Primary Care Procedure Orientation

All workshops are taught by practicing providers and include quality handouts to take home for future reference. Our small groups allow you plenty of time to perfect these skills, you will leave the workshop feeling confident performing them.

This two-day course combines didactic learning and hands-on skills training, covering commonly performed primary care and walk-in clinic procedures. After our course you take home the suture pad and laceration kit. This activity has been approved for 14 hours of AMA Category 1 CME credit.

Day One

  • Local anesthesia
  • Skin lesions and foreign bodies
  • Skin and nail infections
  • Laceration management

Day Two

  • Evaluation and management of common eye complaints
  • Ear, nose and throat problems
  • Performing pelvic and rectal examinations
  • Orthopedic evaluation and management
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  • Local anesthesia and digital block
  • Nail trephination and paronychia drainage
  • Suturing and staple closure
  • Abscess I&D
  • Skin lesion removal
  • Superficial foreign body removal

 

 

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  • Fluorescein eye exam
  • Eyelid eversion and FB removal
  • Nasal foreign body removal & Epistaxis management
  • External auditory canal foreign body removal
  • Embedded fish hook removal
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  • Pelvic exam with bimanual & PAP
  • DRE
  • Upper & lower extremity joint evaluation and splinting
  • Nursemaid’s elbow reduction
  • Basic wound care