Celebrating Our Newest Partner Organizations

We’re taking a moment to recognize partner organizations that have recently launched the Clinician Experience Project. Dedicated leaders, teams, and individuals have put months of hard work into these collaborative events to kick off new learning and development programs. Join us in celebrating these collective efforts!

Henry Ford

Henry Ford joined the Clinician Experience Project community in late summer 2019. Leaders are focused on helping nearly 2,000 clinicians thrive as they embark on their CEP partnership.

SCL Health

SCL Health joins the CEP community with nearly 1,000 medical group clinicians and leaders in Montana and Colorado. Pictured below is the October 2019 activation bootcamp in Grand Junction, CO. 

Banner Health

Banner Health brings more than 1,000 clinicians and leaders to the CEP community from Arizona and Colorado. On launch day in November 2019, pictured below, 100 leaders completed an ideation session on how to integrate the CEP into daily life at Banner Health.

Truman Medical Centers

Truman Medical Centers joined forces with the Clinician Experience Project, launching in early January this year. Clinicians, leaders, and residents at two Kansas City hospitals will use the CEP for a myriad of categories of skill development.

Saint Luke’s

Saint Luke’s Physician Group, along with the Critical Access Hospitals and Emergency Medicine Departments, launched the CEP just this week in Kansas City, MO. We welcome them to our growing CEP community!


OhioHealth also launched this week in Columbus, Ohio. Clinicians and leaders in the Hospital Medicine department will use the CEP to further their imperatives and initiatives.

Access Health 

We also welcome the clinicians and leaders from Access Health in Florida. The team at Access is focused on patient connection and leadership development.

Curious about how to engage clinicians in skill development through a programmatic approach? Let us know know by Getting Started.

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