Continuing medical education

Providence's Department of Continuing Medical Education provides physicians in our geographical region stimulating educational programs – lectures, small group workshops, debates, simulation and other types of activities – which are balanced, objective, evidence-based and possess scientific integrity.

Each CME activity should improve attendees’ knowledge and stimulate physician-attendees to pursue self-directed learning specific to their practices. Our CME program emphasizes the needs of primary care providers and ultimately should lead to improved patient outcomes.
 
To see what's coming up, check out:

Upcoming grand rounds
To get CME verification, email Stephanie Munoz for a letter containing your CME credits as well as a certificate of attendance.

You can also watch medical grand rounds online:

Online – not for credit
Weekly medical grand rounds at Providence Portland and Providence St. Vincent medical centers are broadcast live via streaming video. All broadcasts are also archived for on-demand viewing for up to one year. To view a broadcast online, use the link above.

Online – for credit
Certain sessions have been approved for online CME credit. There is a $25 charge for CME credit if you are not affiliated with Providence Health & Services. If you are affiliated with Providence and wish to earn CME credit, contact Stephanie Munoz to receive the promo code.

CME department contacts
Stephanie Munoz, regional coordinator
5050 NE Hoyt St., Suite 540, Portland, OR 97213
503-215-6088 (fax 503-215-0450)

Ruth Parker, Providence St. Vincent Medical Center coordinator
9205 SW Barnes Road, Portland, OR 97225
503-216-6587 (fax 503-216-4041)