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Emergency Medical Associates Named to Modern Healthcare’s Best Places to Work in Healthcare List for the Third Year



Emergency Medical Associates is among 100 companies nationwide who have been named to the 2013 Best Places to Work in Healthcare list compiled by Modern Healthcare magazine. Emergency Medical Associates is pleased to be the highest ranked emergency medicine physician group on Modern Healthcare’s list.

The recognition program, now in its sixth year, honors workplaces that enable employees to perform at the optimum level to provide patients and customers with the best possible care, products and services. This is the third year that the company has been named to the list.

“Since 1977, our physicians, mid-level providers and support staff have enjoyed a work environment where quality and excellence in practice is the norm. We reward clinical acumen with competitive compensation and benefits, and opportunities for advancement,” explains Raymond Iannaccone, MD, FACEP, president and chief executive officer of Emergency Medical Associates. “We’re honored to again be recognized by Modern Healthcare.”

Nearly 350 healthcare companies participated in this year’s program. The program surveyed employees and analyzed their responses in eight core areas:

  • Leadership and planning
  • Culture and communications
  • Role satisfaction
  • Working environment
  • Relationship with supervisor
  • Training and development
  • Pay and benefits
  • Overall satisfaction

Modern Healthcare revealed the ranked order of the 100 Best Places to Work in Healthcare Oct. 24 at a banquet in Atlanta.

About Emergency Medical Associates
Emergency Medical Associates (EMA) is a medical practice that specializes in emergency, hospitalist and urgent care medicine. Dedicated to providing exceptional solutions for the measurable success of our hospital partners, EMA is recognized for clinical excellence, quality service and sustained improved patient satisfaction. For more information, visit, or


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