News and Announcements

Nominate individuals who have made a difference in graduate medical education for the 2024 ACGME International Awards. The deadline for nominations is 1 June 2023.
The annual ACGME-I Resident/Fellow and Faculty Surveys will be available from 13 March to 16 April 2023 for programs in Lebanon, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, and the United Arab Emirates.
A recap of the recent meeting of the Review Committees-International in Abu Dhabi, where eight new programs achieved accreditation.
A look back at ACGME International's activities during the conference, including its educational sessions, reception, presence at the ACGME Hub, and so much more.
Follow ACGME International’s new Twitter account (@ACGMEI). Remember to use the hashtag #ACGMEI as well.
In the third quarter of 2022, two new Sponsoring Institutions and six new programs achieved ACGME International accreditation.
Recognizing individuals who have played an integral role in pursuing excellence in their graduate medical education (GME) programs, ACGME International (ACGME-I) is proud to announce the 2023 ACGME International Award recipients. Winners will be honored at the ACGME Annual Educational Conference in February 2023, to take place in Nashville, Tennessee.
Using the themes of stability, growth, and innovation, this first ACGME International Annual Report captures the work and dedication of the organization, its partners, and accredited institutions and programs across the globe during a profoundly challenging time in health care. This report covers Academic Year 2021-2022, but reflects with pride on ACGME-I’s first decade and looks to the future with optimism and passion for a better tomorrow.
Chicago, IL – June 9, 2021 -Today ACGME International (ACGME-I) announced James A. Arrighi, MD as its new President and Chief Executive Officer, effective September 2021. In this role, Dr. Arrighi will focus on expanding the organization globally, forging partnerships with medical educators, and prioritizing opportunities and educational programs in developing countries with limited resources.
When medical students graduate, an oath is taken that is central to physicians' commitment. This pledge is universal. Hear from members of the ACGME-I community below. The profession of medicine places patients at the center, both in education and in practice.
COVID-19 Update

ACGME International is continuing its activities during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Please continue providing input; ACGME-I apologizes for any modest delays in response time. Continue to email as the primary means of communication. Contact individual staff members as appropriate.

Thank you to all who are contributing to patient care and medical education. It is both a privilege and a responsibility to remain focused on the well-being of patients, residents, fellows, faculty members, and administrators. Remember to care for yourself and for others!

Susan H. Day, MD has been appointed the new President and Chief Executive Officer of ACGME International (ACGME-I) after serving as its Senior Vice President, Medical Affairs for the last five years. ACGME-I provides accreditation services to graduate medical education (GME) programs and institutions outside of the United States and its territories to improve health care in the countries it serves.
The ACGME-I is pleased to announce the winners of this year’s awards, who have made exemplary contributions to international accreditation efforts. Both recipients will attend and be honored at the ACGME Annual Educational Conference in March. In addition, the ACGME-I is now accepting nominations for the next Awards Cycle. Visit the ACGME International Awards page to read about the winners’ achievements and to submit your nominations for next year’s awards.