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We invest in our teammates, empowering them to thrive professionally and personally. We focus on programs and services that inspire, protect and engage clinicians.





Envision has been at the forefront of providing systems-based clinician wellness support.

We continue to address the increasing risk of burnout and mental health conditions among healthcare providers nationwide and provide resources to support their evolving needs.

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I love this company. I think it’s a company that cares about my well-being, that cares about whether I’m happy in my job and that cares about the hospital partners that we work with.

Women’s and Children's Regional Medical Director and ENVOY Ambassador
Wellbeing First Champion

ALL IN: Wellbeing First Champion

The medical group has been recognized for ensuring its credentialing applications do not contain stigmatizing or invasive mental health questions that we believe have no bearing on one’s ability to provide care and for encouraging healthcare workers to seek care without fear of losing their license or job.

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Dr. Lorna Breen Heroes' Foundation Collaborator

Through our ongoing work with the foundation, we continue to advance initiatives that support clinicians’ mental healthcare and remove barriers to accessing that care.

Mitigating Violence Against Healthcare Workers

We believe everyone, including healthcare organizations, government agencies and community groups, plays a role in addressing the root causes of violence and creating safer healthcare environments. As such, we continue to provide clinicians with the tools to assess safety standards, mitigate risk and provide support for those impacted.

Danielle Witkowski
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I could not have done this without the support of everyone, including my Envision team.

Danielle Witkowski, CRNA
shared the benefit of a positive work-life balance as she embarked on the World Marathon Challenge in 2023, completing seven marathons on seven continents in seven days.

Supporting Clinicians
Throughout Their Careers

When our teammates grow and develop new skills, our ability to provide high-quality care grows. We strive to provide our teammates with the resources they need to thrive and pursue opportunities that fit their needs. As a result, more clinicians choose to build lifelong careers with Envision.

Clinician-led teams with diverse skills

Diverse practice settings

Continuing medical opportunities and credits

Federal and state advocacy programs

Residency program development and leadership

Litigation support

Peer coaching

Equitable and flexible scheduling

Clinical graduate medical education

Clinical research

Emergency medicine advanced practice provider skills labs

Leadership education and development




Elevating Women in Medicine

As a Regional Medical Director of Emergency Medicine, Dr. Anita Datta is passionate about helping patients heal and her teammates thrive.

Dr. Anita Datta talks about her leadership role as a woman in emergency medicine and her work to uplift and mentor her teammates.

Dr. Anita Datta (left) and
Dr. Kaitlynn Small (right)

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We are very fortunate to have her. It was a pleasant surprise having a female medical director that is so involved in the hospital and the program, and she just demonstrates such respectable leadership qualities as well.

Kaitlynn Small, DO
Emergency Medicine Resident



Envision clinicians are at the forefront of federal and state policy development, advocating for solutions that improve healthcare.


Through programs like the Clinician Advocacy Champions, clinicians are empowered to be more engaged in advocacy and participate in opportunities to speak with legislators on topics that matter to them and their patients. Some of the team’s state and federal initiatives included advocating for the following:

Clinician reimbursement under the CMS 2024 Physician Fee Schedule

Fair reimbursement and proper implementation of the No Surprises Act

Improving patients' access to care through network adequacy

Addressing the public health epidemic of firearm-related injury and death

Reauthorizing the Dr. Lorna Breen Health Care Provider Protection Act

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At the same time, what we really want to do is make things better for not just physicians but also for patients. I think that's really the message that I want to deliver to the legislators.

Harshit Rao, MD
Chief Clinical Officer of Critical Care at Envision

Fostering Diversity
and Inclusion

Our teammates represent the rich diversity
of the communities we serve.

In 2023, Envision continued its Diversity, Equity and Inclusion initiatives, launching three new employee resource groups for all teammates and allies, adding to its previous four. Last year, they continued to promote a sense of belonging and address health equity through educational and community engagement activities, mentorship opportunities and initiatives to support access to care for Spanish-speaking individuals in the U.S.

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