CLEVELAND, OH - Expect dozens of medical job openings in the near future thanks to a new medical company.
RelateCare is expected to add 100 clinical and administrative jobs over the next year, growing to more than 200 positions over the next three years. A grand opening was held Tuesday on Superior Avenue in Cleveland.
RelateCare is an outsourcing service that provides records consolidation, discharge follow-up calls and the engagement of patients after a hospital visit.
“The Cleveland Clinic relationship with RelateCare, and its parent company Rigney Dolphin, stretches back a number of years to 2009, and the longevity of the partnership is testament to the dedicated and collaborative nature of RelateCare and its team, said Mary Curran, Senior Director, Executive Administration at Cleveland Clinic. “Over the years there have been some great successes and we look forward to developing new and innovative solutions together to meet the shifting demands of healthcare delivery. We hope our relationship will continue to develop as RelateCare launches their new Patient Coordination Center in Cleveland this month.”
They partnered up with the Cleveland Clinic in 2009. Now they've got they're own brick and mortar facility on the ground in the city.
“The City of Cleveland welcomes RelateCare to its new Cleveland home in the Health-Tech Corridor,” said Mayor Frank G. Jackson. “RelateCare will bring more than 200 jobs to the City of Cleveland through its state-of-the art patient coordination center enhancing the quality of patient care for many hospitals and hospital systems throughout the world.”
(Cleveland Clinic file photo by Getty Images)
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