One of the original 13 colonies, Pennsylvania is a site of our nation’s rich past and America’s first hospital and medical school. The state’s colorful tapestry of geography is woven with farmland and forests, mountains and lakes, and cities and small towns.
If you have recently learned that your state is planning to adopt and/or will require trauma centers to obtain ACS (American College of Surgeons) verification, take heart. Last week, we spoke with Dan Hamilton, public information associate, at the ACS regarding the process and what administrators and other hospital leaders should know about it. Read on to learn about the first steps for verification and what you should do to prepare.
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Prior to arranging a telephone interview with a locum tenens physician, advanced practitioner, or CRNA, you will have the opportunity to review his or her curriculum vitae (CV), references, and other essential paperwork. The clinician’s locum tenens staffing company recruiter will take great measures to ensure the candidate’s qualifications match the search criteria you outline and will assume much of the groundwork ahead of time, from reviewing assignment scope and requirements to verifying dates, shifts, rotation, and pay scale with the provider. Next up: the telephone interview.
All locum tenens staffing companies are not created equal, and
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