Continuing Medical Education
Physicians rely on accredited continuing medical education (CME) as one of the support systems that helps them continuously improve their practice and their care of patients. Accredited CME meets their needs and their patients’ needs, addressing every medical specialty and covering the full range of topics important to healthcare improvement.
Participation in accredited CME helps physicians meet requirements for maintenance of licensure, maintenance of specialty board certification, credentialing, membership in professional societies, and reappointment of their professional privileges.
All CMEs are to be approved by the CME committee. Each hour of class is one CME. Fifty CMEs are to be acquired in a two-year period. Included in the 50 are five state-mandated continuing medical education topics:
For information on CME programming, please contact the area of interest below:
ANCC Med Surge Certification Exam Course
This program is intended for RNs who are preparing to sit for the ANCC Med.-Surge. Certification Exam. The Speaker is Michelle Tomczyk, Program Administrator OB/GYN, and there are 13.5 contact hours awarded for completion. To learn more, visit here