Boca Raton, FL (PRWEB) March 03, 2014
American Traveler Staffing Professionals has earned its 6th consecutive Joint Commission Gold Seal of Approval for healthcare staffing firms. The certification illustrates the experienced travel nurse company’s dedication to increasingly high levels of service to its healthcare clients.
The independent, not-for-profit Joint Commission was founded in 1951 to ensure the safety and quality of patient care, through accreditation programs and related services that support continuous performance improvement in healthcare organizations.
The certification review evaluates healthcare staffing agency performance based on:
Healthcare Staffing Excellence is a Team Effort
The Gold Seal of Approval recognizes American Traveler’s commitment to excellence in providing healthcare facilities with registered nurse professionals that deliver quality patient care and to provide client travel nurses with rewarding careers.
Mary Kay Hull, Vice President of Recruitment at American Traveler Staffing Professionals recognized the American Traveler team stating, “We would like to thank our clinical staff in the field for your participation in this process, your dedication to your profession and your daily passion for providing excellent patient care. We would also like to thank our Corporate Staff whose knowledge, professionalism and client service driven attitudes thoroughly impressed The Joint Commission Representative. Special mention and praise were noted for key employees in recruitment and compliance departments including: Kristin Zandee, Jennie Rayner, Fran Golden, Lisa Harrington, Tsega Lawrence, Michala Nowak, Valerie Podwill, Debbie Bacurin, R.N.”
About American Traveler
The Joint Commission-certified American Traveler specializes in short-term, per diem, travel nursing and permanent positions for RNs, Physical Therapists, OTs, SLPs and other allied health professionals. American Traveler places healthcare professionals into rewarding positions nationwide, from world-renowned teaching hospitals to rural medical facilities.