Providing Patient Care Like Family
What is a Micro-Hospital?
As the first and largest operator of micro-hospitals, Emerus continues to partner with leading health care systems across the nation – expanding our unique brand of heightened, empathetic patient care.
Exponential growth and expansion creates a fast-paced, innovative environment that isn’t for the faint of heart, but offers opportunities for advancement, mobility and cross-functional training that is often lacking in health care.
We are building a special kind of health care company. Are you ready to join?
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Healthcaring is Our Calling
Empathetic care starts with collaborative teams. Registered nurses, imaging technologists, laboratory experts and inpatient staff work closely with patients to provide the type of care we would expect from our own family.
Emerus headquarters takes pride in supporting those who save lives each day at our facilities. Departments located at the company’s corporate office include human resources, marketing, finance and billing.
With 25 new facilities under development and many more to come, we need strong regional CEOs and CNOs to set the pace and expand the Emerus vision.
Within the Emerus national network of hospitals, physicians have the unique opportunity for full-time or part-time work, relocation to one of our expanding regions, working in one of our established markets or traveling to fill shifts across regions.
Need more information? Hear directly from a few of our board certified physicians why Emerus is the right fit.
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