Advanced Providers Advance Their Careers
Discover Great Opportunities at CEP America
It takes a well-coordinated team of professionals to provide the highest quality of patient care across the Acute Care Continuum. When you work as a CEP America advanced provider, you become a valued member of one of those teams.
“I am very proud to be a part of CEP America. I feel like a valued employee, but more than that, I feel like a partner.” – David Carter, PA-C, Director of PA and NP Operations
At CEP America, our advanced providers play a critical role in improving the level of care we deliver to patients across the country. To ensure your success, we give you all the tools you need to practice to the full extent of your education and training. Physician assistants (PAs), nurse practitioners (NPs), certified registered nurse anesthetists (CRNAs), and anesthesiologist assistants (AAs) work closely with physicians who respect your ability to deliver appropriate, compassionate, and effective care.
You can count on the physicians you work with to mentor and support you as you build your career with CEP America. In our collaborative environment, you’ll help create continued improvement in all aspects of patient care, from the emergency department to the hospital floor to post-discharge care.
Opportunities For A Balanced Career
While the CEP America mission is to improve patient care and outcomes, we also strive to improve the lives of our clinicians by giving you time for yourself.
As a CEP America advanced provider, you have the flexibility to create a work schedule that allows you time for your personal passions, continuing education, family, and friends. We offer parental leave for new parents and support programs that teach you great life hacks and help you establish the best work-life balance for you.
When you become a member of the CEP America team, you can take your career as far as you want it to go.
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