Coronavirus: Disinfecting Your Scrubs

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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 Onsite Interview Event

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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

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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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Why Healthcare Credentials are Important

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Credentials-in-Healthcare-ImageDocuments necessary to begin a new position in a healthcare facility are complex for those new to the field and those who haven’t changed to a new job opportunity. Healthcare workers are required to have a number of documents in order to be compliant and begin working. It is important to know and understand that requirements vary from facility to facility. These requirements and specialty regulations are determined by State regulations, facility type, and membership to organizations such as Joint Commission. Continue reading

Correctional Nursing: A Peek Behind the Bars

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Correctional-Nursing-ImagePassion and commitment are two of the qualities that one will notice when talking with nurses that work within the healthcare settings of correctional environments. Although correctional nursing can have negative viewpoints, there are great aspects to correctional environments for healthcare providers. Discover the 5 benefits of being a correctional nurse. Continue reading