Interprofessional Continuing Education

The Interprofessional Continuing Education Program at Holy Cross Hospital is structured to provide current and relevant educational activities for the medical and dental staff of the hospital and for interested physicians in the community. CME topics include but are not limited to practical problems in patient care, results of quality improvement studies, applications of new technologies and medical advances, and topics requested by the medical staff. 

The CME program strives to further medical knowledge and to maintain the high quality of patient care in the community served by Holy Cross Hospital.


Our Mission for Continuing Education - IPCE:

People-Centered Care:  We will transform our clinical and business models to deliver people-centered care
Engaged Colleagues:  We will attract, develop, and retain exceptional and committed colleagues who reflect the diversity of our communities.
Operational Excellence:  We will build an enterprise that uses our strengths as a national system to deliver operational excellence.
Physicians & Clinicians: We will collaborate with physicians and clinicians.
Leadership Nationally:  We will lead in strengthening and expanding the ministry of Catholic health care in our communities and nationwide.
Effective Stewardship:  We will steward resources effectively to enable success in our transformation to people-centered health care.



CME Accreditation


In support of improving patient care, Trinity Health System is jointly accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME), the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE), and the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC), to provide continuing education for the healthcare team.

For information about upcoming continuing medical education offerings at Holy Cross Hospital, Contact Matt Johnston, Health Resources Project Coordinator at 301-754-7073 or for more information.