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Our Mission

To serve the needs and represent the interests of critical care practitioners;  to provide opportunities for involvement in local and regional activities;  and to ensure the delivery of the highest quality of care to our communities.


Chapter Statement:

As the Carolinas-Virginias Chapter of SCCM, 

We acknowledge the social injustice experienced by the Black communities in our region due to personal and systemic racism.

We stand by our members, colleagues, patients, and patients’ families who have experienced and continue to experience social inequalities.  

We are concerned about the racism you experience personally and professionally in your communities, organizations and relationships. We also recognize our responsibility in having perpetuated these wrongs, knowingly or unknowingly. 

We will continue to work toward better care and outcomes for our patients with known healthcare disparities while acknowledging the roles of systemic racism and privilege in healthcare. 

We stand by our mission, 

To serve the needs and represent the interests of critical care practitioners; to provide opportunities for involvement in local and regional activities; and to ensure the delivery of the highest quality of care to our communities.


Congratulations to our members that received Chapter Presidential Citations at the 38th Annual Scientific Symposium

•Aamer Syed •Alan Woodruff •Amanda Edwards •Ankit Sakhuja •Audis Bethea •Cindy Zerfoss •David Starling •Dennis Hopkinson •Desiree Kosmisky •Elizabeth Farrington •Erika Setliff •Erin Ledford •Evelyn Akuamoah Boateng •George Kasotakis •James Davidson •Jana Sigmon •Jenna Cox •John Hammer •Kristie Hertel •Kwame Akuamoah Boateng •Lesly Jurado •Sonia Everhart •Tim Eng •Todd Borchers


Upcoming FREE CE Opportunity

Improving the Diagnosis, Treatment, and Outcomes of Patients With HAP and VAP: A Critical Look at Current Guidelines and New Treatment Options
Andrew Shorr, MD, MPH, MBA, FACP, FCCP

When: Monday, September 21 from 7-8 PM

Webinar Registration to follow and will be required to attend


Current Newsletter


Diversity in Critical Care Medicine: D.A.R.E. Initiatives

  • D – Diversity
  • A – Advancement
  • R – Recognition
  • E – Empowerment

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