As part of our team, you can make a difference in the lives of more than 8 million patients with a company focused on finding a better way to deliver healthcare. A privately held, physician-driven company, we’re committed to doing the right thing for the clients we serve and the people who work with us. Our ultimate goal? To improve treatment of the most important person in healthcare: the patient.

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Culture & Values

Trusted, responsive, strong partners

Here, we do what we say we’re going to do. That get-it-done attitude has been part of our brand culture from the start. If you have a question, we’ll find an answer. If you need support, your service team is always on call.

At the end of the day, you spend your time supporting the most noble of missions—bettering healthcare. And as much as we can, we find ways to support you and help you do it better.

A personal touch

Our culture of service, dignity, and respectfulness to our team is unparalleled in this industry. Our patients, providers, and healthcare partners consistently say the same thing, “You not only deliver great quality care, you do the right thing.”

The mission to serve is in our blood. It’s why we do what we do. As a company, we instill that mantra in every employee, every consultant, every contractor, and anyone with whom we do business.

Culture of excellence

Our core values – Agility, Courage, Collaboration, and Respect – are the foundation of our operating philosophies, ideals, and principles that guide the behavior of our organization and shape our culture.

History

Clinically rooted

Schumacher Clinical Partners (SCP) – originally The Schumacher Group – was founded on the belief that there was a better way to deliver and manage emergency medical services in the hospital environment. Our founder, William “Kip” Schumacher, M.D., aimed to make a positive difference in emergency medicine practice management and services. Today, SCP has grown to one of the largest healthcare partners in the country, and Dr. Schumacher’s founding belief continues to guide the company’s mission.

Working toward a better way

After 20 years of operating independently, SCP merged with like-minded physician management group Hospital Physician Partners in 2015. The move grew SCP’s national reach, adding 2,000 providers and multiple states to the roster. The following year they also joined forces with ECI Healthcare Partners, a hospital and physician management group. With a new portfolio of 8 million patients, 7,500 providers, 30 states, and 400 hospital facilities, this powerful trio set out to deliver better hospital and physician services on a national level and following Dr. Schumacher’s founding mission, SCP was born. SCP’s current array of clinical program offerings has evolved from standalone emergency medicine to span the entire continuum of care including telemedicine, hospital medicine, intensive care, and ambulatory care.