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Medical Staffing Solutions in Lincoln, Nebraska

health Care Staffing Services in Lincoln Nebraska

For medical staffing services in in Lincoln, Nebraska, hospitals, nursing homes and other healthcare facilities know that they can turn to Interim HealthCare.

Interim offers medical staffing services that range from extended blocked contract positions to per diem shifts. Our nurses and other health care professionals are fully trained with a variety of skill sets. So whether you need an RN to fill the gap in a hospital in Lincoln have an LPN out sick at a physician’s office in York or need coverage for a school nurse in Clay County, you can rest assured that Interim can provide the healthcare staffing services you need.

Our healthcare facility staffing solutions can help you to…

  • Provide clinical staff that they do not currently employ for projects and services
  • Cover for vacations and holidays
  • Fill the gap for last minute call-offs
  • Meet a short term staffing need or cover for an extended leave of absence
  • Meet staffing needs during census peaks
  • Reduce costly overtime and staff burn-out
2015 Staffing Industry Analysis
In addition, healthcare providers rely on Interim HealthCare of Lincoln to provide direct hire and temporary sourcing services that can: Reduce costs and staff time associated with full time hiring and Improve employee selection results through our 13 week “try before you hire” program.
 

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