Help me name my business PLEASE! - page 3
I am starting a new business as an independent contract nurse that I hope to eventually turn into an agency. I also hope to do some writing ( nurse/cna educational materials). Does any one have... Read More
Sep 1, '02 by Scavenger'sWifeHow about "Hearts & Hands" ?
I used to tell Hubby we would open a business together...he enjoys guns and I enjoy art...we'd open a side-by-side business and call it "Draw" !!!
Sep 1, '02 by LoisJeanFIRST CHOICE NURSING SERVICES
CENTERED NURSING SERVICES
MY CHOICE NURSING ENTERPRISES
NURSE'S CHOICE HOME CARE SERVICE
My business is FEET FIRST. I asked my first two dozen clients to come up with a name for my business. The ones I chose to vote on were: "Soul Care", "PediCare" and "Feet First". Then they had to vote on those three--"Feet First" won by three votes. So, FEET FIRST it is. The legal name for my business is: FEET FIRST/ Foot Care Nursing Service.
Let us know what you come up with, Tinker.
It works for me!
Sep 2, '02 by KC CHICK1.) Preferred Professionals (P.P. Well, now that I think about it......maybe that would be more suitable for a urology or dialysis specific business.)
2.) RN's On Call
3.) STAT Preferred Healthcare
Sep 2, '02 by TinkertotsHi Everyone!
Thanks for all the wonderful posts! So many ideas... I have so much to think about now! Just got back from Dallas...a family thing...Sorry it took so long to reply!
Yes, Night, I have searched the available names. Nursing Solutions was taken for the corporation, but I can name my "doing business as" pretty much anything. There are few small agencies in my area...Anyway! Thanks again
Sep 2, '02 by NRSKarenRN, BSN, RN ModeratorIF you want to be listed first in the telephone book add AA (for always available) to your name:
AA Nursing Professionals
ABC Nursing Care.....
Like many of Hoolihan's +ITSJUSTMEZOE ideas.
Sep 2, '02 by Aussienurse2Client Centred Nursing Care?
Or All-nursing Care ( But maybe Brian might get a little snotty:roll ) Good luck and best wishes for your new venture!
Sep 4, '02 by LoisJeanTinker: Word of mouth goes a long way in establishing your reputation and providing you with free advertisement....especially with the elderly. They may have a problem with short term memory loss, but they never forget who gave them good care.