Staffing Nursing Roles
Navitas Healthcare provides full lifecycle services and solutions in the nursing marketplace across the entire country. Our deep healthcare domain knowledge and superior customer relationships, helped us scale our deliverables over the past few years. With the delivery of various complex projects, this ability will make your organization more efficient and patient facing more enjoyable. Our services include:
- LVN – Licensed Vocational Nurse
- LPN – Licensed Practical Nurse
- RN – Registered Nurse
- CNA – Certified Nursing Assistant
- LNA – Licensed Nursing Assistant
- RN – Registered Nurse
Navitas Healthcare brings a holistic approach to healthcare staffing and projects. We implemented a 360-degree customer success approach to deliver best-in-class resources through a talented medical staff, effective processes, and leading technology. Our expert resources will extend the vision for the nursing profession into future and chart a path for the nursing profession to help our nation create a culture of health, reduce health disparities, and improve the health and well-being of the U.S. We take the following into consideration when placing resources at the client’s facility:
- The role of our nursing professionals is to improve the health of individuals, families, and communities by addressing social factors of health and providing effective, efficient, equitable, and accessible care for all people across the country.
- The current and future deployment of all levels of nurses across the medical arena.
- System facilitators and barriers to achieving a workforce that is diverse, including gender, race, and ethnicity, across all levels of nursing education.
- The role of the nursing profession in assuring that the voice of individuals, families and communities are incorporated into design and operations of clinical and community health systems.
- The training and competency-development needed to prepare nurses, including advanced practice nurses, to work outside of acute care settings and to lead efforts to build a culture of health and health equity, and the extent to which current curriculum meets these needs.
- The ability of nurses to serve as change agents in creating systems that bridge the delivery of health care and social needs care in the community.
- The research needed to identify or develop effective nursing practices for eliminating gaps and disparities in health care.
- The role of nurses in response to emergencies that arise due to natural and man-made disasters and the impact on health equity.