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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.

CME Symposiums

Crozer-Keystone Health System sponsors special CME events throughout the year.

Cardiovascular Update 2019: Advances in Diagnosis and Management

Brought to you by the respected cardiovascular team of Crozer-Keystone Health System, this comprehensive continuing medical education features presentations on a range of topics related to caring for patients with cardiovascular conditions.

Delivery of high-quality cardiovascular care requires awareness of current evidence-based guidelines, recognizing the appropriateness of various diagnostic options, and identifying multiple pharmacologic, catheter-based, and surgical treatment options across a wide spectrum of disease processes. The goal of this symposium is to address gaps that now exist between current practice patterns and best practices in the provision of cardiovascular care.

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23rd Annual Trauma & Critical Care Symposium

This year marks the 23rd Annual Trauma & Critical Care Symposium. The CCMC trauma program has noted that patients with penetrating trauma have doubled over the last 10 years. This symposium will address the role of mental health and addiction in trauma and focus on bridging knowledge deficits and providing education to reduce the long terms effects of these day-to-day stresses and the potential effect of a disaster event. The national Stop the Bleed training program, with hands-on learning, will be presented to give attendees specific measures that they can take to prevent death from hemorrhage.

14th Annual Kimberly Paterson Lang Symposium

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.

Innovations in Neurosciences: Rethinking Neurological Disease

Join us for this introduction to Global Neurosciences Institute (GNI) and their comprehensive neurosciences program at Crozer-Keystone Health System. GNI is an innovative team of the most highly trained and skilled neurosurgeons, neurologists and researchers in the region.

The 21st Annual David Baker Day Pediatric Lecture Series

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.

CME Portal

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 log in to get your CME certificates and transcripts.

This portal is a collaboration 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.

CME Contacts

Michaele Bartenbach

CME Coordinator
Crozer-Chester Medical Center and Taylor Hospital

Phone: 610-447-2739
Fax: 610-447-6110
Email: cme@crozer.org

Donald Powers

CME Department
Delaware County Memorial Hospital

Phone: 610-284-8562
Fax: 610-394-1844
Email: Donald.Powers@crozer.org