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Cox Branson hits 18-month mark
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Posted: Tuesday, June 24, 2014 2:21 pm | Updated: 2:28 pm, Tue Jun 24, 2014.

It has been 18 months since Cox Medical Center Branson hit the Branson scene after the merger with Skaggs Regional Medical Center at the end of 2012.

The hospital has made strides toward improvement both physically, with the addition of the new $ 30 million emergency center on campus, and internally.

“Our service lines we have expanded I think significantly and strengthened those service lines that we already had in place here,” said Dr. Brian Clonts, chief medical officer. “We’re recruiting physicians who are very well skilled, very well trained and, from my perspective, are grade A players anywhere.”

The hospital began recruitment efforts around the time of the merger, Clonts said.

From April of this year through February 2015, 14 physicians will have joined Cox, Clonts said. Mid-level providers, such as nurse practitioners and physician assistants, have also been hired in that process.

“Really a pretty significant number when you think of the size of our facility here,” he said. “If we were a physician practice in places like New York City or Boston, if you had 800 physicians, 14 is normal turnover. With a smaller medical staff, 14 is a pretty significant proportion.”

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