A Leading Nursing Staffing Agency in Tualatin is Announcing an Expansion of Services

June 30, 2020 - /PressAdvantage/ -

Tualatin, OR – The Tualatin, OR Express Healthcare Professionals office, a leading nursing staffing agency, is pleased to announce they will be increasing the scope of services offered, effective July 1st, 2020.

The Tualatin Healthcare office will shift to include caregiver staff support positions within assisted living settings. The office has received an increased demand for these positions and is happy to open these areas up to the communities they serve.

“We are increasing our scope of service after many of our client partners have reached out to us with ongoing caregiver staff support needs, specifically in the Assisted Living healthcare settings,” stated Julie Tate, Operating Partner for Tualatin Express Healthcare Professionals.

Being able to widen the scope of service in a time when healthcare professionals are greatly needed is a rewarding way to contribute to the local community. From jobseekers to client companies, Express Healthcare specializes in nursing staffing and helps people and healthcare businesses grow by providing localized staffing solutions to their community. The highly qualified team at the Tualatin healthcare office is dedicated to finding the right individuals to fit the upcoming open positions and fulfill the needs of their valued client partners.

The Tualatin, OR Express Healthcare Professionals franchise began operation in 2013 and serves the Portland area with temporary help and direct hire health care employees in a variety of healthcare areas, including RNs, CNA, Medical Assistants, LPN, Surgical Technicians, Certified Sterile Processing Technician and Respiratory Therapy. For more information in regards to medical positions in the Portland area contact the Tualatin Healthcare office at 503-612-1550 or visit them online at www.expresshealthcarenw.com.

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For more information about Express Employment Professionals - Tualatin, OR, contact the company here:

Express Employment Professionals - Tualatin, OR
Robert Knight
(503) 612-1800
Jobs.WestTualatinOR@ExpressPros.com
19407 SW Martinazzi Ave
Tualatin, OR 97062

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