For a limited time you can sign up for a complimentary membership to the Institute of Podiatric Excellence and Development (IPED).  Why should you take advantage of this special offer? For starters, members get a significantly reduced rate to attend our upcoming meeting: “Success Through Synergy,” scheduled for January 5 – 8, 2017 at The Lago Mar Resort and Club, in Fort Lauderdale, FL.

The mission of IPED is to motivate, inspire and synergistically bridge the gap between podiatry students, residents, new practitioners and seasoned veterans. We are committed to matching the enthusiasm of the new practitioners with the experience, support and mentorship of seasoned professionals in the podiatry field. We strongly believe that bringing practitioners of all levels together will instill and renew the energy of podiatric physicians, their practices and their overall wellbeing. There are unique benefits to those at every level of podiatry:

Students—we offer guidance in finding and applying for the best residency program to suit your professional goals as well as help with creating a CV and tips on creating a lasting positive impression in an interview.

Residents and New Practitioners—so many decisions need to be made in the early years of practicing: go out on your own or be part of a group practice, own or rent your space, setting practice goals. Through IPED, you can benefit from the knowledge of experienced physicians who have been in your shoes. We have the tools to help you begin to build a successful practice.

Seasoned Practitioners—everyday brings new compliance rules, coding and documentation requirements and advances in treatment methods. At IPED we are on top of it all and can help you sort out how to abide by the rules while providing the best possible patient care and not losing your personal sanity.

You can apply for membership with IPED online, or for more information contact our Executive Director, Ruth Ann Donahue at: 978-296-7634.

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