Hospital Procedure Consultants

Our Hospitalist Procedures and Emergency Procedures Courses are ideal for all physicians and midlevel providers practicing hospital medicine or emergency medicine. HPC conferences are ACCME-accredited courses that provide 17 hours of CME Credit and 16 hours of Trauma CME credit.


CLICK HERE for NPs, PAs, Residents, Students or Military to SAVE $200 ON COURSE


Why Choose HPC?

HPC is the ONLY company offering a COMPREHENSIVE Hospitalist and Emergency Procedures CME Course that includes ALL the following:

  1. We offer the best and most comprehensive hospital procedures CME course at the most affordable price
  2. We have THREE INSTRUCTORS at all of our comprehensive hospital procedures CME courses (12:1 student to faculty ratio)
  3. We are the creators and former lead instructors of the Hospitalist Procedures Course and the Emergency Procedures Course for the National Procedures Institute.  
  4. Dr. Esherick is the Co-Director of the Society of Hospital Medicine Precourse "Medical Procedures for Hospitalists"
  5. We are full-time physicians practicing in the ER, ICU, and hospital wards
  6. We have over 15 years ofnational experience teaching hospital and emergency procedures.
  7. We have published books, an iPhone App, reference cards, and medical videos about Hospital Procedures.
  8. Our course provides 17 hours of Category 1 CME credit and 16 hours of Trauma CME credit.
  9. Every student receives FREE copies of the Tarascon Medical Procedures Pocketbook and an HPC Procedural Reference Card
  10. We use only advanced simulation manikins to best simulate performing these procedures on humans. We do NOT use animal cadavers.
  11. Our courses provide 4 hours of HANDS-ON ultrasound training in diagnostic ultrasound (including E-FAST and RUSH exams) and ultrasound guided procedures, which is comparable to most dedicated ultrasound courses.
  12. Our courses include hands-on skills labs in arterial line placement, ultrasound-guided thoracentesis, lumbar puncture and paracentesis, and needle decompression which is often lacking in other courses.
  13. Our course teaches you not only how to do these procedures, but also how to use the information gained from these procedures for clinical management:  interpreting fluid analysis, hemodynamic monitoring, ultrasound guidance for hypotension management, and ventilator management
  14. Once our student always our student. We will forever be available to our students for any procedural question or problem.
  15. We provide you with a 2 GB USB Flash Drive preloaded with all of our lectures, video trailers, and procedure articles so you can always have our course at your fingertips in the hospital!
  16. Every student gets complimentary access to ALL 21 FULL-LENGTH PROCEDURAL VIDEOS for two weeks!


Instructions on how to access the Education Section and the purchased videos 

Please "Login" to your account, then click on "Account" and then visit "My Resources" to find the Education Section and all purchased videos

Hospital Procedures Latest Blogs

Assessment, Diagnosis, and Management of Childhood Concussions

Childhood concussions related to contact sports is an extremely common problem. More information has surfaced about long-term cognitive impairment after repeated concussions in adults who are allowed to resume contact sports too early. Children are even more vulnerable than adults. Look for the red flags as outlined in box. Thus, these new guidelines by the Ontario Neurotrauma foundation are critical for physicians to follow

published: Aug 20, 2014

Managing Patients with a Submassive Pulmonary Embolism (PE)

It is unequivocal that systemic thrombolysis is indicated for massive PE associated with obstructive shock. What is less clear is how to manage the patients with a submassive PE. This meta-analysis concludes that thrombolysis is associated with a lower all-cause mortality but an increased risk of major bleeding including intracranial hemorrhage.

published: Aug 19, 2014

Study Shows Interesting Results on Mild Hypothermia Treatment for Comatose Survivors

Mild hypothermia is standard of care for comatose survivors after cardiac arrest. Now there is new evidence that survivors of PEA arrest do better neurologically compared with survivors of VF/VT arrests. A retrospective, single-center study shows comatose survivors with shockable rhythms have better outcomes after mild hypothermia treatment than those with nonshockable rhythms.

published: Aug 14, 2014

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