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NursesNow International and GlobeMed Resources Announce Availability of Bilingual Mexican Nurses for US Hospitals
Date:4/22/2009

RICHMOND, Va., April 22 /PRNewswire/ -- NursesNow International (NNI) and GlobeMed Resources, LLC (GlobeMed) formally announced their Partnership to deliver highly competent bilingual Mexican Registered Nurses to US hospitals. The rapidly growing Hispanic population in the US has triggered a huge demand for Nurses who can provide culturally competent care using both Spanish and English languages.

The critical success ingredient is placing experienced and highly competent Nurses into a comprehensive "immersion training" program to prepare them for US practice. "The Mexican training program is receiving extraordinary praise from senior Mexican Healthcare Officials as well as a number of CNOs of US hospitals," states Mauricio Gojman, CEO of NNI.

The Nurses become available under the NAFTA agreement after obtaining the requisite US Nursing License (NCLEX) and English Proficiency Certification. Chris Breidenbaugh, GlobeMed's Sr. Vice President of Nursing comments, "We've been working with internationally trained Nurses since 2002 and have deployed in Mexico our proprietary screening, training, and orientation processes that result in shortened on-boarding cycles and highly productive Nurses."

The NNI/GlobeMed offering includes a significant commitment to support the betterment of healthcare within Mexico. NNI provides extensive clinical, medical English and medical technology curriculum and instructors to leading Mexican Nursing Colleges and Hospitals. Gojman adds, "Many of our Nurses will return to Mexico after working in the US to provide US style patient care training to the Nursing staff at Mexican Hospitals. This circular migration process will improve the overall quality of healthcare in Mexico, which is a major goal of this Partnership."

The recruitment and training program has received impressive feedback from Nursing executives who have been trying to recruit from Mexico for years. Mark Majek, Director of Operations of the Texas Board of Nursing states, "As the international nursing education arena develops, the Texas Board of Nursing struggles to protect the public within acceptable and consistent standards. The program, as developed by NursesNow International, has a comprehensive plan to acclimate qualified nurses from Mexico into the US healthcare system."

For information about the Mexican Nurse program, contact Paul Nimitz, GlobeMed's Sr. Vice President of Business Development at 1-866-951-7737 or by email at: nurses@globemedresources.com


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