The Society of the Alumni promotes the exchange of information among graduates and medical staff of NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia training program, and fosters a sense of community and pride in NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia alumni.
Our goal is to form lifelong connections to the Hospital by providing quality programs, services and communications which are supported by our annual dues of $100.
The Columbia College of Physicians and Surgeons Alumni web site offers the latest news and upcoming events of interest at the Medical College. Through this online community, the web site provides alumni a way to stay in touch with other alumni, and allows the Medical College to stay in touch with its alumni. More
In 1976, a group of the most widely respected physician leaders from NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medical Center came together to form this alumni organization. The CAC was created to strengthen the bonds of collegiality between healthcare professionals (faculty, scientists, residents, postdoctoral fellows and hospital administrators) who, though not graduates of Weill Cornell Medical College, helped form the life-blood of the Medical Center. This group evolved into an alumni association for those who are not eligible for membership in a traditional alumni group. Members of the CAC are among the most active medical professionals at NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center. More
Our alumni have helped to make Weill Cornell Medical College one of the top-ranked clinical and medical research centers in the country. Our Alumni web site helps our alumni to stay connected — to each other and to the Medical College. More