What is a Superhub?

A superhub is an ECHO partner that is authorized to provide training and technical assistance to new hubs and support them as they grow their ECHO programs.

What ECHO Superhubs Provide

  • Outreach support and training (e.g. ECHO Introduction and Immersion)
  • Partnership document support to help prospective hubs prepare for Immersion training
  • Access to ECHO resources and tools, including the Project ECHO Resource Library in Box.com, Zoom, and iECHO
  • Ongoing support and quality assurance to ensure fidelity to the ECHO model
  • Support to facilitate the sharing of resources and research among the MetaECHO community

ECHO Superhub Listing

The following organizations are currently operating as Project ECHO superhubs. If you are interested in connecting with a superhub, click the link to visit their website. Please note: some superhubs offer training ‘on demand.’ If you don’t see a training on the calendar below, feel free to reach out to your superhub of interest to inquire about customized training opportunities.

Name Location Additional Info
American Academy of Pediatrics Itasca, Illinois, United States Provides training and technical assistance for organizations interested in replicating ECHO for pediatrics.
Children's Health Queensland Hospital and Health Service Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
ECHO India New Delhi, India
ECHO Ontario Toronto, Ontario, Canada
ECHO Uruguay Montevideo, Canelones, Uruguay
Highland Hospice Inverness, Scotland, United Kingdom
Hospice UK Kings Cross, London, United Kingdom
Missouri Telehealth Network Columbia, Missouri, United States
Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences Tulsa, Oklahoma, United States
St. Luke’s Hospice Sheffield, England, United Kingdom
University of Alaska Anchorage, Center for Human Development Anchorage, Alaska, United States
University of Chicago Chicago, Illinois, United States
University of Texas MD Anderson Houston, Texas, United States Provides training and technical assistance for organizations interested in replicating ECHO for cancer and related topics, along with organizations located in Texas.
University of Wyoming Laramie, Wyoming, United States Provides training and technical assistance for organizations interested in replicated ECHO for education.


Become a Superhub

Partners that have been operating as ECHO hubs for at least a year may consider becoming superhubs. If your hub has the necessary resources and mission alignment and is interested in growing the ECHO movement by training and supporting new hubs, please contact our Replication Manager, Ellie Cordova for information about the superhub application process.