The Recruiting Network

Experienced healthcare recruiters in all aspects of medical recruitment. Specialized in nurse recruitment...especially proficient with Nurse Practioner, Physician Assistant & Registered Nurse.

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Job Seekers

Think all recruiting agencies are the same? Not The Recruiting Network. If you work in healthcare, especially as a nurse, put our team to work for YOU & take your next, great career step. Apply here!

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TRN supplies permanent solutions in a very temporary healthcare environment. We act as your agents in the market, discreetly sourcing your next, key hire.

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Our Mission is to source excellent candidates within the Healthcare and CPG industry for our valued clients across the United States.

In order to achieve this objective at the highest level, we are constantly recruiting top talent in the community.

We take pride in understanding our client’s specific needs, culture, and timeline to get the job finished by the deadline. We employ best practices within our areas of expertise and use these skills to identify, attract and close candidates. When you are ready to interview and hire we will deliver the professionals you need. 

Staffing & Recruitment Specialties

The category emphasis for most of our search is in Allied care and CPG Marketing/Category Management.

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Nurse Practitioner/Physician Assistant

In basic terms, a nurse practitioner is a registered nurse (RN) with advanced education and clinical training. A physician assistant is a medical professional with advanced education who is trained in the same way physicians are. Some of the differences between the two are subtle and some of them are obvious.

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Nurse/Nurse Management

Nurse managers are responsible for managing human and financial resources; ensuring patient and staff satisfaction; maintaining a safe environment for staff, patients, and visitors; ensuring standards and quality of care are maintained; and aligning the unit’s goals with the hospital’s strategic goals.

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All aspects of Management/Executive Healthcare recruitment.

A healthcare recruiter works on behalf of a clinic, hospital, or other health organization, searching for suitable candidates to fill a job role (or roles). Other names for a recruiter might include (depending on your specific role): Talent acquisition manager or specialist.

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Lab Tech/Lab Management

Lab managers bring together their managerial skills and knowledge of safety and lab procedures to ensure that laboratories operate smoothly. … It’s a lab manager’s job to schedule lab or equipment use time for staff. Some lab managers also are responsible for purchasing lab supplies or preparing ordering lists.

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Pharmacists are healthcare professionals who specialize in the right way to use, store, preserve, and provide medicine. They can guide you on how to use medications, and let you know about any potential adverse effects of what you take. They fill prescriptions issued by doctors and other healthcare professionals.

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Body imaging is a sub-specialized field of diagnostic radiology and is focused primarily on the abdomen, reproductive, and gastrointestinal areas. Body imaging specialists have received comprehensive training in x-ray, fluoroscopy, CT (computed tomography), MRI (magnetic resonance imaging), ultrasound, and mammography.

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Respiratory/Sleep Lab

Sleep Disorder Centers – Respiratory therapists who work at sleep disorder centers can help diagnose and prepare treatment plans for those with sleep disorders. They run in-lab sleep studies and work with patients who may have pulmonary disorders like obstructive sleep apnea.

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Hospice/Home Health/Skilled Nursing

Hospice provides comfort care to a patient with advanced illness when curative medical treatments are no longer effective or preferred. Home health care is curative, intended to help patients recover from injury or illness, or progress toward improved functionality.

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A hospitalist is a doctor who provides care for patients at a hospital. They have the same education and training as your primary care doctor but specialize in providing hospital care. They may also have other specialties such as pediatric (child-centered) medicine, internal medicine, or family medicine.

From the back office to the hospital floor and the programmers’ cubes to the boardroom, The Recruiting Network can provide you with exceptional professionals throughout your company.
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