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Join us in Atlantic City for four days of lectures, August 11 - 14
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Summer Primary Care in Atlantic City, NJ offers a unique learning experience for physicians and health care professionals seeking the opportunity to learn the latest information on medical advancements and treatment options. LECOM clinical faculty will present topics from the perspective of a primary care physician. This program anticipates AOA CCME approval for up to 20 Category 1-A Credits and will include topics of primary care intoerest in endocrinology, cardiology, radiology, integrative medicine, orthopedics, general surgery and legal topics. Click here for lecture details.
|*Adjunct faculty members that take a minimum of 9 students per year are eligible to register at a discounted rate. Please contact the LECOM CME conference registration office at (814) 860-5125 for your registration code.|
Standard and Adjunct Faculty Registration includes CME fee, five (5) nights lodging at The Borgata Hotel, breakfast for two (2) Monday through Thursday, plus Monday night dinner for you and a guest.
Physicians who wish to commute to the conference each day, the Registration Only will only cover the cost of the lectures and the breaks. This fee does not include a hotel stay or Monday night dinner. All lectures will be held between 8 a.m. and 1 p.m. allowing time for afternoon activities around Atlantic City.
CME Accreditation: This LECOM program has been approved by the AOA CCME for up to 20 Category 1-A Credits.
This Live activity, LECOM Primary Care 2014 in Atlantic City, with a beginning date of 08/11/2014, has been reviewed and is acceptable for up to 20.00 Prescribed credit(s) by the American Academy of Family Physicians. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
Attention Clinical Preceptors: Since June 1, 2013, the LECOM Clinical Education Department will automatically award Category 1-B Continuing Medical Education credits for all clinical adjunct faculty and preceptors who teach our medical students. Following each student rotation, Clinical Education staff will email a credit report to faculty members. The department will also submit regular credit reports to the AOA. Non-AOA members may use the certificate or email credit report to present to licensing boards and board certification associations. For more information contact Thomas Richter at LECOM Clinical Education, 814-866-8458 or email email@example.com. There is no longer any need to submit paper forms or use the online CME survey to report these credits.