Continuing Medical Education
Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital is accredited by the by the Institute of Medical
Quality, and the California Medical Association (IMQ/CMA) to provide continuing
medical education for physicians. Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital designates
each live activity for a maximum of 1.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™.
Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of
their participation in the activity.
Our Continuing Medical Education Program offers a wide variety of highly
regarded conferences designed to enhance the performance of physicians
in all disciplines.
Grand Rounds & Schwartz Rounds
2018 Grand Rounds & Schwartz Rounds Schedule
Grand Rounds are held twice a month at Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital in Conference Rooms
A-D and at Petaluma Valley Hospital in Goverman Hall. Grand Rounds are
normally on the 2nd and 4th Fridays each month from 12:30–1:45 p.m.,
with lunch served at 12:00pm (unless otherwise noted). See our CME calendar
above. Grand Rounds will also be listed in our Events section.
Schwartz Rounds are multi-disciplinary discussions with a non-traditional format around
the human dimension of medicine. They are presented at over 520 healthcare
facilities in the US, Canada and the UK. Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital
began presenting rounds in 2015 and Petaluma Valley Hospital in 2016.
They have been very successful and are helping to shape our culture in
a positive manner.
For the CME schedule, please call the CME Hotline at 707-525-5300, ext.
2247. For other questions regarding our CME Program, please call 707-547-5475.
Upcoming Spring Symposium
You are invited to the Santa Rosa Memorial & Northern California Medical
Associates annual Regional Physician Spring Symposium on Saturday, March
24, 2018, at the Hyatt Regency Sonoma Wine Country .
Please see the
attached flyer with the faculty/topics. Our keynote speaker will be Dr. Jack Boyd from
Stanford Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery providing an overview of
the Current State of Robotics in Healthcare.
RSVP by clicking on the following link
The CME Committee meets quarterly to discuss and identify topics for education
and members are very interested in planning CME activities in areas where
improvement could be made or where you find topics of importance. If you
would like to suggest a topic for education, please use the
Activity Request Form to document WHY physicians need the topic (what needs to be improved or
is not known) and WHAT physicians should be able to do better (desired
outcomes or goals). Please provide as much information as possible. If
you have a preferred speaker for the suggested topic, please submit the
name and contact information of the speaker. Please submit your form to the
CME Coordinator. If you need any assistance with completing the form, please contact the
CME Coordinator. Once the form is submitted, it will be reviewed by CME Committee for
consideration. Your assistance in providing a relevant CME program for
our medical staff members is greatly appreciated.
Credit Transcripts are Available!
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