Presbyterian ECHO™ clinics are sub-programs of the Project ECHO model™. Project ECHO (Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes) is a movement to spread knowledge and increase local access to best practice care for underserved people throughout the world. The program aims to establish and promote a robust knowledge network that builds community-based primary care capacity.
About Presbyterian ECHO
Presbyterian ECHO clinics are available to all healthcare professionals interested in improving their knowledge or ability to provide prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of various health conditions. Participation is free.
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Dan Duhigg, DO
ECHO Replication Site Liaison
Sabrina Lord, MHA
Behavioral Health Clinic Coordinator
Primary Cares Clinic Coordinator