Atlanta, GA—Core Clinical Partners is excited to welcome Kevin Yerovsek as its new Director of Recruiting. Following on Core’s recent new partnerships in Oklahoma, Arizona, and Louisiana, Mr. Yerovsek will leverage his more than ten years of experience in clinical recruiting to continue building outstanding local teams for our hospital and health system partners.
Mr. Yerovsek’s experience includes five years establishing and leading the recruiting program for ApolloMD’s hospitalist medicine contract service, in addition to senior recruiting and business development roles with Virtual Medical Staff, vRad, and most recently Refresh Mental Health.
“Kevin comes to Core with an entrepreneurial spirit and great experience building recruiting programs in new markets,” said Core Clinical Partners CEO Dr. Boykin Robinson. “Our hospital and system partners will be extremely well-served by Kevin’s track record of building strong recruiting relationships with physicians and APPs throughout the country.”
“I am incredibly excited to be joining Core Clinical Partners at this early stage in its growth,” said Mr. Yerovsek. “I previously worked with Dr. Robinson at ApolloMD, and when he asked me to come help build the recruiting program at Core it was an opportunity I couldn’t refuse. His passion for transparency and partnership is real, as is the excitement of the entire Core leadership team.”
In the immediate future, Mr. Yerovsek will be leading efforts to recruit up to 70 clinicians for partner Hillcrest Healthcare Center at eight sites in Tulsa, Oklahoma, and its surrounding communities. If you are interested in discussing those opportunities or others at Core, Mr. Yerovsek can be reached at kyerovsek@localhost.
Mr. Yerovsek is a graduate of Virginia Tech. He lives in Brookhaven, GA, with his wife and three children.
About Core Clinical Partners
Core Clinical Partners is a hospital-based physician services company founded on the principles of partnership, transparency, and clinical alignment, overseeing 25 emergency medicine and hospital medicine programs in five states and serving more than 500,000 patients annually. In a market where outsourced groups have become vendors to their hospitals and staffing agencies to their physicians and advanced practice providers, Core does things differently by providing unique partnership models for both health systems and physicians that align their own compensation to quality metrics. By combining the capabilities of a national group with the kind of individualized, on-the-ground service usually only found in smaller groups, Core is able to guide hospitals and health systems on their journey toward top-tier metrics and outstanding patient experience.