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Healthcare Scouts 2007 Partner of the Year Awards - Human Capital & Patient Care Lauded


The Bureau of Health Professions estimates that the number of healthcare jobs will be forced to grow to nearly 14 million by 2010 to meet the increased healthcare demand as the “baby boom” generation reaches 65 years-old. “With the recent surveys illuminating the staffing problem that plagues the healthcare industry, we wanted to recognize these clients for their outstanding leadership and dedication to human capital and patient care,” states Brian Hudson, President and COO of Healthcare Scouts.

Orlando, FL, December 02, 2007 --(PR.com)-- Healthcare Scouts will be awarding their 2007 Partner of the Year Awards this month. The Nationally recognized Healthcare Executive Permanent Placement firm, specializing in hard to fill licensed healthcare professions, will honor several of its most outstanding clients for their commitment and leadership. “With the recent surveys illuminating the staffing problem that plagues the healthcare industry, we wanted to recognize these clients for their outstanding leadership and dedication to human capital and patient care,” states Brian Hudson, President and COO of Healthcare Scouts. “Our partnership creates a win-win scenario for both the profession and the professional.”

Don Langmo, CEO of Healthcare Scouts, points out, “The need for licensed healthcare workers continues to grow as the demand on healthcare and human resource professionals mount to find efficiencies in their business while providing world class patient care. Healthcare leaders across the country are finding placement relief and improving the quality of their services by turning to our National firm.”

It’s no secret that the healthcare workforce shortage is particularly severe among qualified nurses, pharmacists, laboratory/bio tech professionals, radiology and therapy professionals. The Bureau of Health Professions estimates that the number of healthcare jobs will be forced to grow to nearly 14 million by 2010 to meet the increased healthcare demand as the “baby boom” generation reaches 65 years-old. To find out more about the awards or Healthcare Scouts, visit www.healthcarescouts.com or call 800.708.0605.

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