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PM Pediatrics, in conjunction with the Society for Pediatric Urgent Care, is proud to present the 2016 Pediatric Urgent Care Conference, dedicated exclusively to the care of pediatric patients in an Urgent Care setting.
Early Bird Rates through January 15
Preconference: Tuesday, March 29
Conference: Wednesday, March 30 — Friday, April 1
The 2nd annual Pediatric Urgent Care Conference is designed to improve the clinical and procedural skills of caregivers of all levels, as well as provide a foundation for the necessary tools of running a successful pediatric urgent care practice. There will be three concurrent tracks: a core concepts, an advanced concepts, and a practice management track. In addition, a one-day preconference will be offered that will focus on developing and opening a pediatric urgent care practice.
The conference will be led by nationally recognized experts in Pediatric Urgent Care, general healthcare, and business practice. Lectures will be supplemented with time for small group discussions. In addition, workshops will allow for hands on training of various clinical and procedural skills.
PM Pediatrics is the largest provider of pediatric urgent care in the U.S., with multiple locations throughout New York, New Jersey and Maryland. The company provides specialized urgent care to patients from birth through college utilizing pediatric emergency physicians, pediatricians, nurse practitioners, and physician assistants. In addition, we offer the first of its kind fellowship program in Pediatric Urgent Care Medicine for physicians, nurse practitioners and physician assistants.
The attendees will be a combination of current urgent care providers (including doctors, nurse practitioners, and physician assistants), urgent care center administrators and managers, business professionals interested in opening an urgent care center and nurses working in pediatrics.