April 18, 2015 at Midlands
Technical College in the Academic Center Auditorium
One-day event offering 8 CEU's
Attendees, please use the following PDF form to register for this event: Spring Registration Form
Vendors, please contact Tanya Pettigrew directly for registration information at Tpettigrew@insighthealth.com or 803-479-3896.
On behalf of the South Carolina Society of Nuclear Medicine I would like to thank everyone who attended the President's fall meeting. I hope that you all enjoyed the speakers and lecture topics, and found them to be useful and informative. Your attendance and support of the society are greatly appreciated. It is members like you that allow the society to thrive and meet our goals of providing educational opportunities.
The Harvest Hope Food Drive was a great success! The distribution of foods will go to needy families in the area. It's always great to help those whom are less fortunate. You all deserve an applause for your contributions!
For those of you who were not able to attend, we miss seeing you and hope that you can attend the spring meeting in 2015. Be sure to remember to renew your membership, if you have not done so already. This can be done by visiting the website www.scsnm.org.
There are many benefits of being a member of SCSNM other than the educational and networking opportunities. The society works on a much greater level than most people realize. It allows us representation at a national level. There are legislative items that affects how nuclear medicine is practiced, billed, and paid for. If we don't band together we don't have a collective voice. This is our profession and we should be proud of it and support it.
It was voted on by the members of the society at the meeting to make the spring meeting a one day event. The meeting will be held in Columbia, South Carolina. Details will follow soon via email.
If there any questions, concerns, or suggestions please feel free to contact me or any of the officers of the society. Thank you all for allowing me the opportunity to serve the society
Hattie Brayboy, CNMT, MBA-HA
The South Carolina Society of Nuclear Medicine is comprised of Nuclear Medicine professionals dedicated to maintaining and enhancing the highest standards in molecular imaging and therapy practice.
We strive to accomplish these goals by providing continuing education and support with the greatest attention to patient care, technology, and research in our discipline. We seek to inform patients and the public of the cutting edge procedures and practice that we use to provide the earliest detection of disease.
Printable membership application/renewal form provided in Adobe Acrobat (PDF) format. If you don't currently have it, you can easily download and install the FREE Acrobat Reader here.