Nursefinders Inc. is one of the nation’s largest providers of healthcare personnel and home care. The company provides RNs, LPN/LVNs, home health aides, therapists, medical social workers, nursing assistants, companions and other healthcare and medical clerical professionals to more than 6,000 hospitals, nursing homes, healthcare centers and patients across the country. Headquartered in Arlington, Texas, Nursefinders has a system-wide network of approximately 120 medical staffing and home care offices in the United States.
Nursefinders places emphasis on the recruitment and retention of the most qualified and talented professionals. It prides itself on quality customer service and ensuring employee satisfaction through constant communication. The company establishes a personal relationship with each caregiver to understand the employee’s career goals and lifestyle interests. Nursefinders offers its healthcare professionals a full range of employment opportunities including a benefits package, educational assistance and more.
Since 1974, Nursefinders has placed more than 3.5 million nurses in more than 10 million shifts and 32 million home care visits.
Nursefinders was founded in September 1974 to provide per diem nurse staffing services. The original vision of the company — to provide the highest quality nurses — remains true today but with a broader spectrum of healthcare professionals. In 1986, Nursefinders was purchased by Adia , S.A. , a specialized staffing company in Switzerland . In 1989, the company added home care to its delivery of services.
In 1992, Adia combined Nursefinders with other U.S.-based operations to form Personnel Group of America (PGA), whose services included commercial staffing. In 1998, Nursefinders was acquired by a group of investors led by Atlantic Medical Capital, L.P., a private investment company specializing in healthcare companies. As PGA had recently changed its focus to IT-oriented staffing businesses, the new ownership aligned more closely with Nursefinders’ core business.
In 2004, Gryphon Investors, a San Francisco-based private equity firm, along with Nursefinders’ former CEO Ray Marcy and current CEO Bob Livonius, purchased Nursefinders, because they saw a strong future for medical staffing and home care. Ray Marcy, a legend in the staffing industry, served as CEO of Spherion from 1991-2001, steering that company from sales of under $600 million to nearly $4 billion.
Nursefinders provides quality comprehensive personnel management solutions, rewarding career opportunities and superior healthcare services to its clients in a respectful and efficient manner.
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