Are robot doctors in your future? That’s the enticing (or ominous depending on your feelings on robots) question that comes to mind after reading this infographic. The tip comes courtesy of a long time reader of this blog, and since we have featured a number of posts on technology, including the rapidly changing face of prosthetics, I thought this would be fun for everyone to check out. Continue Reading
It’s that time of the month again, time to feature one of our awesome travelers! The featured traveler for the month of February is…Kelsey B! No one can better describe Kelsey than her recruiter, Amy.
Last week in the land of excess, over 10k therapy professionals, students, and healthcare providers came together for 4 days of networking, educational speakers, and possibly a few hands of blackjack. Continue Reading
We are thrilled to introduce you to our featured travel therapist for January…Caleb! Here is what his recruiter, Samantha, had to say: Continue Reading
On January 28, our very own CEO, Jennifer Fuicelli and Staffing Robot’s CEO, Jason Lander will be speaking at a panel at Talent Acquisition Excellence (TAE). This innovative conference is sponsored by HR.com and plans to be a new type of ground-breaking conference with each showcased topic picked by you. Continue Reading
Now that we can safely put away the inflatable Santa, stop hearing those annoying (but catchy) holiday jingles, and most importantly: avoid eggnog for 10 months, it’s time to wish everyone a Happy New Year and get you caught up to date on the latest legislative news coming out of Washington. Continue Reading
Advanced Medical has just earned re-certification with the Joint Commission for the 3rd time. The Joint Commission was created in 1951, with a mission to create a set of consensus-based standards for hospitals and other medical facilities that treat patients. In October 2004, the commission expanded its evaluations to include healthcare staffing organizations. The review process for the Joint Commission focuses on the ability to provide comprehensive staffing services by evaluating training, education, and placement criteria. Furthermore, they look for proficiency in the areas of leadership, human resources, performance management, and information documentation. Continue Reading
Our latest Vacation card winner comes to us via the University of New England, located in Portland, ME. Ryan Hill is the 2014 DPT class president at UNE and also serves as an APTA ambassador representing the Maine delegation.
Ryan is from Detroit, Michigan and is an avid fan of the Detroit Lions, as well as the arch nemesis of my beloved Cleveland Indians: the Detroit Tigers. As you can tell, Ryan is a big sports fan, so it makes sense that he completed his undergraduate years at Grand Valley State, with a degree in Athletic Training. With a love of hiking and snowboarding, Ryan has found a perfect place(UNE) to pursue his outdoor passions. UNE is located within close proximity to mountains and the Atlantic Ocean. The Portland campus is located in a designated historic district and offers a classically picturesque setting, with a central green space surrounded by brick buildings. Continue Reading
We’re excited to feature a physical therapy traveler of Advanced Medical…Kate T! We couldn’t think of a better person to describe her than her recruiter, Samantha. Here’s what she had to say: Continue Reading