Why LifeLinc?

LifeLinc Anesthesia has emerged as one of the top, comprehensive anesthesia management providers in the country. Since 2003, LifeLinc has centered its mission on "Changing the Status Quo" of healthcare through innovative solutions and excellent clinical quality. We recognize that an exceptional anesthesia team enhances patient safety and experience. This is why we enable our providers to serve as leaders in the perioperative setting, maximizing their potential and fostering long-term employment relationships.

LifeLinc’s educational arm, LifeLinc Academy was founded as part of our mission: changing the status quo of healthcare. The program consists of on-site clinical training for LifeLinc's providers to optimize the skills necessary to practice autonomously and attain CME credits in the process. In addition, LifeLinc Academy hosts CME conferences for external providers with curriculum consisting of ultrasound guided regional anesthesia (USGRA), transesophogreal echocardiogram (TEE), best billing practices, and the business of anesthesia. It is LifeLinc’s goal to provide excellence in patient care through innovative solutions. By educating anesthesia providers on emerging techniques, LifeLinc Academy is able to support this mission. 

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Leadership matters. In the ever-evolving landscape of healthcare, it’s paramount for clinicians to be empowered with leadership skills they can apply in their day-to-day environment. As part of LifeLinc’s comprehensive management service, we strive to create a culture of leadership in our partnering facilities. Our goal is for our clinicians to be leaders not only in the OR, but throughout the perioperative process. With this goal in mind, LifeLinc established the LEAP Clinical Leadership Training Program. 

The LEAP program addresses leadership topics such as: self and team leadership, mentoring and coaching, financial literacy, quality and performance improvement, strategic planning, healthcare law, and project management. The program requires a six-month time commitment from attendees, composed of three in-person training retreats, online learning modules, assigned readings and group activities.