Primary Care CME/CE in Tampa, FL
Pri-Med Tampa | Regional CME/CE Conference will return to the Tampa Convention Center, Thursday–Friday, September 14–15, for two days of in-person learning. By attending Pri-Med Tampa, you can earn up to 12.50 CME/CE credits, as well as interact with faculty in Q&A sessions designed to answer your more pressing questions.
We look forward to this primary care CME/CE conference, which features a brand-new curriculum developed in partnership with our medical advisory board.
11 Brand-New Courses
$65 Registration Fee
12.50 CME/CE Credits
Participate in discussions on cardiology, dermatology, diabetes, geriatrics, infectious disease, pain management, and more.
Enjoy audience polling, dedicated time for networking, and live Q&A with expert clinician-educators.
Connect with local industry representatives who are committed to helping improve your practice in Industry Theaters and the Product Forum. Become a sponsor.
Explore culture, dining, entertainment, and shopping in the heart of downtown Tampa. Plus, access exclusive discounts on area hotels.
Early-bird rate expires on Friday, May 26$60
Advanced rates expires on Wednesday, September 13$65
Earn up to 12.50 CME/CE credits
Pri-Med Tampa Conference Features
- Breakfast, coffee, and lunch included with your registration
- Free mobile app from which you can access the agenda, CME/CE evaluations, live polling, session slides, and more
- Dedicated networking time with industry representatives to get your questions answered, outside of your office
Hear Directly From Your Moderators
Clinicians attending Pri-Med conferences are really interested in practical takeaways for their patients. The ability to share something new is particularly rewarding to me. I feel fortunate to be able to help with this.
Ty J. Gluckman, MD, FACC, FAHA
Providence St. Joseph Health
I always learn from Pri-Med audience members’ experience, particularly regarding the practical application of complex concepts in patient care. And I feel that one of the most important roles that I play as moderator is to create a conversation around these best practices. The core messages that emerge from these conversations enrich all our practices.
Charles Vega, MD, FAAFP
UC Irvine School of Medicine