SPECIFICALLY DESIGNED FOR
School prepared you academically, but are you prepared to be the provider in the room with a patient one-on-one?
Get the tools you need to know how to accurately diagnose, treat and watch out for red flags.
Considering moving to primary or urgent care after a few years in a specialty?
Get the refresher you need to diagnose and treat common cases you don’t often see in your specialty.
“Approach to the patient with…”
Become a pro in the exam room.
- Apply knowledge learned in school to diagnose and treat with confidence.
- Learn the red flags to watch out for.
- We give away the documentation template you need to keep your charting on point.
Our lectures include the following (Click to View All Lectures):
- Approach to the patient with a Headache
- Approach to the patient with Upper GI pain
- Approach to the patient with Lower GI Pain
- Approach t the patient with Back pain
- Approach to the patient with Neck pain
We Don’t Just Teach
We Practice What We Preach
We get it. We see patients every day. In our primary care practice, EG Healthcare, our NPs take care of over 20,000 patients. So we know EXACTLY what it feels like to be in your shoes, and we designed this program directly from our experience in the real world.
Efrat LaMandre owns and operates her Medical practice, EG Healthcare, which provides pediatric, adult, and geriatric care to over 20,000 patients. Dr. E is co-chair of the Staten Island Hospital Board of Trustees. She serves as the President of the Nurse Practitioner Association State Board.
Gina LaMandre PA-C is a professor and coordinator of Didactic Education at Monmouth University for the physician assistant program. In addition to teaching Physician Assistant, she is also a frequent guest lecturer for the nurse practitioner program at Wagner College. Prior to her position at Monmouth University, she was the director of clinical education for one of the largest PA programs in the country, at Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences. Clinically she worked at Robert Wood Johnson Emergency Department for ten years and in a Community Health Clinic for the Underserved Population for 6 years.