Patient Transfer Center

Conduit Health Partners will work with your hospital or health system to optimize hospital throughput by streamlining and expediting patient transfers 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Our experienced health care professionals will serve as an extension of your team and as a single access point to manage patient flow across networks of care, offering the resources and expertise needed for timesaving patient admissions and improved patient outcomes.

Why choose Conduit for your transfer service needs?

Conduit was designed by clinically trained health care operators.
What Makes Our Transfer Service Different?

Nurse-Driven Model

Conduit serves as the single access point to manage patient flow with a centralized transfer communications system staffed 24/7 by registered nurses.


We use data-driven strategies that help predict and manage patient volume so you avoid delays in the delivery of care. Our team will expertly manage your patient flow, direct admissions, or consultations 24/7 so that your team can focus on its most critical role: providing high-quality patient care.

Optimizing Patient Outcomes

We get to know your facilities, key resources, and those who are accepting patients based on service line, patient diagnosis, and unit where the patient will be placed. Patients get timely access to high-quality care when every minute counts.

Operational Excellence

With a keen understanding of the operational and logistical needs of emergency and inpatient departments, as well as outpatient facilities, Conduit helps reduce overcrowded departments and gives you peace of mind that your transfer processes are running smoothly.

Proven Success

We have served the needs of many health care organizations.
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Transfer Center Cases Managed (2017-present)


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