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Jackson & Coker Expands Emergency Medicine Staffing
Date:1/26/2009

titution's mission to improve quality health care delivery and support other significant organizational initiatives," he adds.

Mr. Sander has enjoyed a multi-faceted career with Jackson & Coker since joining the firm in 1995. His marketing and recruiting background has encompassed hospital-based specialties such as Radiology, Surgery and Emergency Medicine.

'Karl is uniquely suited to this role," says Sandra Garrett, president of Jackson & Coker. "His decades-long experience working in numerous facets of locum tenens staffing--assisting both clients and providers in achieving important goals--is invaluable in this newly focused position."

Ms. Garrett adds, "At one point, Karl managed our credentialing team, which has risen to new professional heights by virtue of our company's recognition by the Joint Commission as a 'Certified Health Care Staffing Service.'"

The Joint Commission for the Accreditation of Health Care Organizations ("JCAHO" or "the Joint Commission") has awarded Jackson & Coker its "Gold Seal of Approval" recognition as a physician recruitment firm that meets similar credentials verification standards established by JCAHO for hospitals, clinics and other healthcare providers. Jackson & Coker is the oldest and largest Joint Commission (JCAHO) physician staffing firm in the United States to have received this designation.

In dealing with agencies with this certification, physicians and clients may experience a much more streamlined credentialing and privileging process, which may ultimately lead to sooner start times for physicians providing temporary coverage.

For more information on Jackson & Coker's Emergency Medicine program, contact Karl Sander at 800-272-2707, ext. 3042.

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