5 Things Healthcare Facilities Need in a Travel Nurse Staffing Partner
1. Access to a large, diverse supply of QUALIFIED nurses
You’ll want to partner with a company who has a large network of clinicians. However, size isn’t everything. The experience level of the network must be top notch to ensure your quality of care remains high.
That’s where AMN Healthcare comes in. We have the largest
network of qualified nurses in the nation, including high-need and hard-to-fill
specialties. All AMN clinicians undergo rigorous screening and are provided
with continuing education courses to ensure compliance at all times. Plus, 50%
of AMN RNs have BSNs vs. 34% in the general RN population; the majority of AMN
RNs have over six years of experience; and over 70% of AMN nurses are rebooked
due to nurse quality and client satisfaction.
2. A flexible, cost-effective staffing solution
You may only need extra help for a few weeks out of the
year, or maybe you need a much more consistent influx of nurses. Regardless of
what you need when, your partner should be flexible and available when you need
them...while staying within your budget.
Temporary staffing is AMN’s specialty so we always have
top talent available when you need it, for as long as your require. Temporarystaff contracts can be arranged for the busy season, and
when demand drops to typical levels, your facility can return to a smaller
permanent nurse workforce. Plus, AMN hourly rates are competitive with the
total cost of a FTE, so you can reduce OT costs and fill seasonal needs without
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