Locations & Training Dates
Choose the Palliative Care Leadership Center that’s right for you. Whatever your setting or stage of program development and growth, there′s a PCLC to address your specific needs.
The Pallative Care Leadership Centers™—selected via a highly competitive evaluation process—are located at major institutions nationwide. Each meets the highest standards of clinical excellence, outstanding leadership, reputation, and experience. Each relies on CAPC’s proprietary tools and proven training methods. And each offers a unique experience for palliative care programs of every setting, size, and stage.
How do you choose? Most attendees base their decision on a variety of factors, including care setting, geographic location, in-person training dates, and curriculum focus.
You begin by choosing your two-day strategic planning and training retreat. Note that during the Covid-19 pandemic, PCLCs may offer you a virtual option. Please discuss this when you speak with the PCLC of your choice.
An early adopter and national leader in delivering quality hospice services, Bluegrass is a pioneer in developing new program models that respond to the evolving needs of seriously ill patients and their families . It also has a rich history of exploring models that are both high quality and financially sustainable. . . .
- Sep 7–8, 2021
- Nov 10–11, 2021
With program longevity of 18 years, and the early development of clinics, the program at Fairview is part of a large nonprofit health care system working in hospitals, primary and specialty clinics, home care, hospice, and senior services. It has a strong focus on rural and community hospitals . . .
- Sep 13–14, 2021
- Oct 11–12, 2021
Mount Carmel was one of the first PCLCs and has trained over 175 teams. Its hospice services and palliative care services are provided in acute palliative care units, consultatively across all hospitals, and in the community, from private residences to long-term care facilities and more . . .
The largest integrated health system in New York State, based on patient revenue, and the 14th-largest health care system in the United States. Inpatient palliative care teams, outpatient practices, and post-acute services are fully integrated to deliver care across the system . . .
- Sep 22–24, 2021
A not-for-profit health care system with a focus on community-based palliative care. In addition to its nine hospitals, Presbyterian’s system includes a multi-specialty medical group and a statewide health plan. The system is also known nationally for integrating health care financing and delivery . . .
- Sep 30–Oct 14, 2021
- Oct 20–21, 2021
A mature program with a large scope, breadth of expertise, and diverse patient populations. Provides services that include inpatient consultations at three hospitals and inpatient palliative care units; and community-based palliative care services, such as a supportive care and survivorship clinic and telehealth research program . . .
- Oct 27–28, 2021
- Dec 7–8, 2021
A palliative care inpatient consult service and an outpatient clinic in an academic medical center with hospitalist leadership. UCSF also specializes in pediatrics and palliative care in the home and assisted living . . .
- Oct 4–5, 2021
- Oct 18–19, 2021
- Dec 6–7, 2021
UVA’s extensive palliative care program includes an office based palliative care clinic associated with an inpatient consultation service, as well as home and inpatient hospices. It has a large outpatient service embedded in both the oncology and heart-failure clinics. It is also a leader in EMR integration. . . .
A statewide safety-net hospital and Level 1 trauma center with palliative care services, including a palliative care unit, inpatient consultation, and an outpatient supportive care clinic. The inpatient consultative service provides care for patients in all of VCU’s clinical spaces, including acute care medicine, the emergency department, surgery, trauma, and intensive care units . . .
- Sep 23–24, 2021
- Nov 18–19, 2021