TeachU Launches New Website to Assist Medical Professionals with Presentation Preparation

Share Article

TeachU, a national leader in business development consulting, announces the formation of a new subsidiary to assist medical professionals with the creation of medical presentations.

Chris Reich of TeachU works hard to support the growth of businesses throughout the U.S.

Chris Reich, CEO of TeachU

We have the experience and talent depth to meet the need and have been able to assist a number of high profile doctors make great presentations.

TeachU, a leading national business development consultancy firm, is happy to announce the formation of a new subsidiary and website to serve the medical community. The new website is MedicalPresentationHelp.com and was formed to assist busy medical professionals with the design and creation of medical presentations.

"The medical community has frequent need to make presentations that can sometimes be rather technical. The problem is, most medical professionals are very busy and do not have time to create presentations for conferences or grand rounds. To date, no service has been available to assist with the creation of medical presentations because it requires quick thinking and an ability to gather supplementary technical information. We have the experience and talent depth to meet the need and have been able to assist a number of high profile doctors make great presentations," writes Chris Reich of this new venture.

MedicalPresentationHelp.com will assist with the creation of presentation. Additionally, the company can send an assistant to work directly with the medical presenter. This service is not offered elsewhere. From a quick review of a presentation to creation of a medical presentation to help delivering a medical presentation, this new service is there to help.

Medical professionals in need of assistance with a medical presentation are encouraged to visit the company's website at http://www.MedicalPresentationHelp.com.

Chris Reich can be reached for interview or comment at: (530) 467-5690.

Share article on social media or email:

View article via:

Pdf Print

Contact Author

Chris Reich
TeachU
(530) 467-5690
Email >
Follow us on
Visit website