Dallas, Texas (PRWEB) April 20, 2017
The National Association of Locum Tenens Organizations® (NALTO®) recently announced updates to its board of directors, led by Stacey Stanley who officially became NALTO President at this spring’s annual convention in La Jolla, California.
“Stacey’s expertise in healthcare staffing, executive leadership experience, and dedication to the locum tenens industry brings enormous value to our membership,” says Melissa Byington, previous NALTO President and Group President of CHG Healthcare.
Stanley will serve as NALTO President for the next two years, while also continuing as President of Next Medical Staffing, a firm she founded in 2009 and her third successful ownership venture in healthcare staffing.
“It has been an honor to serve on the board of NALTO for the past three years and I am excited to take on the responsibility of President,” says Stanley.
“I hope to build upon the accomplishments of our past President, Melissa Byington, who furthered the mission of our board and the association, enabling us to reach a new level with higher standards. My goal is to increase membership and generate more value for our members, customers and locum tenens providers,” adds Stanley.
The NALTO Board of Directors also welcomed Matt Erickson, Vice President at LocumTenens.com, and John Daniel, Director of Recruiting, with Kingwood, Texas-based Alliance Recruiting Resources. Daniel is a charter member of NALTO and returns to the board as Chair of the Ethics Committee, which he co-founded in 2001.
In addition to those accepting new roles, Andrea Boehme-Hernandez of MEDSTAFF National Medical Staffing and Brent Harrolle of All Medical Personnel, were both re-elected to serve additional two-year terms.
For more information on the National Association of Locum Tenens Organizations® (NALTO®), please visit http://www.nalto.org.
Mike Gianas, Marketing Committee
National Association of Locum Tenens Organizations® (NALTO®)
About NALTO®: The National Association of Locum Tenens Organizations® (NALTO®) is the official governing body of locum tenens staffing whose purpose is to provide industry standards, ethical guidelines, continuing education and a collective forum focused on meeting the needs for care at medical facilities nationwide.