relysh717 603 Views
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I have checked with several agencies in my state -but there was no special license/permit required to recruit nurses. Rules and regs are those basically what is stated in the Labor, Professional, Business codes, etc. I know, I need to do thorough research on this first.
Hi Suzanne4, No I am not going to do Medicare patients, just Medicaid. I am going to be the only RN, but will have some Nursing assistants and PCA's and an Office Manager.
Are you starting a registry and what kind if so? Or Are you researching a Nursing Agency?
Anyone can recommend a good day (per-diem) registry to work for as an RN in Riverside County, particularly if they contract witrh Inland Valley or Rancho Srings Medical Centers. Any suggestions would be appreciated.
We have a staffing agency and home health care. We are doing very well. We have been in business for a year and a half. I am pleased with the response.
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