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Health Care Professionals' Education


Health Care Professionals' Education

This page is updated monthly.

Kalispell Regional Medical Center/Kalispell Regional Healthcare offers a variety of educational opportunities to its patient, community, and healthcare professional customers. Explore the 'Healthcare Professionals' Education' for specialized offerings below.

Many of the professional continuing education programs coordinated by Kalispell Regional Medical Center/Kalispell Regional Healthcare are open to professionals within the region. Click on the linked postings below to obtain more detail regarding topics, professional credits, fees, and registration process.

KRH CME Regularly Scheduled Series

CME/CNE Noon Conference Series-Resumes March 1, 2021
Multidisciplinary Breast Care Conference-CME credits resume January 1, 2021
Neuroscience Institute Educational Conference-CME credits paused.
Cancer Conference-CME credits resume January 1, 2021
Cardiovascular Critical Care Conference-CME credits resume January 1, 2021
Obstetric and Pediatric Grand Rounds

Healthcare Providers Concussion Conference

Third Annual Healthcare Providers Concussion Conference will be on April 9, 2021
Buffalo Hill Conference Center at
Kalispell Regional Medical Center
(virtual attendance available)
Friday, April 9, 2021
9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Online Education

Center for Advanced Palliative Care (CAPC)
- How to Register as a member of CAPC
- CAPC Accredited Course List
- How to Complete an Online Course

Morning CME

Friday Medical Conference for February 26, 2021

Please join Rebekah M. Skoog, MA for a presentation titled “End of Life: Understanding Cultural Conceptions of Mortality  Friday, February 26, 730-830am.   

Please click the link below to join the webinar:
Passcode: 290542

Note: WMT-AHEC offers one free CME for each live presentation.  All presentations will be recorded and sent to this listserv.  Unfortunately, you cannot glean CME for recorded presentations.  Attendance is taken during the live presentations.   For CME directions or any CME inquiry, or additional information, please visit our website:

Here is the link for 2/19 recorded presentation, “Preventing Stroke: What's New, What's Best, and Will Surgery and Stenting Be Needed as Much in the Future?” with Robert L. Minor, Jr. MD:


KRH CME/CNE Conferences

Pediatric Fundamental Critical Care Support: Online Learning Modules and In Person Skills Day 
March 5, 2021 from 07:30a.m. - 12:30 p.m. 
Kalispell Regional Medical Center, Buffalo Hill Conference Center
310 Sunnyview Lane, Kalispell, MT 59901
Register here!