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Covid-19 Response

Due to COVID-19 pandemic we, as most of us, have had to adapt to our changing environment. We have temporarily postponed our monthly workshops until June 2020. We are also holding off on any offsite custom training sessions until June. Our team is doing our part in assisting in flattening the curve through social distancing. We do not want to put our students or our live pregnant patients at risk. Nor do we want to risk any potential transmission of COVID-19 through our interactions at offsite training locations. We hope and pray that we are on the backside of this pandemic sooner than later. We especially are praying for health, safety and perseverance for all medical practitioners caring for patients at this unprecedented time. As of now we hope to have our June courses both in Monterey, CA and in Asheville, NC take place. We are accepting registration for the remaining course calendar dates as of this time. Know that our class size is small. We only accept 4 students per class. If you register and the course is postponed due to COVID-19 restriction’s we will work with you on securing an appropriate date for you to attend the course. If you are interested in a custom training at your facility we would love to give you a quote and set a future date this year to train you practitioners.

We are passionate about the advancement of ultrasound in medicine and are committed to providing a clear and practical approach to learning. Through the adaption to our current situation we have created a dynamic virtual interactive training solution for practitioners wanting to learn ObGyn ultrasound. We have combined online lecture and video scanning demonstrations on demand with live one on one video conferencing training. For more information on this offering click here. From our team to yours we wish everyone health and safety.

Resources:

The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG): Novel Coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19)
Practice Advisory – April 2020