Eric Nicastro 
Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine 


Friday February 28, 2014 at 7:00 AM EST
Sunday March 2, 2014 at 12:00 PM EST

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Peek'n Peak Conference Center 
1405 Old Road
Clymer, NY 14736

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Primary Care 2014 offers a unique learning experience for physicians and healthcare professionals seeking to learn the latest information on medical advancements and treatment options. LECOM faculty and guest lecturers will present topics pertinent to primary care physicians as well as specialists.
Aside from standard lecture, special breakout sessions will introduce new treatments in wound care and cover prescription drug abuse from the clinical as well as legal perspective.


Registrants are responsible for their own hotel accommodations.  For reservations, call Peek’n Peak at (716) 355-4141, ext. 7154, and specify that you have enrolled in the LECOM Primary Care 2013 seminar.  Peek’n Peak will hold a block of rooms for participants. Reservations must be made by January 28, 2014, to guarantee a room.

Standard Rooms $120 per night

Attendees may upgrade their rooms to condos and suites.  Please call the resort for prices and information.

  • Weekend reservations must be for minimum Friday and Saturday.

  • All rates based on double occupancy, unless otherwise noted.

  • Additional charg for each adult, 18 and older. Contact hotel for rate.

  • Room rates are subject to state and local taxes.

  • Condominium style accommodations available by contacting Peek’n Peak; additional prices and occupancy rates apply.

  • Peek’n Peak Resort and Conference Center does not guarantee specific room type availability.  Requests will be accommodated to the best of the property’s availability.

  • Check-in time is after 4 p.m. on day of arrival. Checkout time is before 11 a.m. on day of departure.

Educational Objectives

Primary Care 2014 will focus on health problems commonly seen in the offices of primary care physicians. The objective of this three-day seminar is to provide participating physicians with information about new medical advancements in order to increase the scope of treatment options available to primary care physicians and to enhance the physicians' existing knowledge of topics that will be covered. Following Primary Care 2014, the physician should be able to apply this new medical information in diagnosis and treatment, thus improving patient care.

Credit Hours

The Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine anticipates Primary Care 2014 being approved for up to 20 AOA Category I-A CME credit hours pending approval by the AOA CCME. LECOM anticipates this activity will be approved for up to 20 prescribed credits by the American Academy of Family Physicians. An application for CME credit has been filed with the American Academy of Family Physicians. Determination of credit is pending. Primary Care 2014 will include up to 5 hours devoted to the new Pennsylvania Risk Management Requirements.

The current AOA CME cycle ends December  2015.  Annual attendance at LECOM's Primary Care conference offers physicians an excellent opportunity to earn the category 1-A CME credits required for state licensing and AOA membership.