Spectrum Healthcare Resources, as a member of a small business joint venture, has announced it has been awarded a position on the Defense Health Agency (DHA) Medical Services contract. The five-year, $7.5 billion contract will provide medical staff to support the Army, Navy, Air Force and other military treatment facilities around the globe.
Through this partnership, Spectrum Healthcare Resources (SHR) will provide a wide range of healthcare professionals to military treatment facilities to maximize operational efficiency and enhance patient care while improving patient and staff satisfaction. The award covers all four market segments: physicians, nurses, dental, and ancillary healthcare personnel. SHR is one of only ten companies to win all four market segments.
“Our team is pleased to have been selected to enhance the capability of the Military Healthcare System (MHS) and to provide high quality healthcare services to the U.S. Military members and their families,” Sheila Bodenschatz, SHR’s VP of National Markets said. “Our 30 year history of supporting the MHS will enable us to deliver medical services throughout the Department of Defense in all 50 United States, the District of Columbia and the U.S. Territories of Guam and Puerto Rico.
Founded in 1988, Spectrum Healthcare Resources has been providing permanent, civilian-contracted medical professionals exclusively to U.S. Military Treatment Facilities, Veteran Affairs clinics, and other agencies of the Federal Government. Proven through our solid reputation in the healthcare management staffing industry and our Joint Commission certification, Spectrum continues to successfully attract and retain the most qualified healthcare professionals to help our client facilities serve their patients.
As we look to the future, we focus on what matters most – caring for America’s military families, veterans, and Federal employees.