upcoming events

Annual Meeting, CME Conference and Research Day
March 5 - 8, 2020
The Hotel Hershey - Hershey, PA
Details and registration

Adventures in Family Medicine Conference
September 10 - 12, 2020
Camelback Mtn. Resort - Tannersville, PA

Pittsburgh CME Conference
November 13-15, 2020
The Westin - Pittsburgh, PA

2021 CME Alaska Cruise
July 13-22, 2021
Alaska
Details and cabin reservations here
*CME registration opening soon. Cabin reservations available now.

Latest News

PAFP working for members in Harrisburg Feb. 14, 2020

The Pennsylvania Academy of Family Physicians is hard at work at the Capitol in Harrisburg on legislation that benefits family physicians and their patients. From PAFP members' top legislative priority, prior authorization reform, to issues like scope of practice and credentialing reform, the PAFP is working for you. Click here to view the PAFP's 2019-2020 state legislative agenda.

Flu resurges in Pennsylvania Feb. 13, 2020

Flu season isn't over in the Keystone State. According to Lancaster Online, the past two weeks have seen almost 24,000 new cases and 14 deaths from the influenza virus. The highest one-week case total this year surpasses any other in the past eight seasons except for 2017-18. Secretary of Health Dr. Rachel Levine is reminding patients it's not too late for the flu shot.

Resident survey: Chance to win free CME registration Feb. 12, 2020

Residents, please take a couple of minutes to provide us with your personal insight on what interests you about PAFP CME. At the end of the short survey, you have the opportunity to win a full conference registration for one of PAFP's future events, valid through November 2021 (excluding registration to the Alaska 2021 cruise). Click here to begin the survey.

Give the gift of PAFP apparel for Valentine's Day Feb. 11, 2020

Struggling to find the perfect gift for your loved one? This Valentine’s Day, give them brand new PAFP apparel! Even if your valentine is not a member, you can share your remaining PAFP membership reward points to save 10% on new PAFP apparel. The online storefront will close on Feb. 14. Click here for instructions or contact Lindsey Killian for more details.

PAFP president on scope of practice proposal  Alert 

"Senate Bill 25, which passed the Senate earlier this year, rests in the House Professional Licensure Committee. The chair of that committee, Rep. David Hickernell (R-Lancaster), has presented us with an outline of a proposal that would establish a six-year pilot project allowing CRNPs to practice independently in federally designated physician shortage areas." Click here to read more.


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