Books, eBooks, Magazines, Patient Education, and Other Publications

HPC understands the challenge healthcare organizations face finding and purchasing the long list of books, publications, education material, magazines, and more, that they need. This leads to you and your staff having to spend their precious time searching for the right products at the best prices from the most reliable vendors.

You’ve got more important things to take care of. Let HPC help.

HPC is your one-stop shop to buy any type of content from any publisher you need through a single source.

It's all right here for you:

  • Books
  • Magazines
  • Patient education
  • Textbooks
  • eBooks
  • Medical coding books
  • Clinical study aids
  • Certification course materials
  • Anatomical charts
  • and countless other publications for hospitals, caregivers, and patients

Can't find the product you're looking for in your store? We'll source it for you. As your partner, HPC will contact that publisher and negotiate the best price on your behalf for the product you need, each and every time

From your very first contact with HPC we are in your corner negotiating the lowest product prices possible and taking care of any administrative work required for your purchases. We are passionate about delivering customer service excellence, a diverse product selection, and timely order delivery for the customers we serve.

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Contact HPC today!

To request a price quote, check product availability, place an order, or send a Purchase Order (P.O.) contact or call us at (219) 922-4868.

If your organization is a member of a group purchasing organization, you may be entitled to special payment terms. HPC is a contracted supplier with Conductiv, HealthTrust, Premier, Vizient, and Acurity. Contact us today to verify your eligibility.
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A few of the publishers we partner with

HPC is the partner that companies and healthcare organizations turn to for solutions that reduce operational spending, improve corporate efficiency, and increase access to education and medical research.