Continuing Medical Education (CME)
Crozer-Keystone Health System is committed to creating an environment where every physician and healthcare professional uses his or her skills, creativity and education to promote the health and well-being of our patients, their families and our communities.
Continuing medical education is essential for physicians and healthcare professionals to provide high-quality medical care.
Crozer-Keystone offers a wide variety of continuing medical education programs at Crozer-Chester Medical Center, Delaware County Memorial Hospital and Taylor Hospital, and also hosts risk management CME courses. In addition, CKHS offers special CME events throughout the year.
Crozer-Keystone Health System sponsors special CME events throughout the year.
The Department of Pediatrics at Crozer-Chester Medical Center hosts an annual fall conference titled the David Baker Day Pediatric Lecture Series. This conference is a tribute to Dr. David Baker who joined Crozer-Chester Medical Center in 1975, as the Pediatric Department’s Director of Education.
Kimberly Paterson Lang, M.D. was a beloved and respected General Internist at Crozer-Chester Medical Center for 15 years. Since her death from cancer more than 12 years ago, Crozer has hosted this Continuing Education Conference in her memory on a theme deemed to be an important medical topic of the time.
The annual trauma symposium was initiated in 1996 to celebrate the 10th anniversary of Crozer Regional Trauma Center. To celebrate the 30th anniversary of the trauma center, the trauma symposium will examine the evolution of trauma care.
The CME Portal for Crozer-Chester Medical Center is the one spot where you can find upcoming events, download course materials, take online evaluations, and login to get your CME certificates and transcripts.
This portal is a collobaration between Crozer-Chester Medical Center and the education documentation system, eeds™. As a result, some links make take you away from this portal and to the eeds website to access more information.