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The Leaders in Ambulatory Surgery & Surgical Hospitals Recruitment

This insight and expertise provide exceptional outcomes that consistently surpass clients’ and candidates’ expectations, creating long-term relationships that in turn enhance our ability to deliver these outcomes. Our primary focus is on the strategic growth and staffing initiatives of client companies, who develop, manage, consult with, and/or own and operate ambulatory surgery centers (ASCs), and surgical hospitals.

Our clients span the spectrum from prestigious national growth-oriented, surgically-focused corporations to individually owned facilities throughout America.

Our extensive network of contacts within Ambulatory Surgery Centers and Surgical Hospitals provides our clients access to the top talent in this highly competitive industry. It also provides our candidates access to premier opportunities within top organizations.

Our tenure and specialization within this industry have given us a valuable understanding of the market, its challenges, and the ability to provide exceptional value to clients and candidates alike.

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  • Clinical Director
  • Nurse Manager (OR, Pre-Op, PACU)
  • Vice President of Development
  • Vice President of Mergers and Acquisitions
  • Vice President Operations

Ambulatory Surgery & Surgical Hospitals Team

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    Ambulatory Surgery & Surgical Hospitals

Ambulatory Surgery & Surgical Hospitals

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