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Continuing Medical Education

We provide many opportunities for physicians to gain further expertise in pediatric clinical care.

The Continuing Medical Education (CME) program at Children's Mercy supports physicians in their effort to remain at the cutting edge of their profession. Maintaining the highest-quality clinical standards and patient care is a lifelong process that requires staying abreast of the latest procedures, technology and approaches in medicine. Our mission is to improve the health and wellbeing of children by educating local, regional, national and international providers in the best practices in pediatric health care. We accomplish this through high-quality, evidence-based programs with high impact.



Children's Mercy is accredited with commendation by the Missouri State Medical Association to provide CME for physicians through Jan. 15, 2027. All CME activities are planned and implemented in accordance with the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) Essential Areas, Elements, and Guidelines.

  MSMA Accreditation Certificate - 2021



The Children’s Mercy CME department can provide CME for non-CMH sponsored educational events. There is a fee to outside organizations for this service and the CME office must be included in the planning of the class to qualify for CME credit. Please contact for more information.


CME Offerings

Current CME opportunities at Children’s Mercy can be found on the CME events calendar

The American Heart Association Training Center at Children's Mercy offers a variety of training programs in both CPR and Life Support.

Register to view Grand Rounds and earn Continuing Education credit by completing a short pre/post test and evaluation.

If you have completed a CME event at Children's Mercy and need a duplicate certificate, please email with the details of your request.