Cardiovascular Symposium 2013 - Hilton Garden Inn
Saturday, June 1, 2013 from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM (EDT)
Anderson, United States
Featuring live case presentations, talks from national experts, and panel discussions with local readers
Gain an overview of the latest trends in cardiac and vascular care from risk modification and prevention to cardiac interventions
The AnMed Health Cardiovascular Symposium is a comprehensive continuing education event for professionals at all levels of patient care. During this one-day event, you'll hear from national leaders in cardiac care, watch live case presentations and earn continuing education credits.
The symposium covers a variety of topics from primary care prevention to coronary interventions. Learn about trends in treating atrial fibrillation, congestive heart failure, vascular heart disease and peripheral vascular disease.
Physicians, nurses, technologists, medical students and allied health professionals, this is one educational event you won't want to miss. For more details, call (864) 512-1439.
Health Professionals Continuing Education:
This event has been approved for 6 AMA PRA Category 1 credits. Approval of CEU credit is pending.
AnMed Health will refund your registration fee minus a $50 administrative fee if written notification of your cancellation is received before May 10, 2013. No refunds will be made after May 10.
AnMed Health reserves the right to cancel this event due to any unforseen circumstances. In the unlikely event that this occurs, AnMed Health will refund your registration fee. AnMed Health is not responsible for any costs incurred of airfare, travel or lodging.
Located in Upstate South Carolina, AnMed Health is widely recognized as a regional health care leader. AnMed Health attracts patients from an eight-county area, and offers advanced medical treatment from acute care procedures to outpatient surgery and diagnostics.
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