Join us for the 2021 Hoeper Primary Care Symposium Friday, September 24!
The symposium has been planned and designed to provide primary members of the healthcare team with the tools and knowledge they need to identify and treat various conditions of their patients. The target audience includes Primary Care providers (Family Physicians and Internists), Advance Practice Nurses, Nurses in Acute and Ambulatory Care Settings and Allied Health Professionals.
Register below and receive seven continuing education credits/hours.
CME Credit Statement
The Kansas City Southwest Clinical Society designates this live activity for a maximum of 7 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in this activity.
CNE Credit Statement
HCA Midwest Health is approved as a provider of nursing continuing professional development by Midwest Multistate Division, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation. Upon completion, the participant will be awarded 7 contact hours. Course completion requirements include attendance for the entire course. The course planners, presenters and content reviewers certify that they have no affiliations with, or involvement in, any organization or entity with any financial interest in the subject matter or materials discussed in this presentation.
Aaron Doonan, MD
"Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation"
Ryan Hegg, MD
"Interventional Radiology for the Primary Care Provider"
Hillary Hopkins, MD
"Wound Care for the Primary Care Provider"
Joel P. McKinsey, MD
"The COVID-19 Pandemic"
Marc Roth, MD
"Genomics and Personalized Cancer Care for the Primary Care Provider"
Erica Dailey, DO
"Updates in the Diagnosis and Management of GERD, Achalasia and Gastroparesis"
Daniel Schaper, MD
"Common Orthopedic Issues in the office as a Primary Care Provider"
$90 – Physicians
$80 – Research Medical Center Physicians and Honorary Physicians
$70 – Nurses, Residents and Allied Health Professionals
Learn about Dr. Sam Hoeper, Sr.
Dr. Sam Hoeper, Sr. practiced medicine at Research Medical Center for 47 years, but before his career as a doctor began he was a teacher, principal and coach. As a man who valued education, he was dedicated to providing others opportunities to learn. Dr. Hoeper, Sr. passed away in August 2008. He established the Hoeper Bixby Fund through The Research Foundation to provide support to host medical symposiums and conferences for the benefit of the local medical community – and the thousands of patients served by healthcare professionals.
Dr. Sam Hoeper, Jr. describes his father as a humanitarian. He had a commitment to education and a desire to help people. Dr. Hoeper, Jr. carries on his father’s legacy in medicine and also helps to organize this annual symposium.