Session recordings now available for purchase
Resources to help ob-gyns navigate the new system
Register for ACOG’s PG Course this November in San Fran
Helps you establish effective immunization program in your ob-gyn office.
Share “21 Reasons to See a Gynecologist Before Age 21” via social media or in your waiting room.
Working with you, ACOG is committed to providing the very best in education, advocacy, and practice management.
Get involved with ACOG in your own backyard! Learn more about activities in your district and section.
The VRQC and SCOPE programs help institutions and providers achieve the highest standard of quality in care delivery by offering reviews, guidance, tools and pearls of wisdom.
View these additional important programs and initiatives:
Access the Green Journal, an official publication of ACOG: TOC and abstracts (open access) and articles (ACOG members).
Your Pregnancy and Childbirth, Month to Month, Sixth Ed.
Updated, new edition gives your patients all they need to know.
2015 OB/GYN Coding Manual
Comprehensive summary of CPT codes, including ones revised for 2015.
Practice Guidelines Online Subscription
Official ACOG guidelines served up to ensure best practice.
Discover over 100 FAQs, videos and fact sheets for patients.
ABOG, a separate organization from ACOG, is an independent nonprofit organization that certifies ob-gyns in the US. Learn more at abog.org.
American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists
409 12th Street SW, Washington, DC 20024-2188 | Mailing Address: PO Box 70620, Washington, DC 20024-9998