Mission: Our philosophy is as simple as our goal is singular: we believe better experiences for physicians lead to better outcomes—for patients, hospital partners and physicians alike.
As the opioid crisis escalates and the human and societal impact mounts, hospitals and physicians alike are increasingly looking for ways to help patients manage pain throughout their hospital stay and beyond. Read our new blog about helping patients recover faster, with fewer side effects, while reducing the use of opioids during and after surgery by implementing Multi-Modal Pain Management.
TeamHealth's Dr. David Samuels shares insights on doctors turning to opioid alternatives in this news video.
TeamHealth was founded in 1979 with a vision of developing the best teams of healthcare professionals. With the relentless pursuit to advance patient care through strong leadership, innovation and teamwork, we're proud to say that 35 years later we have made great strides towards our goals.
The impressive growth of TeamHealth should come as no surprise to hospitals and clinicians aware of our reputation for efficiency and commitment to excellence and collaboration.
Originally founded to provide emergency department administrative and staffing services, TeamHealth is one of the nation's largest providers of hospital-based clinical outsourcing in multiple departments, including Anesthesia, Hospital Medicine, in addition to Emergency Medicine. Although we are a national organization, our operating philosophy is essentially the same as when we started. TeamHealth is committed to a patient-centric model of healthcare delivery with hospitals, physician groups and TeamHealth working collaboratively to deliver compassionate, effective, efficient and safe patient care.
More than ever before, healthcare executives today face enormous challenges, including financial performance, healthcare reform, government mandates, safety and quality, physician relations, patient satisfaction, personnel shortages and the uninsured. They've turned to TeamHealth for help.
Executives know they can benefit from our large pool of resources, infrastructure and best practices while maintaining accountability; clinicians know they can take their career to the next level and do what they do best, focus on patient care. All of this is demonstrated by our 97% average annual client retention rate and 93% physician retention rate.
Most importantly, it shows in what our customers are saying:
"What most impressed me about our association with TeamHealth is that they were truly a great partner. TeamHealth is an outstanding organization with quality people who drive great results."
"I knew we selected the right partner for the job. With TeamHealth's expertise and our mutual commitment to excellence, our operational efficiency and the overall morale in the emergency department are the best they've been in years."
With TeamHealth, physicians and clinicians have a variety of facility options. Choose from fast-paced, high-volume Level I trauma centers; leading academic facilities with teaching opportunities; or slower-paced community hospitals. We also offer a host of practice arrangements to fit your lifestyle—full-time, part-time, locum tenens and directorship opportunities.
With TeamHealth, you can practice in a location, facility or role that best suits your family’s needs or your personal desires!
Practice Options. With a nationwide footprint, TeamHealth offers a wide range of practice options, allowing providers to work in the location and facility that best suits their individual
Career Growth. TeamHealth offers numerous opportunities for providers to advance their careers within their current region or throughout the nation.
Continuing Education. Free Continuing Medical Education is available to all providers through the TeamHealth Institute. In addition, TeamHealth offers training in communication and
leadership skills which help prepare those who are interested in moving into management.
Risk Management. TeamHealth pays for professional liability insurance, including continuation of “tail” coverage, from an A+ rated carrier starting on the very first day as a TeamHealth associated physician.
Administrative Support. TeamHealth provides all practice support, including billing and revenue cycle management, managed care contracting, professional liability insurance, scheduling, and staff recruitment.
Flexible Scheduling. Scheduling options allow providers to create better balance between work and personal lives.
Personal Wellness. TeamHealth’s Provider Wellness Division provides support for physical and emotional well-being, including stress management resources.
Commitment to Safety. TeamHealth is the first national group to receive AHRQ recognition for its Patient SafetyOrganization, which works to improve quality and safety at
all TeamHealth facilities.
Networking with Respected Peers. With a national network of more than 15,000 affiliated healthcare providers,TeamHealth provides its physicians with access to unparalleled networking opportunities.
TeamHealth is one of the nation’s largest providers of hospital-based clinical outsourcing in the country, serving multiple departments including Emergency Medicine, Hospital Medicine, Anesthesia and Specialty Hospitalist. We also provide specialty services, including Urgent Care, Pediatric Urgent Care, and military and government staffing.
Together, we are more than 16,000 affiliated healthcare professionals providing staffing and management services to more than 950 civilian and military hospitals, clinics and physician groups in 47 states. Collectively, we are responsible for more than 16 million patient encounters each year.
• Emergency Medicine
• Hospital Medicine
• OB/GYN Hospitalist
• Orthopaedic Hospitalist
• Acute Care Surgicalist
• Billing and Collections
• Facility and Professional
• Urgent Care
• Locum Tenens
• Medical Call Center
• Military and Government Staffing
• Pediatric Urgent Care
• Occupational Medicine
TeamHealth was founded in 1979 by three emergency physicians, including Lynn
Massingale, MD, FACEP, TeamHealth Executive Chairman. Originally created to provide
emergency department and administrative staffing services, TeamHealth has grown and
evolved into a premier national provider of hospital-based services across multiple clinical
specialties. Although we are a national organization, our philosophy is essentially the
same as when we started: TeamHealth is committed to a patient-centric model of healthcare delivery, with hospitals, physician groups and TeamHealth working collaboratively to
deliver compassionate, effective, efficient and safe patient care.
Mission and Vision
TeamHealth is a healthcare organization committed to quality, efficiency and exceptional
patient care. Our vision is to develop the best teams of healthcare professionals driven to
advance patient care through leadership, innovation and teamwork.
TeamHealth’s leadership team is comprised of seasoned professionals with significant
healthcare experience. Throughout our organization, we partner physicians with business
professionals. This paired leadership philosophy has contributed to TeamHealth’s growth
and success while ensuring a physician-friendly environment committed to advancing
By the Numbers
• 15,000 healthcare providers
• 900+ hospitals
• 47 states
• 92% physician retention rate
• 308,000+ hours of annual CME credits
• 97% client retention rate
I have been working at TeamHealth full-time (More than 3 years)
Company has been around for 40+ years, they continue to grow and evolve as the field of medicine changes.
Leadership development for physicians is fantastic and continues to evolve.
They understand that physicians need support in various areas in order to be able to enjoy practicing.
More women need to be in leadership positions, but they are aware of this and actively working on it.
I applied online. The process took 6+ months. I interviewed at TeamHealth (Syracuse, NY).
responding to printed ad, received phone call interview from ER director. submitted application and reported for on sight interview. Received tour of facility, dinner for two (spouse included) and invitation to return for trial run of several shifts before committing to full time position. At the end of the interview I was in the locker room with a physician assistant who had been working here for many years. I asked his advice as to whether I should take the job. It was his reassurance that sealed my decision to take the position.