The Addiction Health Summit is an annual two and a half day conference that brings together like-minded people from a variety of addiction arenas – physicians, professionals, policy makers, advocates, friends-of-recovery and people-in-recovery. Blending medical and professional education with real-world recovery experience and fellowship, our aim is to serve, unite and synergize, while enjoying our time together!
ADDICTION HEALTH SUMMIT
The Florida Society of Addiction Medicine (FSAM) was founded in 1986 by dedicated physicians who were passionate about advancing the art and science of addiction prevention and treatment. FSAM was incorporated on June 13, 1990 is a 501C3 non-profit.
The Florida Medical Professionals Group (FMPG) is a special interest recovery group that has been providing a safe space and support for impaired health care professionals and their families for over three decades. FMPG is unique in its mission to provide support, resources, training, and meetings to those medical professionals and their families who are on the path to recovery from Alcoholism, Substance Abuse, and Chemical Dependency.
Would You Like to Make a Donation for this Program?
Would You Like to Make a Donation to FSAM & FMPG? We accept tax deductible donations and make the funds available to participants in need of financial assistance. You may make a donation during the online registration process. Our scholarship fund goal for 2019 is $3,000!
What Past Attendees have to say about AHS
Alexis Polles, MD
I have enjoyed both attending and presenting at the AHS. The atmosphere is relaxed and congenial, making learning about cutting edge practices in addiction and its treatment easy and enjoyable. One of my favorite conferences!
Wendy Coughlin, PhD
As a person in longterm recovery and an addiction specialist, this is my go-to conference. The Addiction Health Summit meets my professional to understand the science of addiction while providing fellowship with like-minded, compassionate colleagues.
Jason B. Fields MD, FASAM, President of the Florida Society of Addiction Medicine
I have been attending annually since 2009 and I have greatly benefitted from the blend of science and recovery offered by this premier Florida addiction medicine conference. I love seeing recovering health professionals back at work and coming together annually to share their experience, strength and hope. This conference has it all and I look forward to it every year!
Lin May, DDS. President of the Florida Medical Professionals Group
I have attended the addiction Health Summit every year since 2008. It is an integral part of my addiction continuing education, fellowship and recovery. There are always very interesting speakers and topics which are presented. It seems like the conference just keeps getting better and better every year. It is definitely one of the best addiction conferences in the country! I’ll keep coming back!
CME Approved, 13.5 Credits Available
This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the accreditation requirements and policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education through the joint providership of the Florida Medical Association and Florida Society of Addiction Medicine/Florida Medical Professionals Group. The Florida Medical Association is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
The Florida Medical Association designates this live activity for a maximum of 13.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
The planners and speakers for this activity disclosed no financial relationships with commercial interests whose products or services have a direct bearing on the subject matter of these presentations.
CEU Approved, 13.5 Credits Available
Continuing education credits are approved through DACCO Behavioral Health (Drug Abuse Comprehensive Coordinating Office), which is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) and licensed by the Florida Department of Children and Families for our outstanding Drug and Alcohol Treatment Programs and Prevention Programs. A maximum of 13.5 CEU credits can be earned.