Our Nashville team participated in the United Way's Reading Days of Action! The team spent time reading to children, collecting book donations, and packing books for the children served by the United Way of Metropolitan Nashville. We would like to thank all of our team members for helping to share the joy of reading.
ICU nurse Ryan Van Gorp is our next clinical HealthTrust Hero! Ryan saw a patient in need and immediately stepped in to help the patient upon discharge from Centerpoint Medical Center in Missouri. Learn more about Ryan's story:
"Ryan was discharging a patient who was down on his luck and did not have a shirt. Ryan indicated if he could not find a warm shirt/sweater for his patient, he was going to give him his coat because it's too cold to be without right now.
Brendan Courtney, our President & CEO, was named to Staffing Industry Analysts' "Staffing 100" List for the third consecutive year! This annual list highlights the 100 most influential people who drive the staffing industry forward.
During Brendan's tenure, HealthTrust became one of the country's top 10 healthcare staffing firms, experienced four consecutive years of double-digit growth, and developed a successful managed service provider (MSP) business line with more than $1 billion in MSP spend.
Nashville Director of Staffing Tina Jackson is our next corporate HealthTrust Hero! Tina was recognized for her unyielding commitment to operational excellence and for playing an integral role in HealthTrust's continued success.
We recently welcomed three new Directors of Staffing to the HealthTrust Workforce Solutions family in Houston, Denver, and Dallas!
Operational Analyst Jessica Navas is our next corporate HealthTrust Hero! Jessica joined the HealthTrust team in June 2016 as a summer intern. After two months of internship, she joined our MSP team full time and recently aligned with our Finance department.
Our latest clinical HealthTrust Hero leaves a lasting impression on every life he touches. Learn more about this StaRN graduate and HCA Bayshore nurse by reading his HealthTrust Hero nomination below.
We introduced the Project Zero Challenge to encourage our team members to make healthy choices over the holiday season. From before Thanksgiving through after the New Year, more than half of our 35 Project Zero participants either lost weight or maintained their pre-holiday weight. We congratulate all of our Project Zero participants for working toward a healthier lifestyle!