Vindico Medical Education Launches New Corporate Website

Thorofare, NJ—Vindico Medical Education, a Wyanoke Group company, is pleased to announce the launch of the new and improved

The site features a clean design, with a fixed menu and continuous scroll for easy navigation on any device. New to the Home page is a listing of all upcoming events, linking visitors directly to registration websites or to more information about attendance. The Capabilities page showcases interactive flip boxes that highlight key information about our unique educational offerings as well as our extensive experience with leading health systems, associations, and technology vendors. The News page is home to press releases, white papers, and published posters and articles. Visitors can access our educational tools, COVID-19 updates, and YouTube channel via the Resources page.

“We are excited that the updated website reflects the Vindico brand. Any visitor, learner, grantor, or partner can clearly see who we are and what we do. The clean and modern design showcases our accreditations, accomplishments, capabilities, experienced team, and resources. We now have a home to display all our upcoming live events that will be held in-person and online,” said Robert A. Esgro, Chief Operating Officer, Vindico Medical Education.

For more information regarding Vindico’s new website and capabilities, contact Robert A. Esgro, Chief Operating Officer, at [email protected] or 856.994.9400 ext. 452.


About Vindico Medical Education

Vindico Medical Education is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) Accreditation with Commendation to provide CME for physicians, the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) to provide CE for nurses, and the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE) to provide CE for pharmacists.

Vindico Medical Education is solely dedicated to delivering learner-centered, performance improvement–based interventions, including educational activities, practice tools, and patient education materials, in the US and worldwide. The design of these interventions is based on various learning theories, executed in a manner to address the educational gaps of health care professionals and aimed to improve patient health and experience.