Sharon Ehrmeyer, Ph.D., MT(ASCP)


SEPTEMBER 20, 2006

The Gettysburg Hospital, Community Room A
147 Gettys Street, Gettysburg, PA 17316-0786 717-337-4120

Host: Cindy Graves  MLT(ASCP) MT (HHS), Point of Care Coordinator
Gettysburg Hospital

8:30am Registration and Continental Breakfast

Introduction & Opening Remarks Beverly McAllister, MS, MT(ASCP)SC


“What’s New:  CAP and JCAHO POCT Regulations”
Sharon Ehrmeyer, Ph.D., MT(ASCP), Professor, Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, Director, MT/CLS

10:30am Questions/Answers and break
10:45am KEYPOCC Business Meeting
11:30am Lunch and vendor fair


CAP Audio Presentation: “Inspecting Point-of-Care Testing”


Final discussions or questions - Adjournment


  • The Gettysburg Hospital is located at147 Gettys Street, Gettysburg, PA   17325

  • From the Emergency Room Driveway, parking is directly in front of the Christian H. Musselman Annex which is to the left of the Emma G. Musselman Building.  Visit for directions.

  • The meeting will be held in Community Room A, first room on the left as you enter the Christian H. Musselman Annex.

  • Meeting will be limited to 50 people, so please register early to secure a seat.


  • By Email to:

  • For more information contact: Cindy Graves at 717-337-4120 ext. 5468

  • Registration Fee: $10.00 for Non-KEYPOCC members

About the Speaker

Dr. Sharon Ehrmeyer is a Professor of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine and Director of the CLS Program at the University of Wisconsin Medical School in Madison, WI.  Her research interests focus on laboratory and POCT quality issues including the impact of laboratory regulations on testing practices.  She has written numerous journal, web-based articles and book chapters and has presented these interests nationally and internationally.  Dr. Ehrmeyer recently completed two terms on CLSI (NCCLS) Board of Directors.  She currently chairs AACC’s Government Relations Committee, serves on JCAHO’s Professional/Technical Advisory Committee, ASCP’s Board of Governors and is the Regulatory Affairs section editor for Point of Care, the journal of near patient testing and technology.

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