DALLAS, April 22, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- With the growth of urgent care centers (UCCs) exploding and no foreseeable end in sight, The Inline Group has published a comprehensive manual, Recruiting and Retaining Talent into an Urgent Care Center. The Inline Group, the premiere matching source of physicians and advanced practitioners across the US, provides services to three of the top urgent care providers nationwide. This manual provides extensive guidelines to assist urgent care centers in their talent acquisition departments in meeting their internal goals.
Last week, after spending three days speaking with members at the Urgent Care Association of America (UCAOA) Spring Meeting, Kelli Mulloy, President of The Inline Group, said, "I feel even better about this guide. The urgent care industry is growing so rapidly that the time has come for them to have resources dedicated to their needs. Our experience in urgent care and candidate sourcing works so well for our clients that we wanted to share all that we have learned."
"We are fortunate to have Tony Spyropoulos on our team. Tony is a former urgent care center owner and managing partner of urgent care centers who successfully managed, grew and sold two facilities. His knowledge and insight helped us improve our service with our urgent care partnerships and contributed information about the unique needs of urgent care centers for the manual," Mulloy explained.
The guidelines, Recruiting and Retaining Talent into an Urgent Care Center, examine every step in the process including an environmental assessment, identifying and reaching potential candidates, creating the appropriate package and closing the deal, and creating a strategy for retaining newly recruited urgent care center staff. These protocols cover physicians and advanced practitioners including physician assistants and nurse practitioners.
"The focus for these centers is revenue, customer service, and integration into the healthcare delivery channel. The importance of a full staff of healthcare professionals is recognized. Knowledge of the recruiting process varies dramatically by organization. We simply wish to help facilities provide the right care at the right time, and for the right price," Mulloy said.
For more information about the new urgent care center recruitment guidelines, contact Tina Shuey at 214-260-3209 or email@example.com.
About The Inline Group: The Inline Group is the premiere matching firm for physicians and advanced practitioners with healthcare organizations across the United States. Using its unique turnkey approach to identify potential candidates and establish the best match for the specific opportunity, The Inline Group's goal is to bring the healthcare organization and candidate together for what will hopefully be a long-term, mutually beneficial relationship. This win-win approach is changing communities by connecting candidates with clients without commissions.
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