Thursday, May 28, 2015
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.
40th Annual POFPS CME Symposium - August 7-9, 2015 - Hershey, PA

The 40th Annual Pennsylvania Osteopathic Family Physicians Society's CME Symposium will be held August 7-9, 2015 at the Hershey Lodge in Hershey, Pennsylvania.  Twenty Category 1A AOA CME credits are anticipated.  Click here to download the symposium registration form.  A tentative schedule will be made available in the near future.


A room block is available at the Hershey Lodge for conference attendees.  Click here to view the hotel information.  A list of other local hotels and bed & breakfasts within 15 minutes of Hershey are also available if you prefer to stay off-site.


Discounted Hershey Park tickets will also be available to symposium attendees on a first come, first served basis (limited quantities available) at the POFPS registration desk.


If you have any questions, please contact the POFPS Central Office at (717) 939-9318 or, toll-free in Pa., (800) 544-POMA.


See you in Hershey!

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 2014-2015 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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