Our physician-led health care organization partners with hospitals, health systems and health care facilities to offer clinical services spanning the continuum of care, as well as revenue cycle management, patient engagement and perioperative improvement consulting solutions. Together with our growing network of office-based specialists, we make a difference in the lives of our patients and their families.
This is MEDNAX — the experienced clinical specialists trusted by patients, hospitals, and referring physicians to take great care of the patient, every day and in every way.
See MEDNAX through the eyes of our patients.
What We Do
Our skilled clinicians collaborate with health care partners and providers to develop customized solutions that benefit hospitals, patients and payors through:
Optimizing clinical, financial and operational performance
Improving patient care and the total patient experience
Utilizing clinical tools, quality initiatives, training and robust data and research to optimize care quality and performance
It’s all in the family.
Our integrated, nationwide network of companies across a broad range of specialties helps develop customized solutions for affordable, higher quality care.
From the Newsroom
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Press ReleasesMEDNAX Announces Completion of $250 Million Accelerated Share Repurchase Program MEDNAX Radiology Solutions Launches Artificial Intelligence Incubator to Stimulate Innovation While Driving Adoption in Radiology CORRECTING and REPLACING MEDNAX Continues Its Expansion in Radiology with the Acquisition of Another Leading South Florida Radiology Practice
July 31-August 2, 2018 | Houston, TX
Innovations in Neonatal Care 2018
This conference offers a comprehensive understanding of a particular aspect of neonatal care, covering a new theme each year. Expert faculty includes sub-specialists who provide insight into state-of-the-art treatments, research and techniques focused on the unique conference theme.Learn More
January 24-January 26, 2019 | Steamboat Springs, CO
Steamboat Perinatal Conference
This conference addresses many of the current, dynamic and controversial issues in perinatal medicine. The Steamboat Perinatal Conference attracts a large faculty, all of whom are active in both patient care and clinical research.Learn More
May 16-May 18, 2019 | Glendale, AZ
This conference aims to highlight past achievements in perinatal medicine and outline contemporary strategies to further build upon these successes. It will also review the latest research and recent advancements in improving fetal and neonatal outcomes.Learn More
A history of success.
A future of possibilities.
We began as a single neonatology group in 1979. By meeting the changing needs of our patients, physicians and hospitals, we have grown to become a national provider of health solutions.
Pediatrix Medical Group founded
Pediatric cardiology and pediatric intensive care introduced
Newborn hearing screen program launched
EHR module and clinical data collection capabilities introduced to bolster research, education, quality and safety initiatives
Maternal-fetal medicine and formalized Center for Research, Education, Quality and Safety launched
Online CME and CNE for maternal-fetal and newborn community launched
Continuous quality improvement program introduced
American Anesthesiology founded
Patient Safety Organization formed
MEDNAX parent company founded; 100,000 Babies large scale neonatal quality improvement campaign launched
Quantum Clinical Navigation System introduced as a quality initiative tool for implementation at our anesthesiology practices
Online CME and CNE for anesthesiology community launched
MedData revenue cycle management and Surgical Directions specialized health care consulting service organizations acquired
vRad radiology, teleradiology and telemedicine organization acquired
MedData acquired leading patient engagement platform developer
MEDNAX Radiology introduced