- Our Culture
- Career Opportunities
- Who We Are
- Medical Research
- Education and Training
- Selling Your Practice
Everyday collegiality and physicians reporting to physicians
Concentra physicians work with people who understand and appreciate what you do. From our leadership teams to our center colleagues, we’re all focused on treating one another with the welcoming, respectful, and skillful values that define our mission of improving America’s health, one patient at a time. We care about one another as colleagues and do our best to improve well-being not only for our patients, but for each other. We want to help you have the lifestyle that’s important to you—whether that means immersing yourself in the clinic and colleague activities, or spending more time with your family and personal life. You’ll be encouraged to take your vacations and to make sure that you take care of your well-being, too.
Setting you up for success from the very start.
We know how hard it can be to get started in a new practice. Concentra has developed a clinician orientation program that helps ease your transition into your new role and gives you time to get to know your center and your colleagues. We start by partnering you with another clinician so that you can get an in-depth look at what it means to work for Concentra and what you need to know. During your first few weeks, your partnered clinician will help you with patient care if you need it, and you’ll have access to additional support from your Medical Director and others.
Grow your expertise.
Our affiliated physicians enjoy fully funded CME, in the form of CME days and dollars as well as available internally-produced and accredited courses on our Learning Management System. We also have Medical Expert Panels that give you immediate, collegial access to information you need and the opportunity to share your own expertise by joining a Panel if you are so inclined. If you’re passionate about a particular area, you can join us in developing educational materials, or participating in focus groups, committees, and task forces that give you the opportunity to share your knowledge with your colleagues and keep raising our standard of care. It is our goal to keep getting better at what we already do well, both individually, and as a company.