Saturday, July 23, 2016
Pennsylvania Osteopathic Medical Association (POMA)
The mission of the Pennsylvania Osteopathic Medical Association is to promote public health:

  • By the elevation and maintenance of high standards of osteopathic education;
  • By the stimulation of research and investigation;
  • By the collection and dissemination of such knowledge for the education and improvement of the profession and for the benefit of humanity.
41st Annual POFPS CME Symposium - August 5-7, 2016 - Hershey, PA

The 41st Annual Pennsylvania Osteopathic Family Physicians Society's CME Symposium will be held August 5-7, 2016 at the Hershey Lodge in Hershey, Pennsylvania.


This year's symposium will offer 20 Category 1A AOA CME credits (pending AOA approval), which will include patient safety credits and 2 hours applicable to Act 31 training requirements.  Click here to view the tentative schedule.


The POFPS Exhibit Hall will be open Friday, August 5 and Saturday, August 6.  If you are interested in exhibiting, please call (717) 939-9318, ext 18 or email


To register, complete the registration form and return to the Central Office, 1330 Eisenhower Boulevard, Suite 200, Harrisburg, PA 17111-2319; or fax to (717) 939-7255.


For your convenience, we have put together a list of local hotels.


If you have any questions, please contact the Central Office at (717) 939-9318, ext 10, e-mail


We looking forward to seeing you in Hershey!

2016 POMA Clinical Assembly - Wrap-up Materials

Thank you for attending the POMA 108th Annual Clinical Assembly!   This year's conference was a record breaker with over 1700 registered attendees!  We hope you enjoyed your time with us.


CME Reminders

CME credits for attendees of the 2016 POMA Clinical Assembly are currently being processed by the POMA Central Office.  POMA will record the credits earned in the membership database and forward them to the AOA.  CME certificates will be mailed to attendees in June 2016.

Attendees are reminded to return their CME attestation form to the Central Office immediately, if they have not already done so.  This form was provided to physicians in their registration packet at the time of the program; it is also available by clicking here.  If a reporting form is not completed and returned, POMA will be unable to forward the credits to the AOA.

Attendees who participated in the Child Abuse Reporting and Prevention lecture on Saturday afternoon will be processed by the Support Center for Child Advocates.  Upon matching attendee records with the Pa. Department of State, the Support Center will issue a certificate of completion which will be mailed along with the POMA CME certificate.

If you have any questions, please call (717) 939-9318, ext 18.


Updated Speaker Materials Now Available

Speaker materials for educational sessions at the 2016 POMA Clinical Assembly are available on the POMA Clinical Assembly page of the POMA website.  They will remain online until December 2016.


Outcomes Survey

An outcomes survey for the 108th Annual Clinical Assembly will be mailed with your CME certificate.  Additional Category 1A credits will be awarded for completion.  Please keep an eye out for this opportunity.


Save the Date

Mark your calendars now to attend POMA's 109th Annual Clinical Assembly, April 26-29, 2017 at the Radisson Valley Forge and Valley Forge Event Center in King of Prussia, PA.  We look forward to seeing you next year!

POMA Website Features for Online Members

The POMA website allows POMA members to keep you up-to-date with news alerts as well as:

  • Pay your 2015-2016 dues online
  • Access your CME credits online (Please note, only CME credits for POMA-sponsored events are automatically available.  Physicians who receive credits from a source other than the POMA should forward information on the program to the POMA Central Office. If you are having difficulties with your credits, please call (717) 939-9318, ext. 18)
  • View Member's Only news
  • View the complete POMA Membership Directory
  • View archives of the POMA Newsletter and The Journal of the POMA

To gain access to these features, become a member of the POMA online community by registering with the site (see instructions below).  Non-POMA members may view the public site but are restricted from the privileges of active POMA members.

Registration Instructions for POMA Online First Time Users
• Click Register on the upper right hand side of the page.
• Enter your AOA number (without the leading zero) i
n the box provided.
• Select your POMA membership status by clicking the appropriate button and click Continue.
• Chose your osteopathic medical school and graduation year from the pull-down list to verify your identity. Click Continue.
• Verify the information provided and complete the remaining fields.
• Once done, click Register.
• Click Logout on the upper right hand side of the page.
• Click Login, enter your AOA number (without the leading zero) and password, and click Login to gain access to the members-only information.

* Do not put a zero in front of your AOA number *

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