We know anesthesia, and we know how to make it work for individuals, groups, and facilities needing to create value from their anesthesia departments.
We are experienced in providing cost-effective, high quality anesthesia services to hospitals, ASCs and office-based practices.
Leadership & Culture
We partner with our clients to share goals and successes. With us, you never have to worry about your anesthesia department.
Recruiting and retaining the highest performing, most clinically excellent anesthesia providers is one of our specialties.
Cultivating Trust and Reputation in Healthcare with John Sikes
Clients of DPI have experienced meaningful benefits to transitioning to our services, including:
of Sentinel events in a 15-year timeframe
of same-day anesthesia related surgery cancellations
of CRNAs practicing to their fullest scopes of practice
reduction in opioid use in cesarean sections
reduction in overall surgical opioid usage
We’re serious about quality, both in the OR and in the board room.
What Makes DPI Unique?
Being trustworthy and transparent are important to us. When you partner with DPI, you are never left in the dark.
Partnership in Achieving Your Vision
Anesthesia plays an important role in a hospital’s ability to meet financial and quality-related goals. If anesthesia is draining your budget or negatively affecting other metrics, it’s time to consider a change.
High Quality Care
Our experienced anesthesia providers are team-players who are able to provide every type of anesthesia care and keep surgeons satisfied.
What Our Clients are Saying
Chief Executive Officer
Multi-Specialty Regional Healthcare System
As an Administrator for a surgery center, providing optimal patient care is my number one goal. Diversified Professionals Inc has worked closely with our team and together, we have set the bar high for the standard of care we provide. DPI is an asset to our team and the patient care we deliver.
Outpatient Surgery Center
I feel like this group is competent, knowledgeable and thorough in their preoperative and intraoperative evaluations of the patients, and I felt comfortable enough with them to let them administer anesthetics to my family members