The 44th Annual Meeting will be held Thursday, April 30, 2015 thru Sunday, May 3, 2015 in Orlando. Please plan to attend!
Florida Nuclear Medicine Technologists:
In the current dynamic environment of health care reform, it is imperative that all technologists are not only knowledgeable in their field, but also achieve advance education, training, and specialty certification. The mission of the Florida Nuclear Medicine Technologists, Inc. is to promote continued education and research in the field of Nuclear Medicine Technology through meetings and other activities throughout the State of Florida.
The FNMT is vital in disseminating information to its membership regarding issues that affect our profession within our state and local government. The Executive Council of the FNMT is a small group of Officers and Committee Members who sole interest is to serve its membership.
As your newly elected President of the FNMT, it is my pleasure to report to you the executive council and its committee members are working diligently toward the
44th Annual Meeting, being held Wednesday, April 29 thru Sunday, May 3, 2015.
Due to popular demand, we are returning to the Hilton Orlando Lake Buena Vista,
Walt Disney World Resort. To accommodate our membership, additional rooms have been reserved for the FNMT. Keep in mind, the hotel has multiple events taking place at the same time as our meeting; therefore, please plan to book early to guarantee a room. We have contracted with the hotel to offer a gracious cancellation policy.
The 2015 program will offer diverse educational opportunities in Nuclear Medicine, Nuclear Cardiology, Molecular Imaging, Nuclear Pharmacy, and Research to encourage and enhance professional education and leadership. We are anticipating offering a workshop in addition to the 24 educational lectures.
The Executive Council is open to its members and welcomes new ideas and participation.
Please feel free to email me through the FNMT web site, www.fnmt.ws if you are interested in attending one of the council meetings.
Karen Tinker Emanuel