Palmer to start Year I of ICA’s Diplomate in Pediatrics in the Spring in Arlington, Virginia and San Jose, California
If you are interested in learning more about how to care for children, you should consider getting Board Certified in Pediatrics. The ICA/Palmer program has graduated doctors who are now highly in demand by consumers, as well as their colleagues. The DICCP credential not only means these doctors are Board Certified, but that they have a reputation for excellence and are being sought out for consultation, by review boards, and as instructors and speakers.
Year I is scheduled to start in Arlington, Virginia, March 13th, and in San Jose on April 3rd. The program is a mix of online and on-site sessions and is administered by the Palmer Institute. This modern method of learning enables the doctor to spend less time away from home and allows him/her to study and to review the coursework and complete the tests online when it is most convenient for them. The program is not just a number of independent modules on various topics or techniques, but is carefully developed and structured so that doctors get a solid foundation in pediatrics with one session leading up to the next.
To enroll, contact Tricia at the Palmer Institute at 1-800-452-5032. Pediatric Council members get a 10% discount on tuition. To become a Council member, call ICA at 1-800-423-4690.