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Surgical Notes Supports ESG Program With CareerSpring Partnership

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Surgical Notes Supports ESG Program With CareerSpring Partnership

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Surgical Notes, a nationwide provider of billing services and solutions for the ambulatory surgery center (ASC) and surgical hospital markets, announces it is continuing its partnership with CareerSpring, a networking and job placement platform for first-generation college students. The collaboration, now in its second year, supports Surgical Notes’ environmental, social, and governance (ESG) program.

The Surgical Notes ESG program helps the company better ensure it is cultivating a workforce that is positive, inspired, and reflective of those organizations Surgical Notes serves and supports.

Through its partnership with CareerSpring, Surgical Notes is pleased to welcome back intern Karen Benitez. Benitez, a Dallas native and undergraduate at College of Saint Benedict in St. Joseph, Minn., served as an intern at Surgical Notes in the summer of 2021. Her work is largely centered on data analysis, building on Microsoft Excel skills she learned last year and taking on new responsibilities.

“I’m excited to return to Surgical Notes,” said Benitez. “I’m looking forward to learning new skills that I hope to take to my next job.”

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CareerSpring supports first-generation college students — those whose parents did not attain a 4-year college degree — by helping them understand their career options, learn how to pursue those options with advice from real-world professionals, and launch their career.

“CareerSpring is a great source for bringing in young talent to our organization and giving them the benefit of working in a business environment,” said Surgical Notes President and Chief Executive Officer Randy Bishop. “Future professionals like Karen get to use our leadership as mentors for career guidance and hopefully gain an advantage when the time comes to enter the workforce. Surgical Notes benefits by adding another talented team member who supports our ongoing efforts to better serve the needs of our clients.”  

Source: Surgical Notes, Inc.

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