Stambush Staffing Featured at TPTA Southeastern District Event

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Scott Stambush Addresses Hiring Strategy for Houston Physical Therapy Staffing Agency

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We think the inexperienced new graduate would be best served if the new therapist got a job in a hospital, or other permanent facility, where he/she could see a wide variety of patients...

The Southeastern District of the Texas Physical Therapy Association recently featured Scott Stambush, owner of a Houston physical therapy staffing agency, as a speaker at its Feb. 24 meeting.

Stambush, along with his wife Susan Stambush, PT, OCS, founded Stambush Staffing in 1989. From the beginning, their staffing agency has had a policy of not hiring new physical therapy graduates, and Stambush spoke to an audience of approximately 100 students and TPTA Southeastern District leaders on why they have upheld this policy for more than 20 years.

“The reason we don’t hire inexperienced graduates is simple,” Stambush said. “We think the inexperienced new graduate would be best served if the new therapist got a job in a hospital, or other permanent facility, where he/she could see a wide variety of patients, as well as be around very competent, experienced and helpful staff to provide mentoring.”

Stambush received positive feedback from experienced therapists in attendance, as his philosophy is designed to make the profession stronger and increase patient outcomes.

In addition to speaking, Stambush sponsored two drawings for $100 each. Physical therapy students in the Houston area won both drawings.

About Stambush Staffing

Stambush Staffing is one of the leading medical staffing agencies in Houston. Established in 1989, Stambush Staffing exclusively serves the physical therapy, occupational therapy and speech therapy professions. Due to its more stringent hiring requirements, Stambush is known for offering the highest-quality therapists. For more information about Stambush Staffing, please visit the blog at http://blog.stambush.com.

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