IPC The Hospitalist Company Physician Leaders Presenting at the Society of Hospital Medicine’s 2013 Conference

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IPC The Hospitalist Company, Inc. (Nasdaq: IPCM), a leading national physician group practice company, today announced that five of its hospitalist physician leaders will be presenting four sessions at the Society of Hospital Medicine’s (SHM) 2013 Hospital Medicine conference, held May 16-19, 2013 in National Harbor, Maryland. The conference is the largest national conference focused exclusively on hospital medicine.

“IPC physician leaders will be presenting each day of the Hospital Medicine conference,” said Kerry Weiner, M.D., Chief Medical Officer of IPC. “These sessions provide hospitalists the opportunity to develop core leadership skills that will prove essential to bettering hospital performance and further aligning hospitalists with the goals of their facilities.”

Sessions include:

IPC The Hospitalist Company, Inc. (Nasdaq: IPCM) is a leading physician group practice company focused on the delivery of hospitalist medicine and related facility-based services. IPC’s physicians and affiliated providers practice in hospitals or other inpatient facilities, including acute, post-acute and long-term care settings. The Company offers its providers the comprehensive training, information technology, and management support systems necessary to improve the quality and reduce the cost of patient care in the facilities it serves. For more information, visit the IPC website at .

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