The California Association of Long Term Care Medicine (CALTCM) is the professional organization for California physicians, medical directors, nurses, pharmacists, administrators, and other professionals working in long-term care. We are positioned at the forefront of statewide efforts to advocate quality patient healthcare, provide long-term care education, and influence policy. CALTCM is the state chapter of AMDA: The Society for Post-Acute and Long-Term Care Medicine (formerly the American Medical Directors Association (AMDA)).

The Best of the 2019 CALTCM Summit for Excellence

CALTCM is pleased to host our 4th Fall Summit in Northern CA, The Best of the 2019 CALTCM Summit for Excellence!  This event has been designed to engage and benefit direct care practitioners - all members of the interdisciplinary team and administrative leadership. This event will help you stay current on best practices to be the driver of quality, patient safety and person-centered care, featuring hot topics in PALTC and two "In The Trenches" sessions, giving you the opportunity to individualize your experience, choose from a variety of sessions to fit your education needs. Earn up to 4.5 hours of CME/CEU's when you attend the entire program.

Saturday October 19, 2019 - 8:30am - 1:30pm
UC Davis, Betty Irene Moore Hall Room 1800
2570 48th Street, Sacramento, CA 95817
 
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Join CALTCM

Joining CALTCM easy and the benefits are endless!  It only takes a few minutes and you can apply online or by phone. Enjoy the benefits of membership immediately.  
  • Access to CALTCM Mentorship Program;
  • Discounts to CALTCM meetings;
  • Exclusive toolkits and resources;
  • Online access to past annual meeting syllabi;
  • The CALTCM e-newsletter, the CALTCM WAVE, to keep you informed on state and national issues in long term care;
  • and much more...
Need assistance?  Call the CALTCM Executive Office: (888) 332-3299 - Option 1 for Membership.
 
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LGBTQ Training - Only $15.00 for members

Building Inclusive and Sensitive Long Term Care Services for LGBTQ Communities

This one-hour webinar will describe the required elements for responding to the emerging needs of long term care organizations to provide sensitive and respectful services to LGBT residents. In the webinar we will discuss relevant terminology related to sexual orientation and gender identity, discuss common challenges experienced by LGBT older adults and provide recommendations for honoring patient rights. This webinar will also satisfy new legal requirements for staff and management in long term health care to participate in LGBTQ sensitivity training.