CORE Institute looks to hire 15 surgeons

With its upcoming expansion into Tucson, Arizona’s largest orthopedic and neurology practice, The CORE Institute, announced it was seeking 15 highly qualified Board Eligible/Board Certified orthopedic surgeons to be part of its dynamic team dedicated to delivering the best in musculoskeletal healthcare in Southern Arizona.

The CORE Institute plans to open its first Tucson facility this summer. Earlier this year, The CORE Institute announced it had signed a co-management agreement to lead the Orthopedics Department at Green Valley Hospital. Additionally, The CORE Institute will begin recruiting to fill positions for clinical and administrative staff closer to the opening of the Green Valley clinic and future clinical sites.

Among the orthopedic surgeon subspecialties it is seeking include: Adult Reconstruction, Foot and Ankle, Orthopedic Traumatology, Hand Surgery, Shoulder & Elbow Surgery, Sports Medicine, Orthopedic Oncology, Spine Surgery, and Pain Management/ Interventional Spine. Interested candidates should contact: The CORE Institute at or by calling 1.866.974.2673.

“The CORE Institute has earned its national reputation thanks to its talented physicians and we’re very excited to expand that reputation of excellence to Tucson,” said Jason Scalise, MD, Vice Chair and Director of National Physician Integration at The CORE Institute. “We plan to start by adding 15 talented orthopedic surgeons in the greater Tucson area that share The CORE Institute’s passion and a dedication to achieve the best possible outcomes for patients.”

There are several reasons why talented, fellowship trained orthopedic surgeons from across the nation have joined The CORE Institute. The CORE Institute has delivered care to more than a quarter of a million patients from all 50 states and around the world over the past 10 years. The organization has grown to more than 140 providers with nearly 700 employees. It is home to several research facilities including: one of the most sophisticated motion analysis and gait laboratories, state-of-the-art biomechanics facilities, and cell culture-chondrocyte facilities. It’s documented, excellent patient outcomes are ensured by a unique and dedicated Quality Department, which sets benchmarks in orthopedic care through evidence-based medicine and standardized protocols managed through a custom, proprietary IT infrastructure. The organization continues to be a leader in payor-reform initiatives and at the forefront of systems-based quality initiatives that drive value across health care organizations. The CORE Institute’s team of fellowship-trained physicians provides specialized care in the areas of surgical, non-surgical and rehabilitative medicine, across the continuum of musculoskeletal care.
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