Registration is now open for the regions premiere continuing medical education conference!

Primary Care 2019 offers a unique learning experience for physicians and health care professionals seeking to learn the latest information about medical advancements and treatment options. LECOM faculty and guest lecturers will present topics pertinent to primary care physicians as well as to specialists.

Primary Care 2019 will focus upon health problems commonly seen in the offices of primary care physicians. The objective of this four-day seminar is to provide participating physicians with information about new medical advancements in order to increase the scope of treatment options available to primary care physicians and to enhance the physicians’ existing knowledge of topics that will be covered.

To attend the conference, click the registration link below.

LIGHT Grant

For those attending the conference as part of the LIGHT grant, please click the button below to fill out your registration form.

LIGHT Grant Registration

Reporting of Child Abuse Lecture Credits

If you attended LECOM Primary Care 2017 at Peek'n Peak and attended the mandatory child safety training lecture and your credits were not reported to the state, please contact Amy Blackman at the Crime Victims Center of Erie County at (814) 455-9414.

The LECOM Summer Primary Care 2018 CME Conference

Certificates for the the 2018 LECOM Summer Primary Care CME Conference have been distributed. Credits for the conference were also uploaded to the AOA on September 5, 2018. Credits should appear your transcript within 2-4 weeks.

If you did not fill out a conference and speaker evaluation or did not receive your certificate, please contact the LECOM CME Conference office at cme@lecom.edu.


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 Jennifer Murphy at LECOM Clinical Education, (814) 860-5133 or email. There is no longer any need to submit paper forms or use the online CME survey to report these credits.
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