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    New Nurse Staffing Agency Knows How Nurses Want To Work

    New Nurse Staffing Agency Knows How Nurses Want To Work
    Nurses Now! Delivers The Benefits Nurses Want And The Nurses Healthcare Facilities Need
    BALTIMORE, MD -- (INTERNET WIRE) -- 11/13/2002 -- Nurses Now!, a new nurse staffing agency serving healthcare facilities in the Baltimore/Washington, DC area, knows how nurses want to work. And, in the current state of the healthcare industry where there is a huge demand for nurses and a dramatic shortage of supply - Nurses Now! is delivering the benefits nurses want and the staff the healthcare facilities need. By offering unique perks such as same day pay, full benefits (medical, dental, vision, 401K, short and long term disability, life insurance and bonuses) and even the ability to choose where, when and how often they work - Nurses Now! is helping to make the nursing profession more attractive to current and potential nurses.

    According to a 2002 report by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations, there are 126,000 nursing positions unfilled in hospitals nationwide. With the aging of the nation's baby boomers and nurses themselves, it has been estimated that this number will quadruple by 2015.

    The shortage creates an urgency to provide an environment that is attractive to qualified nurses. In response to this increasing demand for temporary and long-term nursing staffing needs, Nurses Now!, opened its doors this past September and is seeing greater than expected interest from both healthcare facilities and nurses alike.

    According to Nurses Now! President and CEO, Ben David, "During my time as a VP for United Healthcare, I saw companies that provided per diem nurses for healthcare facilities, but didn't serve their internal customer - the nurses. By better serving our internal client with flexible schedules, competitive compensation and full benefits for both full and part-time employees we will attract and retain the highest quality clinicians. This allows us to serve our hospital clients better and ultimately deliver better patient care."

    Nurses Now! in-house nursing staff conducts in-depth evaluations of applicants including: licensing and accreditation, skills checklist, criminal background checks and drug testing to insure the nurses are of the highest caliber.

    Healthcare facility interested in learning how Nurses Now! can help with their clinical staffing needs, or RN, LPN or CNAs interested in joining the Nurses Now! team, can call 410-234-9888.

    Contact: Ben David
    Title: Media Contact
    Phone: 410-234-9888


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    This is obviously an advertising type press-release, not a news article.


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