Independent function as a non-profit, professional education and certification organization with funding through annual membership fees and educational grants from a variety of sources including, but not limited to government and industry.
  • Support for the advancement of Mechanical Circulatory Support (MCS) device technology through participation in design and implementation of clinical research protocols and the support of interdisciplinary networking of professionals within the device community and related fields.
  • Establishment of a uniform certification by examination for MCS device clinicians as minimum requirement for evidence of competency in this field.
  • Writing content for a formal MCS Coordinator Core Curriculum.
  • Maintenance of certification standards to reflect current evidence-based treatment protocols and advances in technology.
  • Annual educational conferences as a venue for presentation and review of clinical trial data, current clinical management trends and future technology.
  • Publication of a peer reviewed, professional journal.
The ICCAC Headquarters office is available to assist ICCAC members and the MCS professional community.
ICCAC Headquarters
2885 Sanford Ave. SW #27308
Grandville, MI 49418