Gretchann Cline, PA“I absolutely love working for ESP/USACS. The support from the physicians is phenomenal. I appreciate how they value PAs and consider us to be a vital part of the team. There are few places that afford me the opportunity to collaborate with the ER physicians while also practicing autonomously, but ESP has the perfect balance. The company continuously provides education opportunities so that I am able to practice medicine at levels unseen in other companies. I am grateful that ESP encourages us to cultivate a healthy work-life balance. Working in a positive environment at ESP/USACS is such a blessing!”

Gretchann Cline, PA

Mission Trail Baptist Hospital
ESP Provider Since 2016

“I started working with Emergency Service Partners straight out of residency 10 years ago. One of the things that I appreciate is the leadership’s responsiveness and flexibility. I am also a licensed police officer and I’m the medical director for a local tactical response team. I approached ESP co-founders Dr. Sam Roberts and Dr. Bruce Moskow about extending our medical liability coverage to my work with the tactical team, and they immediately answered, “No problem.” I’ve appreciated the accessibility of the senior leadership and the fact that I’ve been able to contact them at any time for any issues that I may be having. Now that we are part of USACS, I’m glad to know that many former ESP Board members are still responsible for overseeing day-to-day clinical operations of our legacy sites.”

Paul Goen, MD

CHI St. Joseph Health Regional Hospital
ESP Physician Since 2006

Osadone Benson“I love the fact that our executive team has always had an open-door policy. I appreciate the way everyone pulls together to take the best care possible of our physicians, APPs, and the EDs that we serve. We have had some tremendous growth over the years that I have been here, and we still manage to keep the feel of family while maintaining a professional atmosphere. I could not ask for a better place to be employed at this time in my life.”

Osadone Benson

ESP Employee Since 2011

Moira Pyle“I was first exposed to Emergency Service Partners while working as a nurse in the emergency department. The physicians I worked with were very enlightening, willing to teach, and truly seemed happy. I knew then that, at some point in my future, I wanted to be part of the ESP family. When I finished grad school, I took a position outside of Austin, keeping my eyes open for an acute care nurse practitioner position with ESP. That day finally came and I joined ACCS/ESP–definitely the best decision ever! Over the past three years I have experienced firsthand how great this company is to each one of us, the respect everyone has for each other, and the willingness to help each other despite how little or big the need. From my fellow providers, to scheduling, to administration, we are all one big team. I am thankful to be part of it.”

Moira Pyle, ACNP-BC

Seton Medical Center Hays
ESP Provider Since 2014

Corey Fearheiley“I love working at ESP/USACS Southwest for many reasons. One of those reasons is accessibility of my administration. I can pick up the phone and talk to any of them at any time. Problems, if they arise, are handled quickly, professionally and democratically.  Another reason I love working here is I can have a wide scope of practice. One day working in a trauma center, the next in a rural critical access facility, then finish my week working at the Formula One racetrack. Finishing up residency, most folks work a job for a few years and then move again, but with ESP, working here is like being family. I can’t imagine ever leaving.”

Corey Fearheiley, MD

Seton Medical Center Williamson
ESP Physician Since 2007

Liz Coronado“I have been working for ESP for almost six years and have seen how the company’s commitment to patient satisfaction, and to the physicians and APPs, has never wavered. I have learned so much, have been encouraged and allowed to grow professionally, and really appreciate the open-door policy and dedication to excellence by my supervisors and by the entire administrative team. I look forward to new challenges and opportunities as we continue to experience growth and success.”

Liz Coronado

Education Coordinator
ESP Employee Since 2011

Sharon Long MD“There are many advantages to working at ESP, including the professionalism and commitment of my colleagues, the challenging work, and the diverse and interesting members. First and foremost is the wonderful support staff who work in the ESP offices. They have always been incredibly responsive to any need I have had. Whether I have needed help with a payroll issue, credentialing, scheduling, legal, or any other issue, every time I have reached out to our support staff they have quickly and graciously assisted me. That speaks to the dedication of the leaders of ESP who hire only the best to assist us so that we can concentrate on medicine, rather than business.”

Sharon Long, MD

University Medical Center Brackenridge
ESP Physician Since 1998

Ken Chambellan, PA“ESP provides a fantastic, stable, innovative service to every community it serves. I have worked with a fantastic group of doctors, nurses, staff, and another APPs from Kerrville to Texarkana. The wealth of knowledge these colleagues have is immense. At ESP, I am part of a positive, energetic group of human beings and there is flexibility to fit many lifestyles. I am honored to be part of this is esteemed organization and I love working as a Physician Assistant with ESP.”

Ken Chambellan, PA
CHRISTUS St. Michael Health System

ESP Provider Since 2008

Ken Domuczicz“I joined ESP when I finished my residency in 2003 and I have never looked back. ESP has proven to be a professional, dedicated, and trustworthy group, responsive to its physicians’ needs and to the challenging and ever-changing health care market. I have been continually impressed by the competent and flexible office staff as well as by the ESP leadership. As ESP continues to grow, they have demonstrated their commitment to both the physicians they hire and to the hospitals they staff. The flexible schedule and opportunities for personal and professional growth make me look forward to spending many more years with ESP.”

Ken Domuczicz, MD

Medical Director, Five Star ER | South Austin
ESP Physician Since 2003

Dusty Otwell, JD“I love the professional fulfillment and opportunities I receive working for ESP. I have enjoyed the support of the organization in pursuing industry-leading risk management initiatives, and have experienced the fulfillment in successfully improving clinical outcomes, saving lives. I have also enjoyed the abundant opportunities at ESP, allowing me to branch into all manner of legal areas beyond risk management and legal defense. That is the benefit of working for this successful, growing organization. If you work diligently, there are excellent opportunities for professional growth at ESP.”

Dusty Otwell, Esq.

Associate General Counsel
ESP Employee Since 2009

James Kempema, MD“Having begun my post-residency career with ESP in 1999, I really had no idea how long I would be here. Now, 17 years later, I couldn’t be happier. ESP provides an incredibly unique opportunity for me as an emergency physician. I work for a physician-owned group that enables us to provide input about the direction of the company. ESP allows me to not only practice emergency medicine, but also have the opportunity and autonomy to pursue additional medical interests in air medical services and EMS. Plus, I have the ability to work in an academic environment as one of the core faculty members in our Emergency Medicine Residency. In addition, ESP is firmly committed to providing high-quality, best practice emergency medicine, providing us with excellent continuing education opportunities and risk management strategies.”

James Kempema, MD

University Medical Center Brackenridge
ESP Physician Since 1999

Mary Faria“Emergency Service Partners has consistently been an outstanding partner for Seton Southwest. There is a clear commitment to excellence in patient safety and the total patient experience. I could not ask for a better team of physicians or medical director who clearly understand and embrace our mission and our values as an organization.

I most appreciate the positive approach this physician group takes in collaboratively helping us deal with the real challenges of effectively managing staffing and process to provide safe and efficient care. The openness to new ideas and creative approaches in dealing with growing volumes and growing patient demands is very much appreciated.

I believe our unique relationship has enabled us to test new approaches to deliver some of the best emergency care in the country. It is absolutely wonderful to have such a strong emergency physician group partner.”

Mary Faria, PhD, FACHE
Seton Southwest Hospital
Austin, TX

Eileen Toloza“I joined ESP when I completed my residency and quickly learned that “Building Long-Term Partnerships in Emergency Medicine” is more than just a motto. I appreciate ESP’s contract stability (my hospital has partnered with ESP since 1997) and their willingness to invest in my career development. The company understands my need to balance work and family life, and I enjoy the employee model at my practice site. I’m thankful for the opportunity to hold a leadership position as an ED medical director, and I’ve benefited from great mentorship, support, and open communication from our co-founders and other ESP leaders. Despite living and working more than 100 miles from the Austin office, I truly feel connected to the ESP family.”

Eileen Toloza-Larson, MD

ED Medical Director, Peterson Regional Medical Center
ESP Physician Since 2004

Vicki Gregg, MD“Seventy percent of emergency medicine physicians will experience burnout at some point during their careers. Working at ESP allows me to feel supported and challenged so that I will always love my job. This company helped create a Pediatric Emergency Medicine department that sees more than 75,000 children a year in Central Texas. ESP allowed us to be involved in the development of this department from the beginning. We feel a sense of ownership over the great care that we provide to our pediatric patients. Am I burned out? No. I feel lucky to take care of children every day and look forward to many more years working at ESP.”

Victoria Gregg, MD

Dell Children’s Medical Center
ESP Physician Since 2008

“Emergency Service Partners contracted with our hospital in 1997. I have been very pleased with this group. They stay actively involved with the ED physicians. From a Nurse Manager point of view, I appreciate their listening to nursing input and responding quickly when/if a problem does arise. They have always been just a phone call away and available to help with statistics involving comparisons between our hospital and others. I am very happy with this contract service.”

Sharon Keith, RN
ED Nurse Manager
Peterson Regional Medical Center
Kerrville, TX

RobertsSamL“Tip for Residents: Find a practice that allows for your input, preferably one with a partnership structure that allows you to share in the successes of the practice.”

Sam Roberts, MD, FACEP
Founding Partner, ESP
Austin, TX

Janice McNutt“During the 11 years I have had the privilege to work at ESP, I have learned that it is not just the relationships with the hospitals that are important to ESP, but the relationships with the community and employees that make the company special. I have watched ESP come together as a family when there is a need to be met, whether in the community or in the office. Truth be told, no company I have worked for has my back like ESP does. There is no other company I would want to work for, and I look forward to seeing what awaits us in the future.”

Janice McNutt

Senior Accounting Specialist
ESP Employee Since 2005

Brad Holland“As a hospital-based, contracted service, ESP’s administration and providers have been responsive to the needs of the facility, the patients and the changing dynamics of health care. In a collaborative partnership, we have focused on tangible ER-based metrics to improve the care and patient experience at Cedar Park Regional Medical Center while transitioning to a regional acute care provider. Our organizational transformation to offer higher acuity service offerings, community partnerships and care metrics that are second to none could not have been possible without the strong physician leadership associated with ESP.”

Brad Holland
Chief Executive Officer
Cedar Park Regional Medical Center
Cedar Park, TX

“When I joined ESP as a nurse practitioner, I was living in Houston and working for a large medical center hospital, but always kept an eye open for the right position here in the Austin area. I was pleased to find this position, as it seemed exactly what I was looking for, and indeed it has been. The pay/compensation and benefits are wonderful, and certainly competitive, to be sure. But what I am constantly amazed by are my experiences with my fellow employees at all levels. From administration to office staff, scheduling, HR, credentialing, and fellow providers comes professionalism, mutual respect, and genuine friendliness. There is a sense of family and belonging within the organization that I had not experienced prior to joining ESP, and which I appreciate. I am proud to be able to say that I belong to the ESP family whenever I get the chance.”

Jeremy Nelson, ACNP-BC

Seton Medical Center Williamson
ESP Provider Since 2011

Deon Hobbs“Emergency Service Partners has consistently been an outstanding partner. I have been happy to partner with ESP as they seem to embrace our mission and core values as an organization. I most appreciate the willingness of the physician group to embrace change. Collaboratively we have redesigned processes to deliver some of the best care and outcomes in our country. ESP has ensured that we have high-quality, board-certified physicians in our ED. The commitment to patient satisfaction and quality, safe care is greatly appreciated and has helped deliver outstanding outcomes.”

Deon Hobbs, RN
Chief Nursing Officer
CHRISTUS Santa Rosa Hospital
New Braunfels, TX

Todd Nash, MD“I joined ESP in 2005, after working a few years in North Carolina. The difference was striking: at ESP I was immediately treated like a valued colleague and a partner. Everyone, from the co-founders to HR, to scheduling, wanted me to be happy and safe and feel like part of the team. ESP has grown immensely since then, but I think we still strive to provide that environment for our doctors. While at ESP I’ve worked in rural EDs and big medical centers. I’ve worked with students and residents and even done some cutting-edge research and became a medical director. As ESP continues to grow, our doctors have even more opportunities and more support to build a practice that is personally satisfying and rewarding. Building long-term partnerships with our doctors and our hospitals creates a very stable platform for our physicians to build wonderful careers in emergency medicine!”

Todd Nash, MD

Former ED Medical Director, Seton Northwest Hospital
ESP Physician Since 2005

Shari Moreland“When I first started with ESP in the summer of 1995, we were a small company working in only a few hospitals. At that time, the executive team had a vision to grow this company and become a strong leader that our hospitals could rely on for excellent patient care. We have definitely grown, but we are still with those original hospitals because building relationships has always been important to ESP. I have had a front row seat to watch the vision come to fruition. I have enjoyed working with ESP for the last 20 years because we have a constantly changing environment due to growth, I continue to be challenged, leadership encourages professional development, and we are a true team working toward a common goal. I am excited to see what we will accomplish in the next 20 years!”

Shari Moreland
Accounting Director
ESP Employee Since 1995

DowJoel2009L“Having worked for several other companies in rural emergency departments across Texas, I can say unequivocally that ESP has been the most interested in maintaining open lines of communication among physicians and with ESP leadership. Being able to call any of my colleagues or leaders and feel like I have a personal relationship with them has been invaluable for me.

Because many of the ED-boarded physicians work at the rural sites periodically, getting to know them personally makes it seem just that much easier when it comes time to transfer to the tertiary care hospitals. The sense of family at ESP is palpable, from all of the staff at the office being genuinely interested in our well-being to the colleagues I have who are close friends.”

Joel Dow, DO
Seton Edgar B. Davis Hospital
Luling, TX

WilsonMark2012L“Having worked with ESP since 1998, I can attest that ESP has great emergency departments that are well-run and are staffed by excellent clinicians. ESP strives for good working relationships between the physicians, PAs, NPs, and nurses, which creates a positive working environment. I appreciate ESP’s emphasis on education, risk management, and creating safe places to work. The company truly expects excellence from its providers and encourages them to focus on what is best for their patients. I wouldn’t work anywhere else!”

Mark Wilson, FNP
Austin, TX

Bennie Fore, MD“In 1988, I was working in North Texas and getting restless. I attended an ACEP meeting in San Antonio and checked out some openings, but all I found were jobs in the San Antonio area. Like a lot of people, I was really looking for a job in Austin. I went back home and forgot about those conversations until about a month later, out of the blue, I received a call from Dr. Sam Roberts. He and Dr. Bruce Moskow were trying to start up a group at Seton Hospital in Austin, and they had been given my name secondhand from someone in San Antonio. I liked them both from the start, and thankfully they liked me and hired me in May to start in July.

That group, Third Coast Emergency Physicians–which started with 7 physicians–has grown to be what ESP is today. Although I have seen many people come and go during the years, I never thought about leaving and the reasons are many. Through it all, Sam, Bruce, and eventually CEO Cheryl Conner were always able to see the bigger picture and make the adjustments needed to continue to provide high-quality care, maintain our standing and reputation within the local, state, and national medical community, and expand the group while maintaining a group integrity that is second to none.

In spite of the size of our group today, I have developed many close friendships, and the response to someone’s individual tribulations is always overwhelming. I have been the benefit of that response on numerous occasions. I also feel that I can approach anyone in the group, including Sam, Bruce, and Cheryl, and get some sound advice if I am facing a particularly troublesome situation. I can look around and see a lot of really hard workers here, who care about the quality of care that we provide and the people with whom we provide that care, and it makes me really proud to be a part of it.”

Bennie Fore, MD
ESP Physician Since 1988

FlemingSean2012L“Coming to work with Emergency Service Partners as an ED medical director was an easy decision after experiencing the recruiting process, meeting with the leadership team, and visiting with colleagues I’ve known from residency who have worked with ESP. With the contract manager to assist with the transition—plus the administrative staff doing scheduling, credentialing, and being available to answer any questions—the support provided was phenomenal. The orientation time allowed me to learn about the resources available online to track quality measures and throughput times, and address patient and physician concerns. I could not envision a transition process that could have been better.”

Sean Fleming, MD
ED Medical Director
Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital
Flower Mound, TX

ParekhSohan2013L“There are significant advantages to being a partner with ESP in our fully-democratic group. Beyond the financial opportunities, partnership offers doctors a real voice in the direction of the company, opportunities for business leadership, and a camaraderie that is unique to a physician-owned group.”

Sohan Parekh, MD
Austin, TX

AppleTrent2015L“I have been consistently impressed with the respect and tremendous support that I have received from the physicians and staff at ESP, who all work together as an integrated team. From scheduling to credentialing to payroll, HR, and leadership, their professionalism and efficiency have made providing excellent patient care seamless. I have enjoyed opportunities to work at several different sites and gain new experiences in a variety of communities. In my practice, I am afforded a great deal of autonomy and benefit from collaborating with my physician colleagues as well. I feel like a valued member of the ED team, and I look forward to many more years with ESP.”

Trent Apple, PA

CurranTimothy2011L“One of the failures of Emergency Medicine as a specialty is that many doctors work their entire career for a group and are treated no differently after 20 years of service than someone who joined the group yesterday. They have no ownership, no clout, no retirement–just a hired hand who is easily replaceable. What sets ESP apart from those groups is that they value people. The company values hard work and loyalty, and is run by true professionals who put people in front of profit. I feel very lucky to work for ESP, as these have been the best years of my career. Since becoming director of my emergency department, ESP has given me incredible support to allow me to succeed in my position. The lack of a corporate feel and a family-style culture makes it a joy for me to be involved in this great company.”

Timothy Curran, MD
ED Medical Director
CHRISTUS Santa Rosa Hospital
New Braunfels, TX

SprinkleLynn2014L“I have had the pleasure of working both with and for ESP’s founding physicians and CEO since they began their journey in 1988. For more than a quarter century, I have seen them remain firm in their commitment to the industry and, more importantly, the patients we serve. They have been involved in local, state and national committees as well as provided leadership and support to our various sites. I would not want to work with any other group!”

Lynn Sprinkle, RN, BSN
Contract Manager
ESP Employee Since (at least) 1996

WelchJanna20xxL“I’ve been with ESP since I finished residency. At the time, I thought I had my dream job working in an urban trauma center with a diverse patient population. Over time, I learned that the benefits of working for ESP went far beyond the financial. As partners, we really have the ability to be decision-makers for how medicine is practiced in our hospitals and how the profession will grow within our region. ESP had the foresight to champion an emergency medicine residency in Austin. As a result, I’ve had the opportunity mid-career to become an academic. I’ve had a fantastic time teaching residents and will be here to help open our new medical school. In talking to our residents about their future job prospects, I always tell them to look for a job that isn’t only what they really want in the next few years, but a position that offers flexibility, diversity, and the ability to grow. We are truly lucky to have that in ESP.”

Janna Welch, MD
University Medical Center Brackenridge
Austin, TX
ESP Physician Since 2005

JacobsenErik2012L“The compensation package that I’ve received is comparable to anybody else I’ve ever worked for. They really seem to care about my future in emergency medicine. It’s not really a job, it’s a career—I can build a career through ESP.”

Erik Jacobsen, MD
CHRISTUS St. Michael Health System
Texarkana, TX

LewisBrandon2009LH“As a young physician, one of the biggest benefits of joining ESP was the outstanding medical directors. My director had a wealth of knowledge and experience and was a great mentor. More importantly, he went out of his way to support me both personally and professionally.”

Brandon Lewis, DO
ED Medical Director
St. Joseph Regional Health Center
Bryan, TX

AndersLisa2011L“I have been working at ESP for more than 10 years. I must say it has the most caring, professional, exceptional people I have ever had the privilege to work for. The group is like a family, meeting and accepting the challenges and changes that health care throws our way. It’s not hard to see why so many of us have been here for such a long time. Great leadership with great people lead one place: excellence!

Lisa Anders

Administrative Assistant
ESP Employee Since 2004

HarperLuke2013L“In the 13 years I have worked for ESP, I am consistently pleased with the level of commitment of our staff. There are no loose ends. Whether it is seamless billing, dependable credentialing, or flexible schedulers, the company provides the ED physician with all the necessary support at the local level. This allows the physicians to concentrate primarily on patient care. In other words, ESP “closes the loop” in the practice of emergency medicine. Physicians feel supported at the individual level and our hospital witnesses ESP’s commitment at the corporate level. I am sure that is why my local hospital has continued to partner with ESP since 1997.”

B. Lucas Harper, MD
Kerrville, TX

“I enjoy working at ESP because my current medical director/ physician group is positive and includes mid-level providers in communication and processes. I feel like a part of the ED team, rather than a second-class provider. I also have great flexibility to spend time with my family while working for ESP.”

Ellen Rutledge, MSN, NP-C
Seton Medical Center Harker Heights
ESP Provider Since 2013

HardingBob2009L“After leaving residency in Pennsylvania to work with ESP in Texas, I did not know how the adjustment would be. The warm welcome from the staff at the various emergency departments that I work in and the support of the ESP organization made my transition from resident to attending surprisingly easy. I have benefited from the established relationships that ESP has developed with their partner hospitals and the mentorship from older physicians in the group.”

Bob Harding, DO
ED Medical Director
Seton Highland Lakes Hospital
Burnet, TX

MorganLisa2011L“I have been working at ESP for more than 16 years, and I still find the work challenging and ever-changing. I am always proud to represent ESP because of our excellent reputation with hospitals and physicians. Our executive team has an open door policy, which is appreciated by office staff, physicians and hospital administration. This special attention provided to all customers has obviously made ESP the company it is today!”

Lisa Morgan

Senior Recruiter
ESP Employee Since 1997

Michelle Rumbaut“We at Guadalupe Regional Medical Center have been very pleased with the level of service, commitment, and especially the shared philosophy of caring for people that we have seen in the physicians and management at ESP for over the past year.”

Michelle Rumbaut
Associate Administrator
Guadalupe Regional Medical Center
Seguin, TX

Frank Mazza“It is a genuine pleasure to work with Emergency Service Partners physicians for our clinical quality and patient safety initiatives. I have never seen any group so thoroughly understand that it is impossible to give the highest level of patient-centered care unless the hospital, its employees, and its physicians all partner to collaborate in making that happen.”

Frank Mazza, MD
Former Vice President, Medical Affairs
Seton Medical Center
Austin, TX

townsendcurtis“It is impossible to perform as a top 10% emergency department without continuous process improvement, quality assurance, and teamwork. With ESP, our working relationships have allowed us to implement new processes, policies, and procedures in a rapid and efficient manner.

A good physician/nurse relationship is imperative to the success of the department, and that is exactly what ESP brings to the table. In fact, it is this relationship that I utilize as one of the selling points during my nurse interviews, to which most nurses raise their eyebrows. They are involved, active, and hold themselves accountable–and as a result, I attribute a large part of our success as a unit to their involvement and seamless teamwork.”

Curtis Townsend, RN, CEN
Former Clinical Manager
Seton Medical Center
Austin, TX

“For almost ten years, I’ve worked for ESP as a nurse practitioner and couldn’t ask for a better employer. Everyone in the office is friendly, professional, and responsive to my needs. The scheduling is great, my compensation package is more than fair, and I have access to the latest medical reference books. Most of all, I appreciate the relationship I have with the ESP physicians. They are consistently supportive and treat me as a valued colleague. All this adds up to a very satisfying job situation that I plan on sticking with until retirement.”

Travis Pipkin, FNP

Shelley Tobey“Emergency Service Partners contracted with our hospital at opening in 2010. I am very supportive of the relationship as they have brought quality, board-certified physicians and medical staff leadership. They have also teamed with the hospital to develop a quality EMR, efficient and quality patient care standards and protocols, and cost-effective care. ESP is always available to assist during the start-up operations.”

Shelley Tobey RN, MS, CENP
Chief Nursing Officer/Chief Clinical Officer
Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital
Flower Mound, TX

Joyce Batcheller“The ESP team is wonderful to work with. Collaboration between the nurses and physicians is very high. The patient care that is delivered in our emergency department is exceptional as a result of this kind of commitment and teamwork.”

Joyce Batcheller, RN, MSN, CNAA
Formerly of the Seton Healthcare Family
Austin, TX

John Brindley“Key advantages displayed by ESP include excellent patient care standards, quality board-certified physicians, commitment to a superior patient care experience, strong medical staff leadership and committee participation, and cost-effective care.”

John Brindley
Formerly of Seton Healthcare Family
Austin, TX

“I have been working with ESP as an emergency physician for not quite one year now. Simply put, I am blown away by how much I am enjoying working for this group. Everyone from the office staff to the co-founders of the group are all very kind, fair, and eager to see you enjoy your career. I have never seen any physician group so intent on keeping you happy, healthy, and balanced for the long term.

Shifts are pleasant, with an appropriate but not excessive patient volume. Admitting hospitalists as well as back-up specialists are all competent and eager to take care of your patients. The schedule is comfortable and fair. All of this is set in the backdrop of Austin, Texas, and the surrounding region, which we have found to be an extremely fun, fit, and artistic area with gorgeous weather and a million things to do.

I can’t express enough how nice it is to come to work at a pleasant, low-stress hospital, see a patient population that is appropriate, work alongside people you enjoy, get paid very well for it, and then come home to one of the best areas in the country. Choosing ESP has been one of the wisest decisions I have ever made.”

Brannon Duncan, MD
Seton Medical Center
Austin, TX