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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.

    Quote from Ylove113
    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.

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    Quote from Guardian Angels
    Are you starting a registry and what kind if so? Or Are you researching a Nursing Agency?
    We are starting a recruitment agency that specializes on medical staffing - particularly nurses. I do have an agency in the Philippines that we will bring in the US under working visa, and at the same time, we would like to start recruiting nurses locally that we can market to the hospitals. Therefore, I am at a loss and wants answers to the following questions:

    1) Do I need a special permit or business license to operate this?
    2) Do I need to be accredited to some kind of orgs. such as jcaho, calif board of nursing, etc??

    I appreciate your help.

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    Quote from topnurse
    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.

    Maybe you can send me a personal note or IM me. Maybe I can help.

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    Quote from Guardian Angels
    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.
    Hi, My name is Sheryl Pastores, an LVN my first time to join this forum aand I am currently doing some research in how to start a nursing registry. Do you have some helpful advise that you can give me? Thanks.