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The 2016 CCSNMMI Fall Education Program is taking place October 15th and 16th at the Crystal Mountain Resort in Thompsonville, Michigan.  Crystal Mountain is the Midwest’s premier four-season, family resort. Located in northwest lower Michigan, Crystal Mountain is a family-owned ski, golf and spa resort, 28 miles southwest of Traverse City.

Crystal Mountain features 50 downhill slopes, 36 holes of championship golf, 30km of cross-country skiing, 250+ guest rooms, the award-winning Crystal Spa, Michigan Legacy Art Park, and IACC-approved conference facilities. Amenities include an award-winning golf school, restaurants, indoor pool, fitness center, outdoor pool and water playground, Michigan’s only alpine slide, rope and zip line course, climbing wall, mountain biking, tennis courts, disc golf, retail shops and more.

Located near Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore, Crystal Mountain guests enjoy an abundance of northern Michigan activities including kayaking, canoe trips, tubing trips, charter boat fishing, Lake Michigan beaches, lighthouses, wineries, and much more. A destination experience, Crystal Spa is the 18,500-square-foot, LEED-Certified oasis at the heart of Crystal. From Swedish massage, aromatherapy baths and body wraps, to facials, manicures and pedicures, Crystal Spa offers a wide range of treatments. As the first four-season resort to reach Green Lodging Michigan’s Leader level of environmental stewardship, we are at the forefront of Michigan’s resort industry in being good stewards of our land, water and air.  Sounds good, doesn’t it!  Register Today!

While you are there, get in a little education.  The leaves are changing.  The fields of nuclear medicine and molecular imaging are changing.  Join us to find out how you can change your work practices to change a patient’s life.

The 2016 CCSNMMI Fall Educational Symposium is designed to satisfy continuing education needs for technologists, physicians, and scientists working in the fields of nuclear medicine and molecular imaging, in a beautiful peak autumn setting.  We offer a diverse program, encompassing topics in practice requirements and logistics, and updates in the fields of heart failure, multimodality imaging, and musculoskeletal imaging.

Don’t forget to register for our Saturday evening social event will be a campfire with your fellow attendees.  Join us for hot chocolate, cider, s’mores and great conversation! For complete program information, click here.  Interested in being an exhibitor or sponsor?  Click here for information or contact us at 630/428-3877.