North Central Society For Post-Acute And Long-Term Care Medicine (NCSPALTC)
NCSPALTC Annual Seminar
The NCSPALTC Annual Seminar will be held Wednesday, April 10, 2019 at the Ramkota Hotel in Sioux Falls. The program booklet is available here!
The Registration Form is available here.
NCSPALTC Exhibitor Information is available below!
What is NCSPALTC (Formerly SDMDA)?
The North Central Society For Post-Acute And Long-Term Care Medicine (NCSPALTC) is a professional association committed to the continuous improvement of the quality of resident care by providing education, advocacy, information, resources and professional development for medical directors, physicians, and non-physician providers who practice in long term care settings in the state of South Dakota and North Dakota.
North Central Society For Post-Acute And Long-Term Care
804 N Western Avenue
Sioux Falls, SD 57104
The annual dues for SDMDA membership is January through December. The dues are $120.00 for the calendar year for a renewing medical director or attending physician. The dues are $75.00 per calendar year for new medical director, attending physician or non physician.
NCSPALTC Membership Application - Renewal
National Association – AMDA - The Society for Post-Acute and Long-Term Medicine
NCSPALTC Annual Seminar Exhibits
The North Central Society For Post-Acute And Long-Term Care (NCSPALTC) is hosting its Annual Seminar on April 10, 2019, at the Ramkota Hotel in Sioux Falls, SD.
This Seminar provides quality educational programs for medical directors and other long term care disciplines. This will be the 27th Annual Seminar!
Why should your company exhibit at the Annual NCSPALTC Seminar? This Annual Seminar is specifically for medical directors, physicians in long term care and personnel in long term care! The exhibits will be in the hub of activity for your company to promote your display, interact and dialogue with the attendees. This will be your company’s chance to showcase your products! NCSPALTC Exhibit Form is available here. The Exhibit Terms are available here.
For more information, contact the NCSPALTC office.