AMN Healthcare and New York-Presbyterian Present on Program to Reduce Nurse Vacancies
SAN DIEGO, July 14, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- An innovative nursing residency program by the leading healthcare workforce solutions company and a prestigious New York hospital shows promise in reducing vacancies in nursing staff.
AMN Healthcare (NYSE: AHS), the nation's leading innovator in healthcare workforce solutions and staffing, and New York-Presbyterian Hospital (NYP), will present results of their New Graduate Residency Program during the Association for Nursing Professional Development (ANPD) Annual Convention in Las Vegas on July 14-17.
Jannise T. Baclig, PhD, RN, clinical content director at The Center for the Advancement of Healthcare Professionals at AMN Healthcare, and Margaret Rose Morales, MA, RN, APRN, ACNS, NEA-BC of NYP, will present highlights from the program, which the two organizations developed with Gotham Per Diem, Inc. The program's objective was to increase the pool of experienced RN applicants to NYP while decreasing turnover and increasing retention.
The New Graduate Residency Program pairs a comprehensive nursing orientation with a 12-month residency program at the NYP host campus site, Weill Cornell Medical Center, to increase the skills, confidence and professional satisfaction of new graduate nurses. As a result of the partnership, New York-Presbyterian reported significantly more nurses to fill its per diem nursing need.
"Nursing demand is rising rapidly, so training partnerships between healthcare providers and workforce experts can be very important solutions," said Marcia Faller, RN, PhD, Chief Clinical Officer at AMN Healthcare. "The New Grad program by NYP and AMN shows how a hospital, with some help, can tackle the nursing shortage."
Attendees of the ANPD Annual Convention can locate Baclig and Morales at poster P173 to learn more the AMN Healthcare-NYP Partnership. For more details about the ANPD Annual Convention or to view the event schedule, visit http://www.anpd.org. For more information about AMN Healthcare and The Center for Advancement of Healthcare Professionals, visit www.amnhealthcare.com, connect with AMN on LinkedIn or follow the company on Twitter at @AMNHealthcare.
About AMN Healthcare
AMN Healthcare is the leader and innovator in healthcare workforce solutions and staffing services to healthcare facilities across the nation. AMN Healthcare's workforce solutions - including managed services programs, vendor management systems, recruitment process outsourcing and consulting services - enable providers to successfully reduce complexity, increase efficiency and improve patient outcomes within the rapidly evolving healthcare environment. The Company provides unparalleled access to the most comprehensive network of quality healthcare professionals through its innovative recruitment strategies and breadth of career opportunities. Clients include acute-care hospitals, community health centers and clinics, physician practice groups, retail and urgent care centers, home health facilities, and many other healthcare settings. AMN Healthcare disseminates news and information about the Company through its website, which can be found at www.amnhealthcare.com
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