For Health Professionals Are you a doctor, associate or healthcare professional? This section of our website is just for you! If you work in the healthcare field around our region, you have landed on the right area of our website for all the latest information on our dynamic field of work. Find a Location Find a Doctor For Health Professionals Menu Physician Services & Medical Affairs If you need to verify privileges on a provider please click the link below. Verification of Privileges Medical Leadership Physician Services Medical Affairs Provider Network Physician Opportunities/APP Careers Relevant Information for Providers Education & Training Career Training Continuing Education in Nursing Instructor/Student Guidelines Nurse Aid Training Course School of Medical Technology Course Description & Program Schedule Admission Requirements Lisa Ann Marshall Scholarship Tuition & Fees Family Medicine Residency Training Benefits and Compensation Contact Us and Application About Northern Kentucky and Cincinnati Message from the President and CEO Faculty Third Year Residents Second Year Residents First Year Residents Hospice & Palliative Medicine Fellowship Pharmacy Residency About Our PGY1 Pharmacy Residency About Our PGY2 Ambulatory Care Pharmacy Residency About Our PGY2 Internal Medicine Pharmacy Residency About Our PGY2 Health-System Pharmacy Administration & Leadership Pharmacy Program About Our PGY2 Oncology Pharmacy Residency Application Information Pharmacy Services Meet Our Residents EMS/Pre-hospital Care Patient Care Follow-Up Certifications & Recertifications Medical Direction & Control Calls EMS Resources PulsePoint Registered Nurse First Assistant Program Resources Associate Self Service Laboratory Services VPN/Remote Access St. Elizabeth Provider Network St. Elizabeth Provider Network (SEPN) is a Clinically Integrated Physician Hospital Organization (CIPHO) committed to providing high-quality, cost-effective health services to the patients it serves. SEPN is a network of healthcare providers and hospitals that participate in joint contracting with payors for the purpose of aligning economic incentives and establishing common quality, care management and information technology infrastructure. Clinical Integration is an active and ongoing process to evaluate and modify practice patterns by the program’s provider participants and create a high degree of interdependence and cooperation among the providers to ensure quality and control costs. Participation in an effective clinically integrated network will provide SEPN’s members the ability to contract collectively with health plans without violating antitrust laws. Visit www.stelizabeth.com/sepn to learn more or contact Brian Clifford, SEPN Manager of Membership and Communications at (859) 212-0072 or email@example.com.