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Emergency Consultants Inc. switches to Learn.com to deliver Continuing Medical Education (CME) courses to physicians
Date:4/29/2009

es based in a variety of hospital emergency rooms and urgent care clinics. They offer a multitude of emergency medical training courses, emergency department administrative courses, and numerous risk management courses.

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