San Francisco Marriott Fisherman's Wharf

San Francisco is a prime destination for business travelers and tourists. The San Francisco Marriott Fisherman's Wharf is a stylish hotel that is located near world-famous attractions like AT&T Park, Pier 39, and the Golden Gate Bridge.

Start your day off right at their on-site eatery, Red Fin Restaurant, and relax in the evening while enjoying a cocktail at the Red Fin Lounge. You can spend the afternoon on Fisherman's Wharf, exploring the mysteries of Alcatraz Island, or venturing into Chinatown for a cultural experience. Don't forget to ride San Francisco's world-famous cable cars.

Located just 17 miles from the San Francisco International Airport, the San Francisco Marriott Fisherman's Wharf is in the heart of the action in San Francisco.

RESERVE YOUR ROOM

Rooms can be reserved at our special DOCS group rate of $139/night (not including tax.) 

Cut off date is Oct. 11, 2021

1250 Columbus Avenue, San Francisco, CA, 94133

Pediatric Oral Sedation Dentistry - If you are licensed in a state that requires one (CA) or three (ID, KY, ME, MO, ND, NH, TX) live patient experiences, please contact DOCS Education for more information. 

Advanced Cardiac Life Support Certification - DOCS Education’s ACLS Certification course consists of a pre-course program followed by attendance at a single in-person training day. You will earn 12 CE credit hours and an AHA ACLS card.

 

DOCS Education partners with certain hotels that provide attendees with reduced rates. Contact a DOCS representative for more information.

The seminar will be held at the San Francisco Marriott Fisherman's Wharf.

Rooms can be reserved at our special DOCS group rate of $139/night (not including tax.)

Cut off date is Oct. 11, 2021

RESERVE YOUR ROOM

Valet parking, fee: 62 USD daily

Parking fee excludes tax and includes unlimited in/out privileges - garage height clearance is 6 feet

Did you know that Gold Members can bring one team member and the second team member for free? Contact our Customer Loyalty Representatives (CLR) on how to receive this BOGO deal.

Many states require CE credits before providing nitrous oxide and/or minimal oral sedation, these requirements vary from state to state. Visit Sedation-Regs.com to register for automatic alerts about meeting your requirements and getting your sedation permit. Or, contact DOCS Education and be sure to speak with our Regulatory Counsel at the seminar. After the seminar, access to our Regulatory Counsel becomes an important membership benefit.

An important component of this weekend’s conference is the continuing education credits you earn. DOCS Education is a strong proponent of lifelong education to maintain and refine your knowledge and skills.

Here’s what you need to know about the CE credits you’ll earn:

  1. Within 15 business days, we will email those who complete our Pediatric Oral Sedation Dentistry course a CE letter. We prepare your CE letter to conform to your state’s requirements.
  2. Registrants attending all other courses will be handed a CE letter at the end of class. Our instructors will provide you the necessary course code to fill in.
  3. If you are an Academy of General Dentistry member and would like us to submit your credits to the AGD, please provide your AGD membership number. 
  4. Those registrants who complete our emergency response courses will be mailed their ACLS cards directly from Life Support Services, which conducts the classes on our behalf. For any questions, please see your instructors.

Note: Some states, such as Tennessee, require that the CE letter be provided directly from us to receive proper credit. DOCS submits a copy of your CE letter directly to your state board where that is required. If you have any questions about your state’s specific requirements, please contact J. Kathleen Marcus, J.D, our regulatory counsel. 

If you are licensed in more than one state, please be sure to let us know, so that we can prepare you accordingly. Different states have different requirements (e.g. additional hours, live patient requirements, equipment requirements, etc).

Please contact your Customer Loyalty Representatives (CLR) prior to the course at CLR@docseducation.com.

Casual attire is appropriate for the course. However, due to the sedative nature of the subject matter, we will keep the meeting space air conditioned so that people can stay awake and alert. We recommend that you wear warm clothes or bring a sweater so that you can adjust to your own comfort level.

We look forward to having you join us at our DOCS Education conference this weekend. We’ll be emailing a copy of the DOCS Community Digest to all attendees after the event, so be sure to check your inbox for exclusive conference-only offers.

  • Registration
    • Please be in line for registration by 7:00 AM. Once you have registered you can enjoy breakfast provided by DOCS

  • What time does-do classes start?
     
    • Friday, class will begin at 7:30 AM.
    • Saturday, class will begin at 7:30 AM.
    • You will have mid-day breaks for lunch provided by DOCS.
       
  • When do classes finish?
     
    • Friday end at 5:00 PM
    • Saturday end at 5:00 PM