Custom Courses

Would you like Hospital Procedures Consultants to customize a course for you and bring it to your institution?

Please contact us by email or phone to discuss any custom courses.  We can work with your group/institution to customize any course to meet your needs and bring our course to you!

email:  custservice@hospitalprocedures.org

phone: 805-339-0225

Testimonials from Prior Custom Courses

March 2012 Custom Course - Valley Emergency Physicians: Long Beach, California

"Excellent all around.  Good learning atmosphere for everyone to feel comfortable asking questions and for whatever help needed."

- Randall S. Raun, M.D.

May 2015 Custom Course - Physicians Inpatient Care Specialists: Hanover, Maryland

"I definitely accomplished my goals and much more--I must have done a hundred intubations (as I had hoped).  But I am happy to report that I got much more out of the day--specifically, suggestions new to me on airway management AND the bonus chance to practice and improve ultrasound access for central lines.  You and Rick gave the necessary information and instructions clearly and concisely without super-saturating or boring us--not so easy to pull off. 

What was especially wonderful is that I had the opportunity to DO the procedures repeatedly in a comfortable supportive atmosphere, thanks to your and Rick's instructive and supportive teaching styles.  I had time--and gentle encouragement-- enough to repeat things to the point of exhaustion of need, and--importantly--to the point of confidence. The fact that every participant (including me) felt that he/she had time, knowledge, and support enough to feel satiated even minutes before the official close is wonderful."
- Winifred Chamber, M.D.
September 2016 Custom Course - Physicians Inpatient Care Specialists: Hanover, Maryland
"Amazing.  Will change the way I practice.  One of the best uses of my time in years."
- Anonymous
August 2016 - City of Hope - Comprehensive Cancer Center: Duarte, California
"The course was informative and helpful.  It should become a routine part of orientation for new health care providers when starting."
- Oliver Eng, M.D.