CES Partners, Ltd. Executive Search Consultants

CES Partners, Ltd. is a premier retained executive search firm that specializes in serving healthcare provider organizations with tailored, personalized, senior level consulting services. With a national reach throughout the United States, CES Partners serves health systems, hospitals, group medical practices, associations and senior living communities. CES Partners’ main office is located at 1314 Kensington Road, #5195, Oak Brook, IL 60522-5195.

Health Systems

A Health System comprised of several acute care hospitals, behavioral and rehabilitative health hospitals, doctors' clinics, occupational health, rehabilitation, elder care and independent living facilities in Illinois, Wisconsin, Missouri and Tennessee.

The nation’s second largest Catholic health system.

A comprehensive integrated health system with 13 subsidiary systems servicing central and eastern Michigan.

Iowa’s largest integrated health-care system, serving nearly one of every three patients in the state.

A regional medical center in southeast Kansas and is an integral component of the Via Christi Health System.

Provides oversight, leadership and strategic direction to more than twenty organizations in Canton and Cleveland, Ohio, and Columbia, South Carolina.

A network of hospitals, family medicine clinics, rehab facilities, auxiliary services, and medical education training facilities.

An integrated Wisconsin healthcare delivery system that offers high quality service through a full continuum of care.



A 500-bed Medical Center part of a Chicago-area faith inspired health system that provides many advanced healthcare services typically found in a university hospital setting.

A 439 bed licensed hospital and member of the New York-Presbyterian Healthcare System.


Hospital Networks

An integrated health care network of hospitals and clinics, based in Texas.


Continuing Care Retirement Communities

The largest single site Continuing Care Retirement Community (CCRC) campus in the Greater Chicago area and the 19th largest in the nation.

A suburban CCRC that is part of a 6 facility faith-based operator of senior services.



An independent, community-owned and operated health care provider in Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin.


Group Medical Practices

One of the largest neurosurgical practices in the world based in Cincinnati, Ohio.

A physician-owned, multi-specialty medical group practice dedicated to providing quality, accessible, and cost-effective primary and specialty health care services to residents of the Tri-State area of Northeast Iowa, Southwest Wisconsin and Northwest Illinois.


Medical Centers

An academic medical center in Oklahoma.

Central Indiana’s premier provider of comprehensive orthopedic services and one of the leading sports medicine centers in the United States.

One of the nation’s premier academic medical centers located in the heart of Manhattan, which is composed of four hospitals.

An independent 75-bed regional medical center providing inpatient and outpatient services to the residents of a six-county area with a population of more than 90,000.



A major research unit of the University of Utah. It is a member of the National Comprehensive Cancer Network and holds Cancer Center designation by the National Cancer Institute.



A multi-specialty medical group practice with over 175 physicians and approximately 700 employees operating from over 40 locations in Iowa and Illinois.

A community health system that serves approximately 700,000 people in more than 13 counties across Northeast Georgia.

A healthcare system that serves more than two million people per year from throughout the Washington, D.C. metro area and beyond.

A 555 bed, not-for-profit acute care facility offering services in cardiovascular care, spine treatment, women’s health, major surgery, cancer, behavioral medicine, orthopedics, emergency care, kidney transplant and others.

A regional, fully integrated network comprised of hospitals, physicians and other related organizations providing care.

An independent, not-for-profit evaluation organization that grants board certification—a well-accepted marker of physician quality—to internists and subspecialists.

A not-for-profit group medical practice that is part of St. Elizabeth Healthcare one of the oldest, largest and most respected medical providers in the Greater Cincinnati region.

A not-for-profit network comprised of owned, jointly-owned, managed and affiliated entities. It offers a continuum of health care services for communities across 24 counties.


Children’s Hospitals

A Chicago area specialty hospital providing comprehensive care for children with chronic medical conditions and those with developmental disabilities.


Faith-based Organizations

One of the three Arch Diocese of Chicago youth service organizations with 23 programs.

An organization that provides management services to a wide range of senior-related services and ministry-focused organizations.


Medical Associations

An independent evaluation organization that serves as the highest standard in internal medicine and its 19 subspecialties.