Fall Clinics is a day-long medical education program (CME) sponsored by the Montrose Memorial Hospital Medical Staff and organized by the hospital's Fall Clinics Committee. It is open to physicians, medical students, nurses, nursing students and ancillary health providers. Fall Clinics is scheduled the last Friday in September each year. Details of the event are posted on this site in August prior to the event each year.
Montrose Fall Clinics is designed to provide quality educational opportunities for the Montrose Memorial Hospital Medical Staff and to assist them in meeting the Hospital continuing medical education requirements. Fall Clinics will address new developments, technologies, procedures and medical practice standards and address improvement opportunities from quality of care issues identified through input from the various committees and system-wide continuous quality improvement efforts.
Montrose Memorial Hospital is accredited by the Colorado Medical Society to provide continuing medical education to physicians. Montrose Memorial Hospital designated this education activity for a maximum of eleven AMA PRA Category I Credits. Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.