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Medical Staffing Network (MSN) Appoints Dr. Brian Poplin as President and Chief Executive Officer
Date:7/25/2013

Boca Raton, FL (PRWEB) July 25, 2013

Medical Staffing Network Healthcare, LLC (MSN), one of the nation’s largest healthcare workforce solutions companies, today announced the appointment of Dr. Brian Poplin, FACHE, as President and Chief Executive Officer, effective August 1st, 2013.

Joining MSN in April 2013 as President and COO, Dr. Poplin succeeds Bob Bunker as Chief Executive Officer. Bunker will remain active as Chairman of the Board of Directors.

Since joining MSN, Bunker has optimized internal operations while providing innovative value to healthcare organizations across the country. With more than 30 years of healthcare industry experience, Bunker will remain actively engaged in the company as Chairman, working closely with the Board of Directors and Investors to guide a variety of high-level strategic initiatives to further the company’s growth.

Dr. Poplin’s appointment to CEO and Bunker’s shift to Chairman come as part of a larger strategic planning process to prepare MSN for exponential growth.

Over the past two years, MSN has recently undergone a transformation during its turnaround process, including appointment of new executive leaders, the acquisition of Pathway Medical Staffing in September 2012, the sale of its home healthcare division to Epic Health Services in March 2012, the planned expansion of new branch offices nationwide during 2013, the expansion of new product lines and significant investments in the company’s leading edge technology systems.

“Coming from ARAMARK, Brian has a proven track record of successful leadership, including several strategic acquisitions, integration of a high-performance team of over 1,600 employees and driving revenues exceeding $500 million,” stated Bob Bunker, MSN Chairman. “He is extraordinarily well qualified to lead MSN through the next stages of its evolution.”

“As the healthcare industry experiences rapid changes, we are finding that our value proposition is focused on meeting our clients’ dynamic needs and our opportunities are increasing rapidly,” said Dr. Brian Poplin, MSN President and CEO. “I am energized to lead MSN through this period of industry changes and honored by Bob's trust in my abilities.”

About Medical Staffing Network Healthcare, LLC (MSN)
Medical Staffing Network is the trusted national provider of healthcare staffing and workforce solutions that balance quality patient care with cost-savings. With more than 30 years of experience, MSN’s offerings streamline and optimize the patient care continuum from recruitment and onboarding to intake and case management. As a comprehensive healthcare staffing company, MSN provides nursing, allied healthcare, pharmacy, clinical research, anesthesia, advanced practice and case management professionals through a network of 60+ locations and traveler solutions.

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