While the American Academy of Pediatrics recommends having at least one registered nurse in every school, the National Association of School Nurses reports that fewer than 40% of the nation’s public schools have a full-time nurse, 35% have a part-time nurse, and at least 25% of schools have no nurse at all.
Additionally, the Health Resources and Services Administration projects an increase in demand for various allied health workers by 2030. Specifically, HRSA predicts a 22% increase in demand for occupational therapists and 26% increase in demand for physical therapists.
ProLink Healthcare’s dedicated Recruiting Team focuses on school requisitions and has expertise in placements of nurses, occupational therapists, physical therapists, speech and language pathologists, paraprofessionals, specialized teaching substitutes, and more.
We partner with our clients to understand their staffing needs, including cultural fit, and create customized programs that reduce costs and stabilize workforces while delivering excellent patient care.
ProLink Healthcare provides a streamlined compliance process, internal clinical screening, and ongoing education opportunities, ensuring we send only the most qualified talent on-site.
We are selective in our engagements to allocate resources appropriately. We create long-term, sustainable partnerships, and our executive leadership provides additional resources as needed to scale.
ProLink Healthcare has an excellent history of fulfilling nursing and other staffing requisitions from our large pool of talent, including the following licensed and credentialed allied healthcare professionals.
These are some of the positions that our education-focused Recruiting Team can fulfill to meet your school’s needs. Looking for a particular skillset? Contact us today.
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