Pocus Preceptor


Core features:

  • 20% Discount for medtigo Connect members
  • In-House Hands-On Ultrasound training
  • The employees at Pocus Preceptor will come to your shop, analyze your needs, and create a tailored, hands-on training program.
  • They will provide documentation to support credentialing at your institution
  • Pocus Preceptor not only provides hands-on training but will provide image review of obtained ultrasounds and provide feedback

POCUS Preceptor


medtigo has partnered with The POCUS Preceptor to bring our members discounted hands-on POCUS training. Their services offer human model-based, hands-on ultrasound training at your home institution, ultrasound program development consultancy and ongoing remote quality assurance and image review.

Please see below for discounted rates
Individual Ultrasound Training Preceptorship:

Full Day – $1600
Half Day – $1,000
Each additional trainee (max 3) – $360


  • It is my true pleasure to testify to the quality of the service I have experienced with medtigo over the past 8 months as a Pulmonary/Critical Care physician and to work with them. Everyone I was ever in contact with has been nothing but kind, accommodating, capable, prompt, approachable, respectful, professional and a treat to talk to. I am happy they were recommended to me by a well-known colleague and friend in my specialty. I made the move to contact them and became part of their providers’ team. While being a bit different from the traditional Locums companies and operating in a little unalike way, they are quite well-run and a very orchestrated company that cares about their providers. Without doubt or hesitation, I would (and indeed have on quite few occasions already) recommended them to other physicians. Thank you for giving me the opportunity to work with you.

    Polina Inkoulova, MD
    Internal Medicine
    Critical Care
  • I enjoy working for medtigo because of the support I have from my coworkers and bosses. Teamwork is the expectation and reality when you work for medtigo. In the midst of a stretch of “black out cloud shifts” and Murphy’s Law colliding, I called my boss and administrative assistant because of concerns regarding my impending return to work. My boss, administrative assistant, and another medtigo colleagues all collaborated to help give me some recovery time to return to work more refreshed. I am grateful to work for a company that takes both my welfare and patient safety so seriously.

    Laura Harrison, MD
    Internal Medicine
  • I have been working in Emergency Medicine for 27 years. For most of my career, I have worked in small, democratic, independent groups, which has been very rewarding. For the past three years, I have been working as a locum tenens doctor for medtigo and these have been the best three years of my career. I have enjoyed working at multiple different ED’s, which have been very welcoming and appreciative of my work. Best of all, I have been compensated at a much higher level than in the past. The medtigo administrative staff has been great in helping me create a flexible schedule that works for me and with all the steps needed to get credentialed at the various hospitals.

    Domenick Sciaruto, MD
    Internal Medicine

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