Welcome to Pro Health Care Search Inc.

We are specialists in recruiting and placing for over 20 years full-time and part-time Nurse Practitioners, Physician Assistants, Dentists, Specialists, Oral Surgeons, Orthodontists in this region and nationally, who are seeking positions with outstanding organizations. More »

We are specialists in recruiting and placing for over 20 years !

Should you have current recruitment needs, I would be happy to email or fax a copy of a highly qualified candidate (or candidates) to you. Please feel free to fill out our form to discuss your current hiring needs. Also, please keep this website on file for reference if you are not hiring at this time. More »

Personalized, confidential, and strategic recruitment

We are committed to developing long term relationships with both the candidates who have entrusted us to advance their careers as well as the employers who have turned to us to deliver qualified candidates. Whether you are a healthcare professional interested in investigating better opportunities or a facility in need of talent, we will provide the edge that you need - and that you deserve. More »

Our services are very affordable:

WHOLESALE PRICES!! NOBODY BEATS OUR PRICES!! For the placement of a Nurse Practitioner, Physician Assistant, Dentist or Specialists our fee is ONLY $7,000.00 More »

 

Tag Archives: practitioners

Practice Opportunities For Nurse Practitioners

Practice Opportunities For Nurse Practitioners

Are you a Nurse Practitioner looking for a new practice opportunity? There are strategies you can use to help you locate the perfect job for you.

Nurse Practitioner employment opportunities can be found almost anywhere. However, private practices constitute the fastest growing segment in terms of new nursing jobs. This type of position will find you working hand in hand with a local doctor, providing primary care or even specialized care. Nurse Practitioners can specialize in a number of fields and lend their expertise and assistance to doctors practicing in those areas.

Some areas in which NPs can specialize include preoperative nursing, diabetes management, dermatology, geriatric nursing and an amazing number of other specialized disciplines.

You will find that in addition to the area of private practice, you can also find jobs in a wide range of other settings. For instance, you might be employed in home healthcare, providing vital treatment and advice to homebound patients. You might find yourself working in an outpatient facility, helping to treat patients. Other venues include working within hospitals and clinics, within nursing care homes and long-term residential facilities, as well as within the education sector.

Quite a few Nurse Practitioners go on to become educators, as well as organizing and operating blood drives and other community service oriented initiatives

You’ll find that the requirements for employment include several years within an accredited college or university. Nurse Practitioners must have at least a master’s degree, though some do go on to attain their doctorate, as well. In addition, NPs must have a Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing to enter the course of study, which requires additional study at another school.

Find Nurse Practitioner Jobs, Nurse Practitioners, NP Jobs, NP Jobs Nationwide and Clinical Nurse Specialists With Our Nationwide Clients.

Litton Resource Group work with leading medical institutions and physician groups across the country and are able to leverage our relationships to get our candidates the advanced practice job that best matches their career goals.

MinuteClinic, Johnson & Johnson announce scholarships for nurse practitioners

MinuteClinic, Johnson & Johnson announce scholarships for nurse practitioners
This January, MinuteClinic is partnering with Johnson & Johnson Family of Consumer Companies to sponsor the “Together We Care™” Nurse Practitioner Scholarship Program. CVS/pharmacy customers can help raise money for the scholarships by …
Read more on Wickedlocal-Med Ford

2013 Brings Launch of The American Association of Nurse Practitioners
3, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — Unifying the voices of nurse practitioners (NPs) nationwide, The American Association of Nurse Practitioners (AANP) has officially launched, creating the largest professional membership organization in the country for …
Read more on PR Newswire (press release)

Mercy Clinic welcomes nurse practitioner
"I went to nursing school, worked in the ICU (intensive care unit) for years as a charge nurse, mentor and clinical instructor before I went to nurse practitioner school," said Diehl. After welcoming the couple's first child, who is now 5, Diehl earned …
Read more on Cassville Democrat

Nurse Practitioners Filling a Void

Nurse Practitioners Filling a Void

With the graying of American, more people are expected to make more visits to the doctor. “Unfortunately there’s fewer physicians going into primary care and patients are living longer, so now we have a focus more on chronic care management how do we keep people healthier longer and give them a good quality of live,” says Arlene Wright, a nurse practitioner with Lee Memorial Health System. With a nationwide shortage of primary care physicians, nurse practitioners are becoming part of the solution, filling a void in health care. “We order and interpret tests, we perform physical examinations, we really try to counsel and educate and guide our patients to healthier lifestyles,” says Wright. Arlene is one of several nurse practitioners with postgraduate educations employed by Lee Memorial Health System. “We are considered expert clinicians. Most of us do have various specialties: primary care, acute care, and subspecialties. We do very similar patterns to physicians, we work in collaboration with physicians.” Nurse practitioners can prescribe certain drugs and often have more flexible schedules. “If your physician is too busy or not available we actually have open access where patients are able to get in the same day to get treated,” says Wright. The luxury of time is a payoff to patients. “That extra time might mean a patient understanding not only their medication that they’re taking, but their whole disease process and learning what they can do to improve their overall

FAMILY NURSE PRACTITIONERS

FAMILY NURSE PRACTITIONERS
St. Rita's Professional Services (SRPS) is an LLC of St. Rita's Medical Center with the mission to recruit, retain and support physicians in West Central Ohio. Due to company growth, SRPS has openings for full-time, part-time and PRN Family Nurse …
Read more on Lima Ohio

Patient-Centered Medical Homes and Nurse Practitioners: A Perfect Match?
Mr. Lyon's PCMH was the first nurse practitioner practice in the nation to reach the highest level of certification, level three, from NCQA with a score of 93 out of a possible 100 in 2009. Here, Mr. Lyon discusses the benefits and drawbacks of running …
Read more on Becker’s Hospital Review

In Many Communties, Nurse Practitioners Fill An Important Void
Nurse practitioners, registered nurses with advanced degrees, are capable of providing primary-care services such as diagnosing and treating illnesses, prescribing medication, ordering tests and referring patients to specialists. But only 18 states and …
Read more on Kaiser Health News

More independence sought for 5000 nurse practitioners

More independence sought for 5000 nurse practitioners
For years, nurse practitioners in Minnesota have been able to see patients only in association with a licensed doctor. But a governor's task force says it's time to let those nurses work independently — in part, because of a coming shortage of primary …
Read more on Minneapolis Star Tribune

Nurse Practitioner's Care Equal to Doc's, Review Finds
"Most studies showed that NP-provided care is comparable to physician-provided care on several process and outcome measures," the report, The Role of Nurse Practitioners in Meeting Increasing Demand for Primary Care, released late last week, stated.
Read more on BlueOregon

Nursing a demanding job that's in demand
“I knew nursing would be a good foundation no matter what else you do,” she said. For those who want to travel it is a skill in demand around the globe. More education can lead to jobs like nursing instructor, nurse practitioner, nurse manager and …
Read more on Windsor Star (blog)