Originally founded in 1932 by seven pediatricians, CPS began as a way for local doctors to come together to discuss common issues they were facing. Since then, our basic aim has remained almost the same – We seek to maintain and provide a sense of community amongst local pediatric care providers through our focus on educational opportunities, networking/socializing events, recognition of outstanding local providers and advocacy.
Missing the camaraderie of seeing your colleagues whether it be weekly at Grand Rounds, passing through the halls during residency or out at a social event? Are you always struggling with new ways to complete your MOC or CME credits? Have you wondered about ways to get involved locally with advocacy and don’t know where to start?
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Inspired by the establishment American Academy of Pediatrics years earlier, a small group of Cincinnati doctors formed their own group to address local issues. See how far we’ve come since 1932.
Joining our organization provides an easy way to network with local colleagues, enjoy free CME dinner lectures in venues around the city and become involved with local or state advocacy.
Interested on more details about future Cincinnati Pediatric Society CME events, award dinners and social events? You’ll find links to register, information on venues, speakers and award winners.