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Our Services

Our company was built to help address the ongoing problem of understaffing and role mismatching in the healthcare industry. This is why we ensure that we understand what our clients need regarding the people they want to welcome into their team. We create an individualized service plan for each of our clients so we can offer quick and efficient responses when they ask for our help to address their staffing needs. We keep tight monitoring of staffing requests so clients can make sure they will be entertained in no time. We staff various healthcare facilities, including hospitals, nursing homes, and rehabilitation facilities. We offer staffing solutions for the following professionals:

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Registered Nurses

Registered Nurses are licensed medical professionals who may play diverse roles in a healthcare team. They may coordinate with patients' doctors and ensure that patients receive the medication and treatment they need to manage their health needs. They also keep track of patients' health updates in detail to promote proper monitoring of patients' progress and responses to the health care they receive. RNs are also known to be among the most flexible professionals. Their responsibilities may range from offering vital signs check, assisting doctors during treatment procedures, and supervising other care professionals as they carry out their tasks.

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Licensed Practical Nurses

Licensed Practical Nurses are certified health professionals that have undergone training in offering basic health assistance like wound care and dressing, vital signs monitoring, catheter care, and more. They may help patients keep track of their medications and ensure that they are taking them on time. They may be tasked with interviewing patients for their health history, taking notes of medications they are currently taking, and other important information about patients' health. They can also educate patients and their loved ones about the patient's condition and help them understand the purpose of the medication and treatment they undergo.

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Certified Nursing Assistants

Certified Nursing Assistants' primary responsibilities involve ensuring patients' overall comfort and safety. The services they provide are highly individualized, as each patient requires different types and levels of care. But they generally help with daily living activities, medication reminders, mobility support, exercise assistance, meal preparation and feeding, personal hygiene care, and others. Since a patient's environment plays a vital role in health management, CNAs may also offer light housekeeping services to help avoid the accumulation of dust and other particles that may cause adverse health reactions.