Mercy Health Announcement

Seven Hills Anesthesia is thrilled to announce our continued partnership with Mercy Health by providing anesthesia services at all Mercy Health facilities in Cincinnati beginning later this fall. Seven Hills Anesthesia is the largest, private provider-owned anesthesia practice in the Greater Cincinnati area. Seven Hills Anesthesia has maintained an ongoing partnership with Mercy Health for several years while providing anesthesia services at Mercy Health – West Hospital and more recently, with the opening of Mercy Health – Kings Mill Hospital. This fall, Seven Hills Anesthesia will additionally assume responsibility of all anesthesia operations at the following facilities:

* Mercy Health – Anderson Hospital
* Mercy Health – Clermont Hospital
* Mercy Health – Fairfield Hospital
* Mercy Health – The Jewish Hospital

We understand that transitions can often be accompanied by uncertainty and apprehension, but please rest assured that our primary goal is to ensure a seamless and painless transition for all involved.

At Seven Hills Anesthesia, we take pride in our commitment to providing exceptional care to our patients, and that starts with ensuring the well-being and satisfaction of our team members. To facilitate this transition, we have a local, highly capable, and knowledgeable Human Resources team who will be readily accessible to address any questions or concerns you may have throughout this process.

Moreover, we are pleased to offer an array of excellent benefits, flexible schedule options, and competitive compensation packages designed to support and reward your dedication and expertise. We recognize the invaluable contributions that each member of our team brings to the table, and we are committed to fostering an environment where you can thrive both personally and professionally.

As you transition to Seven Hills Anesthesia, please know that you are not just joining a team. You are becoming part of a supportive and collaborative community dedicated to excellence in patient care. Together, we will continue to uphold the highest standards of anesthesia services while nurturing a culture of mutual respect, teamwork, and continuous growth.

We look forward to the opportunity to work alongside you in providing exceptional care for our patients.

Warmest Regards,

Kris Durbin, President, Seven Hills Anesthesia
859-200-6867 / kris.durbin@7hillsanesthesia.com

Tyler Davis, Human Resources Manager, Seven Hills Anesthesia
740-502-3478 / tyler.davis@7hillspracmgmt.com

Amber Batchelor, Lead Recruiter, Seven Hills Anesthesia
812-290-6825 / amber.batchelor@7hillspracmgmt.com

   

What should I do if I am a CRNA or Anesthesiologist interested in working at one of the Mercy Health – Cincinnati facilities?

Answer: Visit SevenHillsAnesthesia.com and select the “Careers” page. Select the “Mercy Health – Cincinnati” job opening and submit your contact information. A representative from SHA will reach out to you soon regarding next steps.


Do I need to apply with Seven Hills Anesthesia if I am already working as an anesthesia provider at one of these facilities?
Answer: Yes, all clinical providers interested in working at Mercy Health – Cincinnati locations this fall will need to complete an application on our website regardless of your current employment status with the facility. By completing this contact form, it will allow SHA to obtain a list of current employees who wish to continue their employment at these facilities following the transition.

Tiffany Johnson-Dunn, CRNA featured in Greater Cincinnati Foundation Campaign

Tiffany Johnson-Dunn, CRNA with Seven Hills Anesthesia, was recently featured in a video campaign done by the Greater Cincinnati Foundation. This campaign focuses on economic mobility for black women. In the video, Tiffany shares her story of overcoming obstacles and achieving her goal of becoming a nurse anesthetist.

Her testimony is a true inspiration and we are so lucky to have her on our team!

Please watch and share her video:

Seven Hills Anesthesia Volunteers with Habitat for Humanity

On August 13th, 2022, a group of Seven Hills Anesthesia employees ventured out to volunteer with Habitat for Humanity, a fantastic nonprofit organization that helps families build and improve places to call home.

We joined together to help build a house that ultimately enabled two families to be able to purchase a home of their own. This was an extremely rewarding volunteer day filled with community service and team-building.

We pride ourselves on being an independently owned group serving the Greater Cincinnati area, and feel that is important to give back as much as we can to the patients and community we serve. We look forward to future community service events with our wonderful anesthesia providers!

Corporate Office Volunteers at the Freestore Foodbank

Community service and giving back to those in need is a top priority for our organization. Recently, our corporate office took the day to volunteer at The Freestore Foodbank.

The Freestore Foodbank helps to provide nutritious food, connections to support services, and offers a pathway from crisis to stability.

We had a fantastic afternoon helping our community and look forward to future volunteer events in our Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky community!

Seven Hills Anesthesia Sponsors the Walk To Cure Arthritis – Presented by St. Elizabeth Healthcare

Recently, Seven Hills Anesthesia was proud to sponsor the Walk To Cure Arthritis presented by St. Elizabeth Healthcare.

Over 54 million Americans suffer from the daily pain of over 100 different types of arthritis. It is the nation’s #1 cause of disability affecting people of all ages, genders, and race.

We were joined by our family and friends and had a great time all while helping our community. Seven Hills Anesthesia was proud to be named one of the top 10 teams to fundraise for this fantastic organization.

AANA – Celebrate National CRNA Week

A Celebration of CRNAs

Since 2000, National CRNA Week has been our annual celebration of the nation’s more than 57,000 nurse anesthetists. In 2021, as we continue to navigate through the COVID-19 pandemic, we’ll reflect on the heroic work of CRNAs and SRNAs, recognize the power of our community, and look forward to a future of providing safe and effective anesthesia care to all patients.