Brooks is a sheer delight to work with and we are thrilled to recognize his contribution to our continued success,” says Anne Penny, CPC, President and Managing Partner of Emerson Professionals, Inc
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Boca Raton, FL (PRWEB) May 23, 2013
Emerson Professionals, Inc., award-winning specialists in healthcare recruitment and academic recruitment, is pleased to announce the promotion of Brooks Stockmon to Regional Director of Account Development. Brooks joined the organization three years ago, and quickly distinguished himself among his peers through his commitment and dedication to both candidates and clients.
Prior to joining Emerson Professionals, Inc., a women-owned and managed boutique operation, Brooks has functioned successfully in critical roles throughout the years in the recruiting industry as well as the private sector. Brooks owned and managed a successful insurance business and has enjoyed living in a number of regional areas across the U.S.
Brooks combines his knowledge and experience with a strong passion and sense of urgency. His desire to match the right person to the culture, core values, and beliefs of an organization has enabled Brooks to achieve a sterling reputation among both clients and candidates. He attributes his success to “persistence, resilience, patience and his appreciation for his ability to change people’s lives every day.”
“Brooks is a sheer delight to work with and we are thrilled to recognize his contribution to our continued success,” says Anne Penny, CPC, President and Managing Partner of Emerson Professionals, Inc. “He will be leading our team, expanding and developing our client base of academic institutions, hospitals, clinics and any organization needing allied health and nursing professionals.
“We expect our nursing education sector to be quite active, given the current critical shortage in nursing faculty, and nursing schools turning away approximately 80,000 qualified students for BSN programs last year”.
However, nursing is not the only sector to be impacted. The unemployment rate for current experienced occupational therapists is approximately 1%.....nationwide! Since 2010, there has been an 8% increase in requests for mid-level providers (nurse practitioners and physician assistants) full time and locum tenens.
For-profit, secondary education organizations across the country are ramping up new healthcare programs to meet the increasing student demand. These include: Surgical Tech, Medical Assistant, Vet Tech, Dental Assistant, and Medical Billing and Coding.
Also existing programs are expanding and becoming more diversified to encompass additional allied health, nursing and graduate nursing curricula. Health Information Management (HIM) is another discipline getting a lot of attention due to the federally- mandated EMR compliance requirement of all healthcare providers nationwide by 2014.
The government is very serious in terms of ensuring that the conversion rate to EMR technologies is appreciable and that is why along with grants and federal funding, more college-level programs aimed at creating more Health Information Management professionals are likely to be introduced as 2014 draws near. This will ensure that the impending explosion in electronic records numbers is addressed with the availability of qualified professionals—further helping to reduce the overall costs for employing healthcare computer technologies and easing the entire process.
Brooks invites inquiries from potential clients and candidates to contact him at: 1-561-995-5151 or brooks(at)emersonprof(dot)com.
About Emerson Professionals, Inc. …….. http://www.emersonprof.com 1-561-995-5151
Emerson Professionals, Inc. was founded in Boston, MA, in 1976. Emerson specializes in the placement and passive recruitment of healthcare and academic professionals on a national basis. Corporate headquarters was relocated to Boca Raton, FL, in 1994. Today, Emerson, a multi-office operation, enjoys an outstanding reputation among their long-standing clients who are leaders in the academic and healthcare arenas, due to their relationship-based approach.