I am honored to provide the most up-to-date information on badge infection control issues, and to be available to the federal medical community at the exhibit hall to discuss solutions in physician staffing.
Irving, TX (PRWEB) October 31, 2013
Consilium Staffing's Lisa Holmes will be attending the 118th AMSUS Annual Meeting in Seattle, Washington on November 4th and November 5th.
On November 5th, Lisa will be presenting a continuing education session on “Controlling Transmission of Bacteria on Healthcare Identification Badges for Healthcare Workers, Visitor and Patients”, from 4 pm to 6 pm. Medical professionals will receive continuing medical education credits for attending the presentation.
Consilium will also have a booth on the convention floor to discuss what locum tenens can do for military and federal healthcare professionals.
“I am honored to provide the most up-to-date information on badge infection control issues, and to be available to the federal medical community at the exhibit hall to discuss solutions in physician staffing,” said Lisa Holmes, Director of Government Services.
The vision of the 118th AMSUS Continuing Education Meeting is to serve as an educational venue bringing together professionals representing the full spectrum of military and federal healthcare professionals to support clinicians in their pursuit of maintaining their specialty certification and/or license practice.
"Consilium Staffing is excited to be at an event of this magnitude, and to have one of our own presenting makes it very rewarding," said Matt Baade, Executive Vice President of Consilium.
If you will be attending the event, please stop by and say ‘Hello’ to Lisa at booth #728.
To find out more about the 118th AMSUS Annual meeting visit the AMSUS website.
The term, "locum tenens" is a Latin phrase that means to "hold the place of." Consilium Staffing assists hospitals, primary care offices, urgent care centers, correctional institutions, and other healthcare facilities, when those facilities are under-staffed by partnering with physicians, nurse practitioners, and/or physician assistants who are able to provide coverage on a temporary or contract basis.