HEALTH CARE STAFFING SOLUTIONS
When we partner with new clients, we first make sure that we understand their unique needs and specifications. This allows us to create an action plan that helps us act quickly whenever our staffing services are needed. Staff members are at the heart of every successful health management service; thus, we make it a point to provide our clients with professionals they can rely on to offer nothing but quality assistance.
We offer the following staffing services:
Registered nurses make the highest population in a hospital or clinical setting. They are also essential members of home health care since they can supervise other care providers. For these reasons, ensuring that you have flexible, well-trained RNs is a must to manage your patients’ health. They are qualified to monitor patients’ health and assist with treatment and health management. They are also experienced in keeping detailed records of patients’ progress, which are utilized in adjusting the care or medications they receive.
Certified Nursing Assistants
CNAs’ main responsibility is maintaining patients’ safety and comfort. They may assist medical professionals in transferring or moving patients if needed during checkups and treatment. They may also serve as patients’ companions who they can talk to and rely on to assist them throughout the day. Since our CNAs are all registered professionals, they have undergone training in caring for individuals with different needs. They also understand the importance of respecting patients’ dignity and promoting their independence through quality services. On instances when concerning health changes manifest, CNAs report to a doctor or a registered nurse for immediate response.
Licensed Practical Nursing
LPNs are registered professionals who may assist with health monitoring, medication intake, and basic treatment services, like wound care and dressing. Like other healthcare team members, they follow each patient’s healthcare plan to ensure that the support they receive is suitable for their needs and preferences. LPNs may also take patients’ health history information and educate patients and their family members about their condition and their treatment.