Dr. Robert F. Musselman named a Fellow of the American College of Physicians
According to its website, the American College of Physicians (ACP) is the largest society in the world for specialists who provide nonsurgical medical care.
What is a Fellow of the American College of Physicians?
According to the American College of Physicians, "Fellows of ACP are a distinguished group of doctors dedicated to continuing education in medical practice, teaching, or research. Fellowship is an honorary designation given to recognize ongoing individual service and contributions to the practice of medicine. Fellowship in ACP is a mark of distinction. It says that your doctor has made special efforts to be a better doctor. Ultimately, it says your doctor cares about delivering high-quality health care."
Further, the ACP describes how a doctor may become a fellow:
"To be elected a Fellow, doctors must show that they are always growing and learning. They may show this through activities, such as teaching, hospital appointments, public service, continuing medical education, publishing scientific articles, and advanced training. They must also be recommended by other ACP Fellows who must attest to their character, ethics, and excellence in professional medical activities."
The physicians and staff at the Endoscopic Surgical Centre of Maryland and the Endoscopic Surgical Centre of Maryland-North applaud Dr. Musselman for this distinguished achievement!