Pri-Med is cancelling Pri-Med Southwest 2021. Unfortunately, due to the ongoing impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, it would be impossible for Pri-Med to hold the conference.
Although we’re unable to meet in person in Houston, TX, we’re still offering education from expert faculty in the safest way possible – virtually. Experience the same high-quality CME/CE you’ve come to expect from Pri-Med’s in-person conferences, including timely updates on the most current clinical strategies relevant to your daily practice. Join your clinician colleagues for upcoming virtual education programs, including Primary Care Pulse and PrimaryCareNOW. Learn more.
I was planning to attend Pri-Med Southwest; what does this mean for me?
Join your clinician colleagues for a three-day primary care continuing medical education (CME/CE) experience in Houston, Texas. Participate in a brand-new, cutting-edge curriculum focused on the latest clinical insights and patient cases, and delivered by expert faculty. Pri‑Med conferences have been a trusted source of clinicians nationwide since 1995, helping the primary care community develop evidence-based strategies to improve patient care and outcomes.
Each year, thousands of clinicians come together at Pri-Med Southwest with the shared goal of improving patient care. Join us for three days in Houston, Texas, to enjoy a dynamic CME/CE curriculum developed in partnership with Course Chairs Richard J. Hamill, MD, and Michael Fordis, MD, from Baylor College of Medicine, to address the every day challenges clinicians face in their practice. You will also experience:
Let's work together to connect, collaborate, and share our knowledge to improve the world of primary care.
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