Expand your career as a perfusionist.
Find a Career in Perfusion with SpecialtyCare
SpecialtyCare employs the largest professional group of perfusionists in the country. Our clinicians are educated, highly trained, and experienced. In the end, everyone is certified through the American Board of Cardiovascular Perfusion, obtains state licensure when need be (depending on the state), and meets specific facility requirements. When it comes to jobs in perfusion, we promote the industry’s standards of care and believe patients are the number one priority.
SpecialtyCare continues to grow and we would love for you to grow with us.
We currently employ over 490 clinical perfusion associates and take part in over 130,000 surgeries each year in 44 states, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico. We serve more than 350 hospitals and assist over 850 surgeons during open heart surgeries and other complex procedures. By participating in such a large number of operations and by working with world-class surgeons, we are the industry leader in perfusion.
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Become A Clinician With SpecialtyCare
Applicants to our perfusion program must have completed a two-year master’s degree, a post-bachelor two-year training program, or be board certified. New graduates have two years after hire to achieve board certification.
We provide support for our perfusionists with the certification exams and continuing education opportunities through CEU-eligible industry events. Our experienced perfusionists enjoy training and mentoring new graduates, and we ensure that all of our clinicians remain current through regular clinical and non-clinical competency evaluations.
Explore our Perfusion Opportunities
Join us and become a part of the industry leader in perfusion. Check out the full listing of employment opportunities nationwide. We also encourage you to explore our various training and education opportunities. SpecialtyCare is proud to support Thomas Jefferson University’s Institute of Emerging Health Professions Center for Perfusion and Extracorporeal Technology Education, one of the most prestigious perfusion education programs available.
Speak With A Perfusion Recruiter
If you want more information on why SpecialtyCare is the premier employer of perfusionists and to discuss joining our team, please reach out to our perfusion recruiting team immediately. With SpecialtyCare, you will be able to share your acquired expertise with your colleagues and customers, all while providing safer surgery and better outcomes for your patients. We look forward to hearing from you!
Your Perfusion Career Starts with SpecialtyCare
If you are a new graduate seeking your first career opportunity, then you should consider SpecialtyCare. We actively recruit new graduates and we take time to carefully find the perfect fit so that your first employment experience is positive and fulfilling. Experienced perfusionists have the opportunity to transfer within the company and pursue various management positions at the hospital level, or over multi-state territories, or at our corporate offices in Nashville. We would like nothing more than for you to start or continue your career with us here at SpecialtyCare. We take care of you as one of our people so that you can take care of your patients.
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