NEW ORLEANS, March 6 /PRNewswire/ -- Despite the downturn in the economy, business is as usual for American Nursing Services, Inc., a healthcare-staffing agency founded 27 years ago in New Orleans. To better serve its clients and prepare for an inevitable rebound in the economy, ANS has undertaken two strategic initiatives.
First, to provide the ability to better serve and more aggressively pursue clients on the Gulf and East Coasts, an area with high concentration of acute care facilities as well as rehab, diagnostic, and out-patient clinics, ANS is opening a new Birmingham staffing office. With growing clients in the Birmingham area, expanding our presence on the Gulf coast makes sense to Tim Fagan, Chief Executive Officer, and East Coast Area Hub Manager Geri Frye. Through their networking contacts in the region, Fagan and Frye found the ideal person to head up their new Birmingham office, Tammy Johnson. Johnson has worked in the healthcare industry for over 17 years in a variety of roles and Frye believes Johnson will aggressively increase American's market share in the Birmingham area.
Second, ANS has organized its offices around four strategic hubs: Atlanta, GA, Baton Rouge, LA, Las Vegas, NV, and Anchorage, AK. These hubs will be managed by seasoned leaders hand-picked from American's offices across the country. According to Fagan, organizing its offices in this manner allows for better communication between the offices, which occasionally tap the same labor pools, and ultimately, better service to our clients.
American's home office is centrally located in New Orleans, between its Western, Central and Eastern Hubs. To find out more, please visit http://www.american-nurse.com.
Contact: Georgiana Thompson, Marketing American Nursing Services, Inc. American Healthcorps, Inc. firstname.lastname@example.org (504) 833-3100 Ext 265
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