A 236-bed, Level II trauma facility in eastern Texas received limited notice that their local orthopedic trauma group would be departing the program. Executive leadership engaged Medicus Healthcare Solutions to fully staff the program so they could focus on securing permanent providers and simultaneously launching an outpatient rehabilitation clinic.
A Level III Trauma Center in southern New Hampshire was seeking a specialized team of physicians to increase their trauma designation. Administration engaged Medicus Healthcare Solutions (Medicus) to help manage their schedule and provide consultation throughout the process.
A five-clinic health system on the outskirts of Seattle, Washington, needed to rebuild the community’s trust and hire quality providers to provide excellent patient care. They engaged Medicus Healthcare Solutions to help stabilize and rebrand their Family Medicine and Urgent Care programs.
A group out of New York managing 20 Hospital Medicine and ED contracts required a strategic partner to grow their portfolio of business and attract and retain physicians to fully staff their expansion.
A 200-bed, full-service, acute care hospital in suburban Wisconsin struggled with multiple points of contact, so they engaged Medicus Healthcare Solutions (Medicus) to streamline scheduling and improve their quality outcomes.
A large, not-for-profit hospital system in Atlanta faced issues with their growing Hospitalist program. After working with several staffing companies and not achieving desired outcomes, hospital administrators enlisted Medicus Healthcare Solutions to develop and execute a course of action.
Leaders of an outsourced group that had previously worked with Medicus Healthcare Solutions (Medicus) accepted accountability for the Emergency Medicine (EM) program at a not-for-profit, full-service acute care healthcare organization based in New Hampshire. They engaged our company to assist them in providing the facility with exceptional, highly skilled clinicians.
Administration at a Florida-based, fully accredited acute care facility engaged Medicus Healthcare Solutions (Medicus) to transition its mental health services program’s multi-agency staffing model—which utilized several supplemental staffing firms and proved unwieldy—to a single-point-of-contact solution for its locum tenens coverage.
Administration for a build-to-suit behavioral health organization in Massachusetts secured a partnership with Medicus Healthcare Solutions (Medicus) while breaking ground on a new facility to ensure it would be appropriately staffed and managed when its doors opened in late 2016 as well as on an ongoing basis.
Administration at a non-profit health system in the state of Indiana engaged Medicus Healthcare Solutions (Medicus) to transition its Emergency Medicine program from an outsourced model to an in-house program.