New Franchise Manager Takes the Reins at Nursing Staffing Agency in Phoenix

December 06, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Phoenix— Express Healthcare Professionals, a nursing staffing agency in Phoenix, is one of the fastest growing healthcare staffing franchises, and Holly Cruz is excited to announce her new role as Franchise Manager of the Phoenix, AZ Express Healthcare Professionals franchise.

Express Healthcare Professionals was established to help those looking for work find it with highly reputable companies in need of talented candidates to join their teams. Express Healthcare Professionals - Arizona specializes in MA, LVN, RN and CNA job placements in Phoenix and the rest of Arizona. These placements are available on direct-hire, contract or per diem hiring basis.

Franchise Manager, Holly Cruz, and over 100 years of accumulated experience the team has, is confident that they will supply the state of Arizona with quality healthcare jobs and recruitment services and become the first choice for Arizona healthcare staffing services in Phoenix.

The Express office is located at 4001 N 3rd #440 Phoenix, AZ 85012, and local businesses and job seekers are encouraged to stop by the office or call (602) 344-3000.

“Our team of experienced Arizona healthcare staffing specialists are aware that you must have a sense of compassion and urgency if you're going to be an exceptional caregiver in the healthcare industry. We truly believe that quality care can be a turning point in someone’s life, and we’re looking forward to helping people as our business takes off,” Holly added.

Express has a long-term goal to put a million people to work annually. Worldwide, Express Employment Professionals puts more than 566,000 people to work in 2018 and has offices in the U.S., Canada and South Africa. Offices provide expertise in evaluation hire, temporary staffing, professional search and human resources and work across a wide variety of industries.

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For more information about Express Healthcare Professionals - Arizona, contact the company here:

Express Healthcare Professionals - Arizona
Holly Cruz
(602) 344-3000
4001 N 3rd #440
Phoenix, AZ 85012

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