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Four New Residency Sites Partner With Robbins Institute

May 22, 2020

This year's graduating class had exciting opportunities with various residency sites across the United States, including four new residency sites. These new residency organizations offered several MBA Healthcare candidates advanced learning opportunities in diverse settings across the healthcare spectrum.

"We are thankful to the leaders of these organizations for their partnership and for joining the growing number of Robbins Institute MBA Healthcare residency sites," says Forest Kim, program director.

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AccentCare headquartered in Dallas, Texas, was the location of Reanna Gomez's administrative residency. A novel residency site for the Robbins MBA Healthcare Program, AccentCare has many focus areas, including skilled home healthcare, hospice services, private duty nursing and care management. Utilizing these concentration areas, AccentCare provides comprehensive care and guidance for short-term, complex and chronic conditions.

Another new residency site for the MBA Healthcare Program is United Surgical Partners International (USPI) headquartered in Dallas, where Justin Davis completed his administrative residency. USPI works with over 50 not-for-profit health systems in order to establish and operate outpatient surgical centers. USPI currently operates and partially owns in excess of 400 ambulatory surgical centers and has partnerships with more than 9,000 physicians. USPI was acquired by Tenet Healthcare in 2018, resulting in more resources and opportunities for its operations.

Carondelet St. Joseph’s Hospital located in Tucson, Arizona, is a new site for the Robbins MBA Healthcare Program. Erika Griffin completed her administrative residency at this for-profit, 449-bed acute care facility owned by Tenet Healthcare.

Delray Medical Center, where Maria Morales Menendez fulfilled her administrative residency, also is partnering with the Robbins Institute as a residency site. Based in Delray Beach, Florida, Delray Medical Center is a for-profit hospital with 512 beds. The medical center is operated by Palm Beach Health Network, which is also owned by Tenet Healthcare.

We welcome these four organizations to the Robbins Institute residency program. We look forward to the growth and professional development they will afford our future MBA Healthcare candidates.

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