Consider a Healthcare Job in Long-Term Care
Are you ready to find a more rewarding career in healthcare? Consider bringing your nursing skills to a long-term care environment that will affect the patients and other nurses in a positive way? They will benefit from your experience, patience, ideas, and mentorship. As a contract nurse, you can provide a new set of skills and experiences in a long-term care facility which can improve the facility’s practices and patient care.
There are a variety of opportunities for long-term care healthcare jobs in Wisconsin and nationwide! We’ll work with you to discover your position, benefits, and scheduling needs then we take that information to medical employers to find the best fit for you. All at no cost to you. Now is a great time to consider all your reasons to have a healthcare job in long-term care with Premier Medical Staffing Services.
Premier Medical Staffing Services, LLC announced it has again earned re-certification of The Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval® for Health Care Staffing Services Certification. To be recertified by Joint Commission demonstrates the commitment by Premier Medical Staffing Services to provide qualified and competent healthcare professionals.
Join Our Growing Team!
We’re ready to grow and you can help! Premier Medical Staffing Services has a ground-floor opportunity (internally at our Corporate Office) for a top performing, confident person, with a passion for excellence in business to join our team as a Travel Recruiter!
How would you like to join a small, enthusiastic team that works with Local and National Medical facilities in supporting their professional staffing needs? Where your passion and persistence will be appreciated and well-rewarded? Where there is plenty of opportunity for personal and career growth as well as advancement?
Set Yourself Up for Financial Success in 2019
‘Tis the season for gift giving, baking delicious desserts, holiday decorations, winter wishes and joyful hearts. Soon it will be time to Reset, Relax and Refresh for the new year. As tempting as it may be to spend the rest of December curled up with a big mug of cocoa, a snuggly blanket, and a never-ending Netflix queue, consider putting time into creating your game plan for kicking off 2019 in your most successful way. There are a few simple ways you can invest in your future to create financial success for yourself and it will pay off tenfold.
Hot Jobs – RN Jobs in New Jersey
We’re excited to announce our latest hot jobs from Premier Medical Staffing Services. Check out the below RN jobs in New Jersey. Great opportunities for Travel Registered Nurses or Local Registered Nurses with at least 1 year of experience. These contract jobs include opportunities for RN PICU, RN PACU, RN NICU, and Cardiac Cath Lab RN. Military Veterans, National Guard & Reserve members, and Military Spouses are encouraged to apply. Questions about these New Jersey healthcare contract jobs or others? Contact a Talent Acquisition Manager with Premier Medical Staffing Services today!
During the Summer of 2018, Lauren Hanoski joined our Premier Medical Staffing Services team of Talent Acquisition Managers while on summer break from Carroll University. Double majoring in Athletic Training and Healthcare Administration, she arrived with boundless energy and interest to learn the ropes while blending her personal experiences in healthcare with the business side of healthcare.
She was eager to jump in! Lauren has proven over the summer to be a quick study in healthcare professional recruitment. Before she leaves Premier for the summer and heads back to school, our Community Development Manager, Norissa, sat down with Lauren to see how her summer job went and what advice she has for students.
Healthcare providers are increasingly getting into travel healthcare for the high earnings it offers. Yes, we do make more money than employees at most places, but going into travel nursing with wide-open financial eyes is vital.
What is MMR?
MMR is an abbreviation for three different types of airborne viruses: Measles, Mumps, or Rubella. Once these airborne viruses enter our bodies, they have one purpose: make more viruses. A virus is a master of deceit. It enters your body as a foreign invader and hijacks one of your body’s cells to hide from the antibodies that are patrolling your system. Once the virus is inside the cell, it tells the cell what to make and when to make it. These new cells that were created by the hijacked cell are now carrying, replicating, and spreading these viruses inside your body by the millions every second.
Consider Correctional Healthcare for Your Next Nurse Contract
Correctional healthcare is a hidden gem. If you want to widen your scope of practice as a nurse and you are confident in your assessment skills, this may be a specialty you would enjoy. I would suggest knowing the difference between jails and prisons is essential to understanding which culture is the best fit for you.
Both correctional facilities often treat patients who may not have had access to healthcare or who haven’t wanted treatment. In my experience, jails are short-term and have a revolving door for new and old inmates who need more temporary and short-term care.
What Does This Compliance Checklist Mean?
In a recent social media group talk, a first-time Traveling Nurse posted their frustration and confusion on the list of needs or compliance checklist a recruiter gave them for their first travel assignment. A recruiter asked for the following items from the traveler:
- ACLS… What?!
- TB – Don’t they last a year?
- Years of online modules
- Flu shot
- Fit test
The checklist from the recruiter felt overwhelming and unnecessary to the traveler. It just didn’t make sense. Also, this information was provided too close to the assignment start date and seemed sudden to the Travel Nurse. To start a relationship between a traveler and recruiter on a frustrating note is unfortunate. As a recruiter, you want the Travel Nurse to feel appreciated and informed. Meanwhile, the Travel Nurse wants respect, transparency, and efficiency from their recruiter especially if this is their first contract assignment.