“Healthcare Scouts” Plants Trees

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National healthcare recruiting firm, "Healthcare Scouts" planted trees on behalf of its clients.

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We are proud that HCS has planted 155 trees since January and we are anxious to see that number grow.

Healthcare Scouts (HCS), recruiting firm, announces today that it has planted 31 trees for the month of April through the partnership with non-profit Social Change Organization, Green Air Project.

Through this partnership Healthcare Scouts is committed to plant one tree for every staffing placement made in 2012. Totals are calculated monthly and new trees are planted. HCS’ commitment can be tracked on the GreenAirProject.org website by entering verification code uVXX393.

The partnership, which started January 1, 2012 is having a positive effect on both the environment and business. Healthcare Scouts Managing Director Tyler Schuster comments, “We are proud that HCS has planted 155 trees since January and we are anxious to see that number grow.”

HCS is a recruiting firm specializing in permanent placement of licensed healthcare professionals. Healthcare Scouts specializes in nationwide permanent placements of highly qualified healthcare professionals who value excellence and high quality patient care. Learn more HERE.

Green Air Project (greenairproject.org) is a dynamic non-profit 501(c)(3) social change organization that enables individuals and businesses to reduce their harsh impact on the environment cost effectively. GAP does this by providing a model of combined positive net effect that brings an economy of scale to social change.

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