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Since WorldLink Medical’s beginning in 1998, we've focused on teaching practitioners the best in bioidentical hormone practices. As the popularity of WorldLink Medical courses grew, our leading educator Neal Rouzier, MD collected new research and complex studies to help practitioners confront BHRT complexities. Our attendees tell us these are the best courses they've ever attended and that the experience at WorldLink is life changing for themselves and their patients. We also knew there was more to keeping patients healthy than hormones, so we committed to offer additional training beyond BHRT focused on helping practitioners to transform patient lives.

Our Vision

Too many people today are treated for chronic diseases that could have been avoided. We seek to build a world that focuses on disease prevention instead of disease management. We imagine a world where healthcare industry leaders actively mentor practitioners who want to master the Science of Medicine and the Art of Caring. We support the development of such a world with structured, interactive learning programs that cause healthful transformations and long-term changes for individuals and communities.


New medical methods are often unaccompanied by the scientific research needed to support those new methods. Our strategic focus on evidence-based medicine is reflected in the deliberate design of our courses that explore research, protocols and practical application through critical analysis and rigorous case study review. This is the Science of Medicine, and it will always guide our curriculum.


Unlike traditional CME learning methods, WorldLink Medical uses interactive learning methods to ensure that attendees gain a comprehensive understanding of the curriculum. This learning experience extends beyond the actual course and follows practitioners as they return home to begin applying these new concepts and tools, optimizing patient health and facilitating patient education. This is the Experience of Learning, the fundamental continuum of preparation, participation and performance.


In modern fast-paced environments, the quality of patient-centered care can often be compromised, resulting in lower rates of patient adherence and satisfaction. Our collaborative training models the ideal patient-physician relationship, helping attendees shift from the mindset of “what’s the matter with our patients” to the mindset of “what matters to our patients.” This is the Art of Caring, an essential practice for transforming patients’ lives.

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