There’s that old saying that everything is bigger in Texas. So is the need for perfusionists. SpecialtyCare is looking for caring, passionate people, who put patients first and strive for continuous improvement in the operating room. If you are in the Houston or Fort Worth area of Texas, or are interested in relocating, we have an amazing opportunity for you to work with the industry leader in perfusion. SpecialtyCare perfusionists participate in over 100,000 surgeries each year in 45 states, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico. We serve more than 350 hospitals and support nearly 600 surgeons.


Fulfilling Perfusion Careers in Texas

What does that mean for you? SpecialtyCare is positioned as the industry leader, which affords more opportunities – from training, to compensation, to work-life balance, our associates come first. And because there is a shortage of perfusionists across the country, this means better salaries. In fact, perfusionist salaries have increased more than 20 percent over the last few years. Working for SpecialtyCare also means career growth potential. There is incredible opportunity to advance, and leadership encourages and supports

Benefits of a Perfusion Career in Texas

Aside from compensation and a comprehensive health benefits package, SpecialtyCare offers much more. Our associates are our greatest asset so we invest in their education, from ongoing trainings to tuition reimbursement programs.

Here are some other incredible benefits you’ll receive working with SpecialtyCare:

  • Health savings accounts (HSA)
  • Flexible spending account plan (FSA)
  • 401(k) with matching funds
  • ‘Generous paid time off (PTO) plan
  • Professional development allowance
  • Professional membership and dues allowance
  • Certification test preparation and support
  • Clinical and leadership training opportunities
  • Legal benefit
  • Sam’s Club/Costco and Amazon membership reimbursement

In the healthcare industry, a work-life balance can be difficult to find. Many go into the profession to pursue their passion only to realize their personal life is being neglected. This is something SpecialtyCare leaders recognizes and addresses. Al Stammers, vice president of clinical quality and outcomes research, says leadership is incredibly supportive responsive to the needs of associates.

“They know if we don’t adhere to what the requirements are for a good quality of life, we’re going to lose people,” Stammers said. “So, they’re very quick to respond from an operations perspective to relieve people who are working long hours or in extremely difficult situations.”

It is a great time to be a perfusionist with SpecialtyCare. Are you ready to join a company that puts you first? Our company continues to grow and we need skilled, passionate people to grow with us. Visit our career page for more information about opportunities in Houston and Fort Worth, TX.