To align with state and System recommendations on social distancing related to COVID-19, Northside Hospital Department of Medical Education will be cancelling, postponing or hosting virtually via GoToMeeting (GTM) or ZOOM all upcoming in-person classes.
If you are currently registered for an upcoming CME course, please be on the lookout for notifications from the physician education staff regarding specific course details.
The Northside Hospital CME Program provides physicians and health care professionals with coordinated, balanced educational opportunities that will help to advance their professional learning, increase their competence in practice, and improve their practice performance.
Offerings consist of varied topics determined by a broad assessment survey conducted annually.
Meeting Recording - (Please note presentation starts around the 18 minute mark.)
Enduring Materials - (An enduring material is a printed, recorded, or computer-presented activity that endures over a specified time and does not have a specific time or location designated for participation; rather, the participant determines whether and when to complete the activity.)
Below you will find the CME calendars for Atlanta, Cherokee, Duluth, Forsyth and Gwinnett locations. Click each link to download and open the PDF files.
Where do I go to attend LIVE conferences face-to-face?
When there are opportunities for face-to-face conferences, they take place in a variety of spaces inside and outside of the hospital. We have listed the most frequently used rooms. Always refer to your registration confirmation for the most updated conference locations for the meeting.
How do I get a CME Certificate for a course I attended?
CME Certificates are provided to physicians after completion of a CME activity. Certificates of participation are provided for non-physicians. You must complete the online evaluation/survey at the conclusion of each activity. You are able to print a certificate directly from the survey.
What steps do I take to organize a CME activity?
All CME activities are reviewed and approved by the Northside Hospital CME Committee. To see if your proposed activity qualifies for CME credit, please complete the preliminary planning form from the CME Application Packet. A completed CME Application will be required if the planning form is approved.
How do I request a CME Credit Report?
The Department of Medical Education maintains a database of CME for Northside Hospital staff physicians only. To request a CME credit report, click here and please provide your full name and specialty in the body of the email. CME reports based on the past 2 years of courses will be provided. If you require a more comprehensive report, please let us know.
Are there ACLS/BLS Courses available?
The Department of Medical Education schedules ACLS/BLS recertification for physicians (and their PAs) annually. A schedule is available here. There is no fee for Northside physicians on staff. A $55 fee applies to community physicians and PAs not on staff.
I’d like to view a recording of a recent CME activity. Can I get a copy?
Recordings of recent CME activities are available on dropbox. To receive CME credit you must complete the online evaluation and/or post-test. Not all recordings are eligible for CME credit. For more detailed information contact email@example.com.
How do I find a Journal Article?
myNorthside Health Resource Center is a digital library of journals, research and point-of-care publications for medical staff. You can search by publication, keyword, author, subject matter or discipline. Click here to be directed to myNorthside Health Resource Center.
Below, you will find a list of important forms and documents. Click each link to download and open these forms.
Northside Hospital is accredited by the Medical Association of Georgia to provide continuing medical education for physicians. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.