Working with a nurse staffing agency gives nurses great experience, offers higher pay, and gives nurses the type of scheduling flexibility they can’t find in traditional settings.
Stafford, VA (PRWEB) February 15, 2012
Virginia-based nurse staffing agency, FlexRN, announces 10 years of service to nurses and hospitals throughout Virginia and in locations around the U.S. Founded by nurses, for nurses, FlexRN has successfully met the needs of nurses and hospitals alike since December 2001. The agency’s 10-year track record has enabled FlexRN to become a recognized leader in nurse staffing.
FlexRN works with nurses who are looking for flexible schedules in a variety of clinical and hospital settings, by placing them in positions that can last anywhere from a single day to several months. Nurses can choose to work locally, or they can take a traveling position and be placed in assignments around the country.
“Working with a nurse staffing agency gives nurses great experience, offers higher pay, and gives nurses the type of scheduling flexibility they can’t find in traditional settings. At FlexRN, we’re proud to have successfully offered this experience through personalized staffing support for 10 years,” remarked Diana Moncure, Executive Director, CNO of FlexRN.
Hospitals and clinics that are facing nurse staffing shortages, or that need temporary help, rely on FlexRN to provide trained, professional nurses across a wide variety of specialty areas. The agency has solidified its reputation through the ten years it has been in business by consistently offering the highest quality nurses and exceptional support. Most recently, the company earned its recertification by the Joint Commission for health care staffing services, with the unique distinction of having no negative findings from the in-depth survey process.
In 2010 FlexRN joined forces with FlexAllied, which provides therapist staffing services to hospitals and clinics. The combined services have enabled Flex to provide a more comprehensive set of medical staffing services.
For more information about FlexRN and FlexAllied’s nurse and therapist staffing services, visit http://www.flexrn.com. Interested nurses and therapists can learn more about the company and contact a staff member to start the application process. Hospital and clinician staff can learn more about FlexRN and FlexAllied’s placement services and request more information about working with the staffing agency.