NW CME Program
Creating Healthier Communities Together
Supporting Providence Regional's commitment to provide quality medical care for communities we serve, the Department of Medical Education provides continuing medical education (CME) programs for all health care providers to maintain a high level of skill and knowledge for its practitioners. For more information, contact Tracy Brossard, or Laura Clemans at 425-261-3690
Location: Colby Campus on the 2nd floor of the B-wing, room #B2-003, across the hall from the Medical Staff Lounge.
Medical Education Committee
View list of Medical Education Committee members
View the Medical Education Mission Statement
The Medical Education Committee meets the 4th Wednesday of these months from 7 am to 8 am in the 13th Street Conference Room. Lync connection available.
- March, June, September, December
Setting Up and Managing Your CME Account:
A few things to note before you get started:
If you do not remember your password, PLEASE do NOT create a new profile.
Contact the Medical Education department and we will assist you with resetting your password.
If you are a credentialed member of the PRMCE Medical Staff or if you have ever attended a PRMCE Conference, you are already in the system.
View the Conference Schedule or Register for an Event
Grand Rounds is Back!
Held in Cascade Room at Colby Campus and remotely viewable in Pacific Campus Main Floor Conference Room
Begins promptly at noon. Lunch available at 11:45 am.
Full Grand Rounds Schedule available for the following sessions
| July 21, 2017
|| August 18, 2017
|| September 22, 2017
| October 20, 2017
| November 17, 2017
| December 15, 2017
CME Planning Resources Tab
Hosting an event with AMA PRA Category I Credit(s)TM has specific requirements. To ensure we are continually providing exceptional continuing medical education opportunities to our staff and community, PRMCE follows ACCME guidelines.
Recommend or Volunteer to be a Speaker at a PRMCE Conference or Event
Contact the Medical Education Department if you have someone in mind for a particular topic or conference. PRMCE event speakers should be able to easily engage an audience and provide current, evidence-based information about best-practices in their specialties.
Suggestions for Course Topics
Contact the Medical Education Department if you are aware of a topic that is particularly relevant in providing improvements to our safe, high-quality patient healthcare.