Premier Moves to New Office Space

Premier Medical Staffing Services, LLC
Announces Move to Larger Office Space

Move Reinforces Company’s Commitment to Continued Growth and Expansion

Milwaukee, WI – Premier Medical Staffing Services, LLC, a leading national healthcare staffing firm for healthcare professionals and companies, is pleased to announce that they have moved to a larger office space to accommodate the company’s continued growth and success. Previously located at 10150 W. National Avenue, Suite 150 in Milwaukee, WI, the company moved to its new location at 2514 S. 102nd Street, Suite 340 in Milwaukee, WI on Monday, May 4th after completing a series of upgrades and renovations to the new premises.

At just over 7,800 square feet, Premier Medical Staffing Services’ new office location will house the company’s current 40+ corporate employees and is amply provisioned to accommodate future headcount Continue reading

2020 Nurses Month Discounts & Freebies

In honor of National Nurses Week and the American Nurses Association’s Nurses Month, some of our favorite vendors are giving away free and/or discounted merchandise to nurses, doctors, first responders and other front line workers. Keep scrolling to see if your favorite vendor is on the list!


Academy Sports + Outdoors Discount: Through May 25, Academy Sports + Outdoors is offering a 10% discount to nurses, military veterans and other first responders and healthcare professionals, both in stores and online. 

Adidas Discount: Nurses and other medical professionals can get a 40% discount on adidas.com.  

Amazon Nursing ebooks: Amazon offers a selection of free Kindle books for nurses. 
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Interview with Nurses on Fire

Naseema McElroy, Nurses on Fire podcaster and blogger at Financially Intentional

Premier Medical Staffing Services’ mission is to “make a positive difference in those we serve.” To help transform this mission into a reality, Premier is dedicated to providing our clinicians with a variety of high-quality resources that they can use to succeed both professionally and personally. We recently had the opportunity to interview Naseema McElroy, host of the Nurses on Fire podcast and founder of Financially Intentional (a blog about personal finance and living life intentionally) to discuss how clinicians can become empowered about their finances.

Come along with us as Naseema explains the tips and tricks she used to free herself from almost $1 million dollars of debt and why she thinks financial freedom is within every nurse’s grasp.
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Interview with Marie Purvis

Marie Purvis, Global Master Trainer at Nike

Clinicians across the nation are facing an increasing amount of stress and pressure as our healthcare system attempts to do more with less. Now, more than ever, it is imperative that our country’s healthcare workers are armed with the resources they need to stay mentally, emotionally and physically healthy. Premier Medical Staffing Services recently had the opportunity to interview Marie Purvis, Global Master Trainer at Nike, to discuss realistic ways for busy clinicians to incorporate fitness into their daily lives.

Marie Purvis is an international trainer and fitness professional with an innovative and creative approach to training. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Portland State University with an emphasis on Exercise Physiology. She has also received her Personal Trainer Certification through the American Council on Exercise.

With over 16 years of professional and personal training experience, Marie Purvis’ programs focus on functional training. She has worked with professional athletes and celebrities, including Serena Williams, Nick Symmonds, Shawn Johnson, Lea Michele and Gabby Douglas (to name only a few). Her unique expertise and background serve her well as she creates content for the Nike Training Club app which gives consumers access to personal training anytime, anywhere.

Marie Purvis can be found on Instagram where she frequently posts live workouts and other fitness information.
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Healthcare Worker Burnout

Healthcare facilities across the nation are under an increasing amount of pressure to do more with less. From a healthcare staffing shortage to increasing patient volumes, the strain on available resources is becoming increasingly more palpable.

Nowhere is this resource strain more strongly felt than among the nurses, doctors and technicians that make treatment and patient care possible. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, between now and 2026, an additional 203,700 new registered nurses will be needed annually to fill newly created positions and replace retiring clinicians. Additionally, the Association of American Medical Colleges predicts that the United States will experience a shortage of up to nearly 122,000 physicians by 2032 as demand for care outpaces new medical college graduates.

While many institutions are taking great strides to help fill these workforce gaps, healthcare facilities are being forced to rely upon their current clinicians to make up the difference in the interim. Consequently, healthcare practitioners of all kinds are managing larger than normal caseloads, consistently working mandatory overtime and are struggling to combat the effects of healthcare worker burnout.

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Coronavirus: Disinfecting Your Scrubs

As the front line of defense against the Coronavirus pandemic, nurses and doctors are continuously placed in a scenario where they may be exposed to the COVID-19 virus. While routine hand washing and the use of hand sanitizers and personal protective equipment (i.e. gowns, masks and gloves) are extremely effective methods of preventing further contamination, there is one medical accessory that is being routinely overlooked: scrubs, the universal uniform of the healthcare professional.

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Healthcare Professionals Networking: Mini Bowling

Healthcare Professionals Networking: Mini Bowling

Roll with Premier at Thirsty Duck for Mini Bowling on March 11

We’re hosting Healthcare Professionals Networking: Mini Bowling in March. If you’re in the Milwaukee area on contract, you’re not alone. Join your healthcare colleagues and Premier on Wednesday, March 11 for a fun night of free mini bowling, food, and drinks. Great way to meet other healthcare professionals, attend a networking event with a new colleague,  and learn about working with Premier.

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Healthcare Onsite Interview Event

Join us for an informal Q&A at Miss Molly’s Cafe in Wauwatosa on Friday, March 6. Grab a cup of coffee on us and ask our expert Premier Medical Staffing Services recruiters questions you have regarding travel nursing, working with a staffing firm, or what makes Premier stand out from other staffing agencies. This is also a healthcare onsite interview event where we review your experience, start your application in person, and discuss contract opportunities we have in Wisconsin and nationwide.

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Nurses Night Out: Mini Bowling

Nurses Night Out: Mini Bowling at Thirsty Duck

Roll with Premier at Thirsty Duck for Mini Bowling on February 20

We’re hosting Nurses Night Out in February. If you’re in the Milwaukee area on contract, you’re not alone. Join nurses and other healthcare colleagues and Premier on Thursday, February 20 for a fun night of free mini bowling, food, and drinks. Great way to meet other healthcare professionals, attend a networking event with a new colleague, and learn about working with Premier.

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Nurse Networking Event at La Fuente

Nurse Networking Event at La Fuente

Join us at La Fuente in Milwaukee for Networking with Nurses and Premier

Let’s be inspired together! If you’re in the Milwaukee area on contract, you’re not alone. Join nurses and other healthcare colleagues and Premier on Thursday, February 13 to socialize and learn at La Fuente in Milwaukee. Great way to meet other healthcare professionals, attend a networking event with a new colleague, and learn about working with Premier.

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