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Staffing Services

We can supply occasional replacements for sick or vacationing employees or we can provide our employees to you for long-term staffing needs. The nurses and aides that we send to you are highly qualified and prepared to perform your assigned jobs to your highest satisfaction.

Overview

One of the many challenges facing healthcare facilities today is the ability to meet the ever changing demands of adequate staffing, while at the same time maintaining the efficiency required to remain viable. We save contractors the time, expense, and liability of recruiting, testing, interviewing and managing payroll and benefits. Our highly trained personnel can provide supplemental staff to help facilities maintain the appropriate staffing levels while still focusing on the highest quality patient care.

What do we provide?

Saad Healthcare currently provides supportive services to Hospitals, Nursing Homes, Assisted Living Facilities, and Catastrophe Management Operations. Our compassionate, qualified personnel include:

  • Registered Nurses
  • Licensed Practical Nurses
  • Licensed Vocational Nurses
  • Certified Nurse Aides
  • Home Health Aides

You are assured that any employee sent to you from Saad has been thoroughly screened and that we have obtained certification as to his or her work experience, negative drug screens, current licensure from the appropriate state agency, current CPR certification, annual instruction in fire, safety, and infection control procedures, criminal background, clinical skills assessments, health history, and special skills needed to work in applicable specialties. Sa ad complies with all state and federal employment requirements, including non-discrimination, health and safety, taxation, and social security regulations.

Why choose a staffing solution?

Here are a few of the benefits you receive when choosing Saad Healthcare:

  • By supplementing your staff you can ensure your residents are getting the highest quality of care possible.
  • To reduce employee burnout and turnover while keeping overtime costs at a minimum
  • To gain supplemental short or long-term personnel to support census fluctuation, weekend/off shift scheduling, summer and holiday shortages and unit expansion projects.

Did you know?

Did you know that Our 80-hour Certified Nursing Assistant course includes theory, skills lab and clinicals presented in a two week period. Those students successfully completing the course can then sit for state certification and become eligible to work in a variety of settings from nursing homes, hospitals, and some physicians' offices to home health and private duty settings. Many students use the course and their experience as a stepping-stone to nursing education. We always have trained Certified Nursing Assistant ready to meet your staffing needs!