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The Surgical Services "Halo Effect"

Gaining or advancing trauma designation improves hospital funding and unlocks additional care pathways such as trauma, urgent and emergent general and orthopedic surgery, as well as surgical critical care. This "halo effect" improves a hospital or health system's reputation by demonstrating its commitment to serving the dynamic healthcare needs of the community.

Our Surgical Services program specialists help hospitals achieve trauma designation We have a 100 percent success rate within our current base of >30 hospital partners at achieving or advancing trauma designations.

Surgical Services offerings include pre-operative, surgical and post-operative care for the following:
  • Trauma — operative and non-operative
  • Urgent and emergent general surgery
  • Emergency orthopedic surgery
  • Elective practice offerings to operate alongside our acute practices if desired
Strengthen Your Surgical Department

Deploying a dyad management structure of clinical and operational leadership, our program boosts quality metrics to improve the hospital’s success at achieving its goals for quality. This is especially true in the growing number of quality-driven payment models.

By empowering our surgeons to lead quality and operational initiatives and offering flexible scheduling models, we foster better patient experience and outcomes along with higher physician satisfaction and retention.

Stable group of dedicated surgeons providing general, trauma and orthopedic coverage

Recruiting advantages for attracting additional surgical subspecialists

Confidence of the hospital medical staff in retaining or referring surgical patients

Leadership, planning and support in helping hospitals achieve or advance trauma designation

Opening capability and resources for more surgical cases and additional supporting services

Our Expertise in Action

Wooster Community Hospital (WCH) struggled with multiple contracts for radiology services and quality assurance processes that were difficult to track. Partnering with Envision and leveraging our distributed radiology model, WCH achieved a new standard of quality and simplified Joint Commission inspections in three meaningful ways.

CASE STUDY

E.D. Throughput and Quality Process Implementations Improve Patient Flow Amid Volume Surge

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The Envision Difference

We are the group of choice for clinicians at any stage of their careers.

Combining a highly experienced and dedicated national infrastructure with local support, we leverage our breadth and depth of clinical and operational resources to allow clinicians to minimize administrative concerns and spend more time on what matters: taking care of patients.

Professional Development

We invest in our clinicians, supporting their professional growth through personal mentoring, all practice support services, and national leadership programs for those desiring to advance their business and administrative expertise. We support their pursuit of specific clinical passion in surgical services, including development of specific procedural expertise, education and quality initiatives, just to name a few.

Work-life balance is important to me. Envision provides all of the support I need to achieve that. I'm always at peace that my patients will be taken care of while I am spending valuable time with my family. It's a big company, but it maintains a family atmosphere.

Mohamed Ahmed, M.D.,

General Surgeon, Riverside Community Hospital Riverside, CA

Meet our President of Surgical Services

Mathis T. Adams M.D., FACS

Mathis T. Adams M.D., FACS

President
Surgical Services

Dr. Mathis Adams serves as the president of Envision Surgical Services. Prior to his current role, Dr. Adams was the regional medical director and executive vice president for the company’s surgical services division and  was recognized as the physician of the year for surgical services in 2014. Dr. Adams joined the company in 2010 as a trauma and acute care surgeon for a number of Texas hospitals before becoming trauma medical director. 

Dr. Adams has years of experience in private practice, serving as medical chief of staff, surgery department chair and a member of several peer review committees. He was a recognized trustee of the Texas Hospital Trustee Association in 2009. He received his medical degree from Texas Tech University School of Medicine and is certified by the American Board of Surgery for general surgery. Dr. Adams is also a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons and a member of the Eastern Association for the Surgery of Trauma.