Where Do I Attend Training?

HCCI’s Essential Elements of Home-Based Primary Care consists of different learning experiences to help you build a successful understanding and career in home-based primary care (HBPC).

Classroom Training
The first step in your home-based primary care (HBPC) education includes 2 days (12 hours) of classroom training at one of eight Centers of Excellence (COE) – leading institutions of higher medical learning around the U.S. As a participant, you are able to choose the training site that best fits your needs. Each COE will offer up to four training sessions during the calendar year, each consisting of 40 participants.

The map below shows the location of our COEs. You can also click on each site to read more about the institution and faculty.

HCCI Centers of Excellence


  Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, Ohio
  Medstar Total Elder Care, Washington, D.C.
  Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, New York, NY
  Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, Chicago, IL
  Truman Schnabel House Calls Program/University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA
  University of Arizona Center on Aging within the College of Medicine, Tucson, AZ
  University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, Fayetteville, AR
  University of California, San Francisco, San Francisco, CA

Mentorship Experience
Following classroom training, you’ll continue learning in a three-month mentorship led by COE and HCCI faculty. You’ll have access to webinars, virtual office hours, and shared learning experiences with your fellow COE classmates. The mentorship is not location dependent. You can access the learning tools from any location.

Mini-Fellowship
Once you’ve completed the mentorship, HCCI will place you with an HCCI Practice Excellence Partner (PEP), where you will have the opportunity to shadow home-based primary care practitioners on visits and in the office. PEPs are located throughout the US. HCCI will work to connect you with a PEP that best resembles your own practice.