Riley Maternity Tower Opening September 12, 2021
Riley Maternity Tower Education
Thank you for your preparedness as we plan for the opening of the Riley Maternity Tower on September 12, 2021. Education requirements have been implemented for providers who will be practicing in the Maternity Tower. Resources and computer-based training modules are located on the Center for Physician and Advanced Provider website, https://iuhealthcpe.org/, and are assigned based upon the provider’s role within the tower. Please complete the appropriate training based upon the following guidelines:
Tier 1 Training: Specialists and Consults that will infrequently work in the Maternity Tower
Tier 2 Training: Providers working in the Maternity Tower full time, a certain period of time, or throughout a rotation.
Instructions to access the required provider education:
- Login to https://iuhealthcpe.org/
- Search for “Riley Maternity”
The direct links to the training are as follows:
If you have questions regarding the mandatory education, please contact Renae Cavanaugh RN, firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Riley Leadership Team
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CME Learning Events
Coffee Talk - Fetal Center - 0.5 CME
Presented By: Melinda Markham MD and Jennifer Weida MD
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Presented By: Kristin Wikel, M.Ed and Lisa Truitt, M.Ed
To access these events go to https://live.iuhcpe.org