Save the Date

 44th Annual Meeting
July 10-13, 2024
Coeur D’Alene, ID

Plan to join us as at the 44th Annual Meeting
of the Rocky Mountain Vascular Society
at the Coeur d’Alene Resort in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho
from July 10-13, 2024.

About Coeur d’Alene

There are more than 55 lakes within easy driving distance of Coeur d’Alene, but none more scenic and full of activities than Lake Coeur d’Alene itself. For the Presidents dinner on July 9th we will be going on a lake cruise.


Registration for the 44th Annual Meeting is now open!


  • Active Member: $350
  • Non-MD Member: $250
  • Spouse Guest: $150
  • Senior Member: $200
  • Non-Member Physician: $425
  • Allied Healthcare Professional: $250
  • Residents and Medical Students: N/C
  • Presidential Dinner Cruise Tickets: $150

2024 Program Outline

The 2024 annual meeting program is now available.

Things To Do in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho


The Rocky Mountain Vascular Society extends its appreciation to our industry partners for their generous contributions towards our program.

Exhibit tables are a highlight of the breakfast and coffee breaks where companies network with the membership.

One of the highlights of our event is the exclusive Industry Update Session, scheduled from 7:30 to 8:30 am. During this session, our exhibitors and sponsors have the invaluable opportunity to take the stage and showcase their latest innovations in devices and therapeutic solutions for patients. It’s a prime moment for surgeons to stay informed about cutting-edge developments.

All participating companies are expected to present, with the option to include slides in their presentation. This is your chance to make a lasting impression and connect directly with our esteemed audience.

Please use this prospectus to learn more about sponsorship levels and exhibit hours. All companies are required to reserve at table using the contract and then you have the option to pay using credit card below or mail in a check. All exhibit fees must be paid by July 1.

Industry Partners will also have an opportunity to join the fun on the Lake Cruise Friday, July 12, 2024 from 7-9pm. Everyone must purchase tickets at registration for $150 per person.

Hotel Reservation Information

Coeur d’Alene Golf & Spa Resort
115 S. 2nd St.
PO Box 4650
Coeur d’Alene, Idaho 83814

Guest Room Rates

We are pleased to confirm the following single or double occupancy rooms for your event here at The Coeur d’Alene Resort:

Individual reservations can be made by calling Hotel’s Reservation Department at 888-965-6542. All reservations must be accompanied by a non-refundable deposit equal to the first night’s room, tax and surcharges. Cash, check or credit card is accepted for prepayment. It is understood that cancellations by individual attendees are subject to a cancellation fee equal to one night’s payment.

Individual Cancellations

Guests can change or cancel reservations up to 14 days prior to arrival to avoid a forfeiture of deposit. If a change or cancellation is made within 14 days prior to arrival, the first night’s room and tax deposit on file will not be refunded.

Early Departure and No-Show Policy

Early check-outs must be confirmed at the time of check-in. Changes made after that time are subject to a $75.00 change fee. If this is not communicated, the group master account or guest credit card will be charged.

Cut-Off Date

The hotel block closes on June 7th. After this date, rooms not covered by a rooming list or individual reservations shall be released from Group’s room block for general sale. Should the room block be filled prior to the Cut Off Date, any additional room requests will be negotiated on a space and/or rate available basis. Hotel may continue to accept reservations from Group’s attendees after the Cut Off Date at the prevailing room rate, subject to availability. Any inquiries regarding housing can be made by contacting heather@surgicalcs.com.

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Fly Fishing in the Deer Valley

Park City area is a wonderful summertime fishing experience. Enjoy nature while casting for the local catch in either the Green River, the Provo River, the Weber River, or other nearby streams! New to fly fishing or looking for some equipment tips? With numerous outfitters and tour guides in the area, everything you need for a great Utah fly fishing adventure is right here at your fingertips.

Horseback Riding in the Backcountry of Park City

Deer Valley allows you to take in the sites and sounds of nature and what better way to do it but on horseback. Choose to enjoy a professional or self-guided horseback tour of the Wasatch Mountains on your next Deer Valley – Park City Utah area vacation.

Hiking & Scenic Chairlifts

Deer Valley has amazing hiking trails to explore! Conveniently located trailheads and state of the art chairlifts make accessing beautiful wilderness areas simple and fun. Many Deer Valley hiking trails are for hikers only and can be accessed by riding up the Silver Lake Express chairlift from the base and even more trails on top of Bald Mountain. If you choose to hike up from the base you can enjoy a complimentary chairlift ride down!

Looking to just take the scenery in as you pass by? Check out Deer Valley’s scenic chairlifts to get out into nature with ease.

Travel Information

Salt Lake City International Airport services most major airline carriers and is approximately 38 miles (40-45 minute drive) to Deer Valley, UT.

Car rentals are readily available via major car rental agencies (Avis, Budget, Hertz, Enterprise, etc.), although securing reservations in advance is suggested, as July is a popular month for vacationers.

A quick Google and Yelp Search listed many Shuttle Services available from Salt Lake to Park City and Deer Valley.


Continuing Education (CE) credits are available for the RMVS 2023 Annual Meeting.

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