mohs micrographic surgical technique pioneered by Dr. Frederic E. Mohs. The ACMS serves as the voice of the specialty, promoting and advancing the highest standards of patient care through fellowship training, research, education and public advocacy.
The ACMS asks that the United States Pharmacopeial Convention (USP) adopt at least a 12-hour exemption from proposed standards affecting compounded sterile preparations. To treat skin cancers and numerous skin diseases, patients require access to medications prepared and administered in the clinical setting; a longer exemption time period allows for in-office preparations that provide high-quality patient care and patient safety.
The first episode of the College's podcast series, Conversations in Mohs Surgery, is available now. Dr. Thomas Knackstedt, the host, will interview authors of key articles published in the micrographic dermatologic surgery literature. The first episode features Dr. Jeremy Bordeaux discussing his recent review of the safety of dermatologic surgery in the outpatient setting.
Nomination period for the Frederic E. Mohs Award opens / Details to come via email
Early Registration and hotel room block open for 2019 Annual Meeting in Baltimore / Learn more
Online voting opens for 2019 Board of Directors election