Ensemble Health Partners has kicked off a hiring binge that seeks to add 1,100 new employees to the company by next year, according to a published report. The majority share of the revenue cycle management firm was recently sold to a private equity company for $1.2 billion and is planning to move into a new 400,000-square foot facility in Blue Ash, Ohio next year.
Ensemble currently has 3,600 employees that are working with hospitals, physician’s offices and healthcare providers in 30 states. Among the departments where the company is looking to hire employees are: finance and accounting, information systems, and human resources.
The published report details the emphasis that Ensemble places on a positive culture and the efforts it takes to make sure employees are engaged and fulfilled. One way the company is seeking to streamline the hiring process, for example, is by holding what it calls Walk-in Wednesdays. The company is hosting open job interviews on Wednesdays and qualified candidates can receive a job offer on the spot, the company announced.
“Ensemble is different because it was created by a CEO who cares about the employees, workplace culture and the community,” said Paitra Pinkney, a Quality Assurance Auditor at Ensemble, in the report. “Ensemble means team and this is one big team and family. Ensemble truly cares about the development of their employees.”
Last month, Golden Gate Capital, a private equity firm, purchased a 51% stake in Ensemble from Bon Secours Mercy Health System for $1.2 billion.