(PRWEB) November 11, 2004
According to Sammy Dallal, President of Healthstaff International, Great Neck, N.Y. "The demand for healthcare professionals,especially nurses,has reached a crictical level that cannot be met by domestic supply.In addition factors such as the aging population and new laws set requiring minimum nurses per certain beds will continue to drive increased demands for skilled nurses.The department of labor list's nursing as the number one in growth going to 2012, and estimates the shortages in nurses will keep rising and by 2012 will reach to over 600,000.
To address this crisis, Healthstaff has established offices and training centers in the Philippines to insure the nurses pass all necessary exams to be able to work in the USA.
Healthstaff covers an area that has 3000 graduate nurses per year. Healthstaff selects the most qualified and trains them for the necessary exams and brings them to the USA to work for its hospital clients and other health care facilities.
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