The NorthEast Cerebrovascular Consortium (NECC)

Dedicated to Improving Stroke Systems of Care Across the Northeast


The NorthEast Cerebrovascular Consortium (NECC) was established as an independent organization in 2006 to improve stroke care in an 8-state region (Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New York, and New Jersey). The NECC improves care and reduces disparities across the northeast region through collaboration, coordination and dissemination of best practices within the stroke systems of care.

Claiming CME/CEU Credits:

Instructions were distributed at the conference. Please completed your evaluation to claim your credit at your earliest convince.  We recommend that you claim your CME/CE credit within 30 days of the event.  The deadline to claim AMA, ANCC and CAPCE credit for this conference is April 21, 2017. Once the claim periods close you will not be able to claim your credit.  If you have any difficulty with the instructions below, please call the customer service number to speak to a representative.  

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2015 Summit Attendees said...

“The NECC was truly a terrific conference. It was well worth the time invested and I took away many practical ideas to apply at my stroke center.”

“Knowledgeable and engaging speakers, the most current evidence for best practice, and a wide range of relevant topics made this conference a winner!”

“The summit is the place to come to learn about the latest and greatest advances in the field of Stroke prevention, treatment and to meet some of the greatest minds in the field.”

“By far, one of the best conferences that I have attended! I paid out of pocket and feel that it was money well spent.”

“Great speakers, wonderful learning opportunity. Great vendors, learned a lot. will definitely return next year.”

“The conference offered a lot of valuable information that I can use in my practice. I would also encourage people from other departments to attend.”

The NECC 2006 Through Today