U.S. Acute Care Solutions (USACS), a national leader in emergency medicine, recently announced a co-founding partnership with Florida’s Tampa Bay Emergency Physicians (TBEP), a network of board-certified emergency medicine physicians, physician assistants and nurse practitioners.
With 45 physicians and 30 physician assistants and nurse practitioners on staff, TBEP tends to almost 200,000 patients annually through the Florida Hospital system in Tampa. The group is a physician-owned and managed emergency medicine group practice serving the greater Tampa Bay region for over 40 years.
“Tampa Bay Emergency Physicians has consistently provided high-quality, compassionate and efficient emergency medical care to its community, which is what we seek in our founding partners,” USACS CEO Dr. Dominic Bagnoli said. “TBEP physicians will remain partners in their practice and become shareholders in USACS, while gaining access to the resources and support required to continually improve their patient care and operations.”
The partnership agreement is expected to be approved by the end of the calendar year. USACS, with headquarters in Canton, Ohio, was founded in May to concentrate on patient-centered care through a primarily physician-owned organization.
TBEP CEO Brian Baker said, “We are thrilled to co-found USACS and expand their platform in the southeast region.”
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