Three perfusion school students and one clinical technician will receive a one-time, $20,000 award April 29, 2019 (Brentwood, TN)—SpecialtyCare—the nation’s leading provider of outsourced perfusion services—announced today the winners of the 2019 Brown-Brukardt Perfusion Scholarship. This capped, one-time award of…
Deal increases national coverage, scope of services, and market leadership as the largest, most comprehensive provider of intraoperative neuromonitoring April 22, 2019 (Brentwood, TN)—SpecialtyCare—the nation’s leading provider of outsourced intraoperative neuromonitoring (IONM), perfusion, and surgical services—announced today that it…
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: SpecialtyCare Lee Pepper, 615-345-5572 Chief Marketing Officer [email protected] Brentwood, TN, January 14, 2019 – SpecialtyCare, the market leader in outsourced cardiac perfusion services, announced today that Kirti Patel, MPS, MPH, BS, CCP, LP, CPBMT, founder of…
Sonia Zuzek, SpecialtyCare’s Director of Clinical Education, was featured on WSMV Channel 4. She discusses the education and training associates receive at SpecialtyCare University and how it helps prepare them for their role in the operating room.
NASHVILLE, Tenn.—SpecialtyCare—the nation’s leading provider of outsourced intraoperative neuromonitoring (IONM), perfusion, and surgical services—announced today that it has acquired IONM provider Precedent Health. This transaction extends SpecialtyCare’s market leadership position as the largest and most comprehensive provider of patient-centered outsourced…
Jonathan Walters, President, Intraoperative Neuromonitoring at SpecialtyCare, recently got a chance to sit down with WSMVTV News Channel 4 to discuss what Intraoperative Neuromonitoring is and how SpecialtyCare is a leader in the industry.
SpecialtyCare’s education scholarship program is designed to support and assist cardiovascular perfusion students who demonstrate the potential to advance patient-focused care in a way that honors the legacies of Jim Brown and Gary Brukardt. The selection committee was delighted by the strong response and overwhelming quality of this year’s candidate pool, which further illustrates the extraordinary talent and commitment of our finalists. With this in mind, I am pleased to announce that the recipients of the 2018 Brown-Brukardt Perfusion Education Scholarships are Jacki Brolhorst and Robert DeGiosio. We are confident that they will make significant contributions to patients’ lives and the practice of cardiovascular perfusion for years to come.
PENCIL is a terrific organization that helps Metro Nashville Public School students achieve academic and future success. As a proud PENCIL Partner, SpecialtyCare regularly hosts students from Hillsboro High School’s Academy of Global Health & Science. Our fully equipped simulation operating room, or Sim OR, which is used to train our staff, provides the perfect environment to introduce the students to life as a member of a surgical team. Our Nashville IONM Operational Leadership and the IONM Education Team have designed an elite experience for the students to actively learn about electrophysiology and participate in a virtual surgical procedure that utilizes intraoperative neuromonitoring to assist the surgeon and keep the patient safe during surgery.
In Puerto Rico—more than one month after Hurricane Maria devastated the island—many communities still lack the water, electricity, pharmaceuticals, communications, transportation, and other resources needed to sustain life and care for patients. At Hospital Español Auxilio Mutuo in San Juan, our cardiac perfusion team works under these challenging conditions to provide medical care, which has included a successful aortic dissection repair performed with the patient under deep hypothermic circulatory arrest while the hospital was on generator power.
SpecialtyCare has completed an asset purchase of Trident Health Resources, Inc., a highly regarded, clinically focused perfusion company. With the people of Trident joining SpecialtyCare and moving forward as one team, under one name, we have the opportunity to support each other and learn from each other as we participate in some of the most complex and interesting procedures performed today. We are uniquely positioned to define what superior clinical and financial outcomes look like and to provide those outcomes for our patients and our customers. We are thrilled to join together to serve as a resource for perfusion care and best practices that in-house and competitive programs simply cannot match. It’s an exciting time, and we look forward to all that we will accomplish together.
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