At Interim HealthCare Staffing, we know that a clinical opening or last-minute call-off doesn’t just impact revenue, it’s a matter of patient safety – that’s why our network of hospitals, physician offices, schools, and government agencies trust us with their critical vacancies. From support staff and MAs to Nurses and PCAs, we specialize in matching talent with full-time, part-time, and per diem opportunities in a variety of practice settings. We see staffing as a strategy for stress reduction.
The challenges of staffing, particularly in the healthcare industry, have become much more complex. Healthcare facilities, governmental agencies, schools, prisons and other organizations have a growing need for qualified healthcare professionals. At the same time, employees are looking for more flexibility and control of their careers. Interim HealthCare has become a leader in the development of a supplemental workforce that provides a great solution for the employer while meeting the needs of the employee.
Medical Staffing Services
From extended block contracts and per diem shifts, to temporary and direct hire, local Interim offices employ patient care attendants, nurses and other healthcare professionals with a variety of different skill sets. If there is a need for a nurse to fill the gap in a high level specialty unit within a hospital, physician office, school, long term facility or clinic, Interim can provide the appropriate staff.
Interim Personnel Services
Interim understands the importance of meeting the unique and complex staffing challenges faced by healthcare service providers. Through Interim Staffing Services, the need for medical receptionists, medical secretaries, medical assistants, call center staff and others can be met.
For those interested in the variety of staffing career opportunities offered by Interim through more than 300 franchise locations or to make an employment connection today, please visit us here.
Providing healthcare supportive personnel to students with disabilities has been recognized as an essential component in ensuring a free and appropriate education. Full and part-time healthcare professionals are used to assist students with disabilities in-home and center-based facilities, special education classrooms, and general education environments.