About Project ECHO Nevada

Innovative Telehealth for Nevada Communities

Evan Klass M.D. is associate dean, Office of Statewide Initiatives and associate professor, Dept. of Internal Medicine. In this video, Dr. Klass talks about his experience moving to a community that is facing a doctor shortage, and how Project ECHO Nevada was born.

How Does Project ECHO Benefit Nevada?

Purpose Statement: 

The purpose of Project ECHO Nevada is to expand the capacity of health professionals to effectively treat chronic, common, and complex health conditions in underserved populations throughout Nevada.

To view the current listing of ECHO clinics visit our Clinics page.

Who Can Participate in Project ECHO Nevada?

  • Project ECHO clinics are open to primary care providers at all levels and include CME/CE for participants who complete the evaluation form after each clinic.
  • University-based faculty specialists and community specialists are being recruited to lead clinics in a variety of disease states.
  • Via the NSHE telecommunications backbone, connectivity to Project ECHO Nevada will be available to any community and provider desiring to participate.

Click here to view the 2019 Annual Report for Project ECHO Nevada