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Welcome to our page dedicated for CME conferences in Scottsdale, Arizona. Scottsdale is very close to Phoenix, Arizona.

Scottsdale Continuing Medical Education Conferences

When you sign up for a CME Conference, you can take advantage of the highest caliber training, earn CME credits, and enjoy the natural beauty of Arizona’s Sonoran desert.

Scottsdale Attractions

While in Arizona for one of our conferences, you can enjoy a number of local attractions, including Taliesen West, home of the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation and the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture. It was the legendary architect’s winter home for over 20 years until his death in 1959. It features many buildings of his design, and is open for guided tours.

Be sure to experience the McDowell Sonoran Desert Preserve, featuring multi-use trails of various lengths difficulties for hiking, biking, and horseback riding. It is open from sunrise to sunset, and is free of charge to the public. The more mechanically minded can enjoy trails that allow motorized access, including dune buggies, four wheelers, and other adventure tours. White water rafting excursions are also available.

For those who want an air conditioned experience, the Penske Racing Museum features a collection of NASCAR and Indy racecars that will delight any gearhead, and the Western Spirit Museum of the West offers a look at Arizona’s unique history and culture.

Scottsdale Visitor Information

Scottsdale, Arizona is known as “South Beach in the Desert,” with its gorgeous desert landscapes, bustling business district, elegant shops, and high-end eateries. It is a place of sunshine, sophistication, and self-indulgence. You can enjoy a round of golf, a relaxing massage, a mud bath spa, and a hike through the desert, all in one day.

In June, July, and August, the temperature regularly tops 100 degrees Fahrenheit, but the winter months are much milder—a sunny 70 degrees on average.

The gorgeous Sonoran desert contains a variety of unique and fascinating flora, including the famous saguaro and organ pipe cactus, various agave plants, creosote brush, prickly pear, desert sunflower, and numerous members of the palm family.

Scottsdale’s Kierland Commons, an upscale shopping experience for discriminating buyers, and the Main Street Arts District, featuring many unique shops carrying sundry wares, draw countless visitors every week. Consumers can browse for hours without seeing the same item twice, so diverse and interesting are the shops.

Sign up for a conference in Scottsdale, and enjoy the soothing heat of the Arizona countryside as well as the air-conditioned elegance of Scottsdale’s downtown district. You can learn more about Scottsdale and the surrounding Phoenix area here.

Why should you attend?

Arizona’s desert landscape and Main Street’s upscale elegance stand in sharp contrast, but together they provide visitors with a wide variety of activities and diversions. When you are not enjoying the desert or the downtown shopping district, you can take advantage of one of our conferences numerous opportunities for professional growth and networking.

The events provide attendees with access to instruction in the most advanced techniques and innovative concepts, all presented by some of the most influential medical professionals in the world. Besides getting a world-class education from innovative thinkers, you get to interact and connect with other conference attendees, many of whom are themselves industry experts. Don’t miss the opportunity to meet and make acquaintance with leading medical professionals. At our Scottsdale CME Conferences, you can earn radiology CME credits and enjoy some time under the Arizona sun!