Building Long-Term Partnerships Since 1988
ESP Launches Freestanding ERs

First facility under construction in Round Rock, with more sites planned in Central Texas

Join Us in Bellville, TX!

New partnership opportunity,
just one hour west of Houston.
Open to Emergency Medicine,
Family Medicine and Internal
Medicine physicians with
EM experience.

Work in Waco!

New openings for Emergency Medicine physicians, NPs, and PAs at Providence Health Center.

Our Medical Directors Aren't Afraid to Get Dirty

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We have room for you!

Looking Out for Our Physicians

ESP's leadership works hard advocating for emergency physicians and their practice environment

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Hospitals Recognize the ESP Advantage

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The Emergency Medicine Experts

Exercising leadership and integrity to drive quality patient care, ESP is the partner of choice for hospitals and physicians.

Long-Term Partnerships for ED Physicians

Explore our career opportunities for physicians throughout the beautiful state of Texas.



The ESP Advantage

Founded in 1988, Emergency Service Partners, L.P. (ESP) is a dedicated group of Emergency Medicine specialists. We believe in a collaborative relationship between the hospitals we serve and our emergency physician partners.

ESP’s management model promotes strong Medical Director leadership, competent emergency physician groups, and productivity-based compensation. ESP also collaborates with our hospitals on quality initiatives such as improving core measure performance and initiating cutting-edge protocols and pathways.

ESP is also a democratic partnership, meaning that after two years of full-time work, physicians have an opportunity to become an owner of the group practice.

Current News

Oct 17, 2014
Dr. Brandon Lewis was elected to a three-year term on the Board of Directors of the American College of Osteopathic Emergency Physicians (ACOEP) at its fall meeting in Las Vegas, NV, October 10-15, 2014. He previously served two one-year terms from 2000 to 2001 and from 2005 to 2006. "The biggest issue facing the group right now is the ongoing process of creating a single residency approval system and assisting all of the osteopathic residencies for that transition," Lewis said. In addition, he hopes to focus on continued development of the New Physicians in Practice Committee, which he has... Read more »