BRADENTON, FLA. – Dr. Cori Repp, Managing Physician and Medical Director at U.S. HealthWorks in Bradenton, is one of many outstanding physicians that create the talented team of medical professionals at U.S. HealthWorks.
The U.S. HealthWorks Managing Physician program recognizes leadership and management skills of the U.S. HealthWorks Medical Group in its continual pursuit of the Highest Quality of Care initiatives based on “exceptionalism.” The program goals are based on exceptional medical care delivered by exceptional medical providers.
U.S. HealthWorks Medical Group providers with outstanding clinical, leadership, and managerial skills are named Managing Physicians and utilize those skills to effect positive changes to the quality of care and performance of the U.S. HealthWorks centers.
“Managing Physicians are the ‘best of the best.’ The nomination process is rigorous and the election of candidates held to great scrutiny by their medical peers as well as their Operations and Sales colleagues,” said Dr. Mark Pucek, Chief Medical Officer. “A Managing Physician is a crucial position for U.S. HealthWorks. They are responsible for the center they manage, and take on a huge role, ensuring that we have well-cared for patients, and a productive staff of medical professionals.”
Dr. Repp has been a part of U.S. HealthWorks since 2007, when she joined the team in Bradenton as Medical Director. She has been practicing urgent care and occupational medicine for eight years.
“I love my role as both a Managing Physician and Medical Director with U.S. HealthWorks because we are a first-class medical organization that really strives to provide excellent quality and patient care,” Dr. Repp said. “Our goal every day is to help our patients recover quickly and to reduce overall costs by providing the right care, the right away.”
Dr. Repp graduated from Ohio University with a Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry in 1997. She graduated from the American University of the Caribbean with a Doctor of Medicine degree in 2003. Her Internship was at Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit. In 2005, she joined the occupational medicine residency program at the University of South Florida.
She is an instructor on the clinical faculty for the Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine, A.T, Still University School of Osteopathic Medicine, and University of Tampa. She is a fellow of the American Board of Disability Analysts, and a certified Medical Review Officer.
Dr. Repp has presented at multiple conferences and events, addressing topics in the workers compensation and occupational medicine realm.
About U.S. HealthWorks
U.S. HealthWorks, a subsidiary of Dignity Health, is one of the country’s largest operators of occupational healthcare centers with 222 clinics and worksites in 19 states and more than 3,600 employees, including about 800 medical providers. Our centers collectively serve more than 13,000 patients each day, providing quality medical care to help employees return to work and allow employers to effectively manage claims and reduce lost work time. U.S. HealthWorks also offers special early return-to-work, injury prevention and ergonomics programs. For more information, please visit www.ushealthworks.com or connect with us on Facebook and Twitter.