About 2017-08-31T16:12:24+00:00

Suburban Health Organization’s (SHO) Continuing Medical Education (CME) program enhances community health and wellness through the provision of a coordinated program of evidence-based medical education and interventions for the medical staff of its affiliate Hospitals and Long Term Care Facilities. By reviewing and augmenting previously learned knowledge and skills, as well as providing updates on changes and new developments in medicine, SHO’s CME program is designed to promote the maintenance of clinical skills and current competencies, and to positively impact physician’s attitudes and practice behaviors.

SHO’s CME Program and activities are supported by SHO’s affiliated hospitals located in central Indiana.
Hancock Health
Hendricks Regional Health
Henry Community Health
Johnson Memorial Health
Major Health Partners
Margaret Mary Health
Riverview Health
Rush Memorial Hospital
Witham Health Services

SHO CME activities are open to all interested physicians regardless of hospital affiliation. Program attendance by other clinical professionals and employees is strongly encouraged.

Our CME Team

Craig Wilson, MD, MHSc, FACP, Chief Medical Officer

Terri Neaderhiser, LSW, CCM, CME Program Administrator

SHO’s CME Team collaborates with internal and external stakeholders to promote a quality program, including but not limited to:

CEO Roundtable
CMO Roundtable
Risk Retention Group
Clinical Excellence Council
Long Term Care Collaboration
• Accountable Care Organization Care Coordinators
Indiana Hospital Association
Indiana State Medical Association
Physician Practice Council
• Hospital Medical Staff, Education, and Quality Departments