Improving Health Care through Medical Education
Welcome to the Association for Hospital Medical Education

Since 1956, the Association for Hospital Medical Education (AHME) has served as a resource and advocate for medical education professionals throughout the United States by way of educational meetings, publications and networking events. AHME has a strong record of providing highly regarded educational and networking opportunities to all individuals involved in the administration of undergraduate, graduate, and continuing medical education.

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Join with other medical education professionals to network, exchange ideas and expertise, and enhance the quality of medical education and healthcare in hospitals throughout the country.

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Helpful Advice from Colleagues

The AHME Message Board, Councils, and other resources connect members with their colleagues and with the experts who can assist them in their ongoing efforts to optimize the educational experience provided to the medical students, residents, and faculty members at their institutions.

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GME Competency Education Program

AHME is pleased to announce a partnership with the AMA GME Competency Education Program. This program is a series of online educational modules designed to help on-the-go residents and their institutions meet core competency requirements – all while tracking resident progress. Through our partnership, AHME members will receive discounted pricing on the AMA GME Competency Education Program.

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AHME is a “how to” organization and has always been the source I go to when I want to learn best practices in any area in hospital medical education.
Jeff Levine, PhDAtlantic Health
AHME is a great organization because it recognizes that everyone who works in medical education can contribute to improving the process. It has established a collegial culture where members are just as likely to offer answers and innovative ideas as to seek them.
Richard Boggs, MSA
AHME is a best kept secret for hospital-based CME providers. In no other organization have I seen such genuine effort to help its members practically address the challenges of their day-to-day work. The collegiality and mentoring are beyond compare.
Sue Ann Capizzi, MBA
AHME, through the Council of Transitional Year Program Directors, taught me everything I needed to know to be successful as a new TY program director and has since provided me outstanding opportunities to participate in a leadership role in the organization.
Steve Craig, MD, MACPUnityPoint HealthDes Moines
AHME is a learning community in which the seasoned and wise offer mentorship to those new to the complexities of this craft. Members aim for precision in all phases of medical education for the learners and for the patients who receive care.
Dennis Zerega, EdD
The world of Graduate Medical Education felt like entering a witness protection program until I found AHME and attended my first AHME Institute!
Trish Craft, MS, PHRVanderbilt University Medical Center
AHME membership has been a huge benefit in preparing for the Next Accreditation System as well as a source of support during a significant leadership transition for me. AHME has been my support, mentor and consultant all in one.
Willie Braziel, BSc, HAHealthPartners Institute for Education and Research
AHME fills a truly unique niche that no other professional organization throughout the continuum offers. I have never experienced such an ecumenical community of professionals at all levels. The sharing is truly remarkable, reflecting a culture of “We’re all in this together!
Charlie Daschbach, MD, MPH
AHME has given me many opportunities to enhance my knowledge of medical education and my leadership skills. I see new leaders emerging every year. If you are looking for a place to grow, AHME is the right place for you.
Tia DrakeWashington University School of Medicine
AHME has been so energizing for me in my professional career. Through the multiple leadership roles I have grown in my national leadership skills and learning to collaborate at a much larger level.  This collaboration has allowed to me reach other GME leaders nationally both formally as well as informally as I continue in my DIO roles in my organization.
Susan Greenwood-Clark, MBA, RN, FACHEMedical Education and Designated Institutional Official (DIO)