A Great Story to Tell
Throw a dart at a map of the United States, and you’re more likely than not to land on a place where Emerus will be a major player in the health care field in the next five years and beyond.
Our plan to aggressively expand and grow is advancing at a phenomenal pace, as evidenced by recent, pending and future announcements of partnership agreements that position us to transform the health care experience for our patients across the country. We want to be the best.
Thankfully, we have a great story to tell. It all starts with our mission, vision, philosophy and, most importantly, our exceptional people. Without the expertise of our highly motivated and dedicated employees at our Home Office and in each of our partner hospitals, we wouldn’t be where we are today, and we wouldn’t be on the fast track to greater success in the future.
As we continue to grow, I want to make sure we are communicating frequently and effectively with all of our employees about new developments that affect our company and each one of us. Our executive management team will use this column as a forum to share relevant information with you on a timely basis, in addition to the occasional video messages you receive.
We must innovate to dominate, and our ability to innovate health care through technology is another key factor in our success. Streamlined admitting procedures and highly qualified physicians and medical specialists, combined with the latest diagnostic equipment and innovative, cost-effective facility design, are just a few of the measures we’ve taken to keep our patients at the center of everything. And, we are exploring exciting concepts that would break new ground in emergency care and fuel further growth and expansion of our company.
With so much going for us, can anything derail us from our trailblazing path as a market leader with innovative business practices?
The answer to that question is, “yes.”
In health care, your reputation is at least as important as your expertise. When you post information online or when you talk about the company, please think about the message you’re communicating. Let’s keep our focus on empathy and excellence, and we’ll have an even greater story to tell in the future.