NC Society of Gastroenterology

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VIRTUAL 2021 Annual Conference: February 13 , 2021

We are delighted to announce that the NC GI Society Annual Meeting will take place as a virtual meeting on Saturday, February 13, 2021.  The meeting will include four sessions, including Advanced Endoscopy, General GI, Hepatology and IBD.  We will have lectures and case discussion panels with speakers from around North Carolina plus two keynote speakers.

Approved for 7 CME/MOC credit hours.

Click here to see the agenda

Keynote Speakers

Sunanda Kane, MD
Professor of Medicine
Mayo Clinic, MN
Inflammatory Bowel Disease

Michael Kochman, MD
Wilmott Family Professor
University of Pennsylvania
Advance Endoscopy

There will be no charge for the meeting for all active members.  To join the NC GI Society or renew your membership, please click here.

For nonmembers, the meeting charge will be:

  • $200 for physicians
  • $150 for other healthcare professionals

There will be no charge for fellows, residents and medical students.

To register for the meeting, please go to:
MEMBERS Registration Form (PDF)
NON-Members Registration Form (PDF)
Online Form
Fellows Online Registration

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The meeting will be on a virtual platform. 

You can watch from home.  If you would like a change of scenery, you can join us in Pinehurst and watch from your hotel room.  There are rooms available at the Carolina Hotel in Pinehurst, and NC GI Society leaders and some speakers will be staying there.  To reserve a room ($189 per night single occupancy, $210 per night double occupancy), please contact Pinehurst Resort at (855) 235-8507 or go to: https://www.pinehurst.com/accommodations/the-carolina-hotel/

If you have any questions about the meeting or the NC GI Society, please contact Sandi Buchanan at sbuchanan@meckmed.org or Andrew Muir at andrew.muir@duke.edu.

 



In 2006, the North Carolina Society of Gastroenterology (NCSG) was formed by and for interested gastroenterologists from both academia and private practice in North Carolina to gather and discuss the state of their profession. The Society felt that it was important that their organization be broadly representative of gastroenterologists from the state, both those in practices and those in academia.  They wanted to concentrate on issues that would make a difference, not just to its members, but to their patients and the community as a whole.

The NCSG’s mission is to promote the highest standards of gastroenterological care and practice in the State of North Carolina and to educate practitioners, trainees and the public about gastroenterology.

The Society aims to coordinate and foster relationships between gastroenterologists and other medical professionals who practice in the field of gastroenterology and endoscopy. NCSG’s annual conference provides an opportunity to aid gastroenterologist and health care providers stay connected and informed about the latest clinical and research advances.