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Welcome to GHR!

General Healthcare Resources, Inc. (GHR) has been a leading provider of quality healthcare professionals in the Nursing, Therapy, Pharmacy and Behavioral Health fields, since 1993. We provide per diem, contract, and direct placement services to our numerous healthcare clients. GHR tailors its service to best suit the staffing needs of our clients, while placing our employees in positions that match their abilities and preferences. Our goal is to ensure that our clients have the healthcare professionals they need to provide continuity of care, regardless of staff shortages, census fluctuations and other challenges.

 

Our employees select from a large variety of healthcare jobs, available in many diverse settings, including hospital, long-term care, rehabilitation, retail and more. Just define your career objectives and our dedicated staffing professionals will go to work for you. We promise to work diligently to find job opportunities that fit your schedule, your work experience and your lifestyle. Apply Now or Contact Us to speak with one of our experienced staffing specialists. Begin expanding your horizons and enhancing your career today!


What's New

New CPR Guidelines
The American Heart Association (AHA) recently announced new guidelines for the way CPR is performed. It is recommended that the three steps of cardiopulmonary resusitation (CPR) be rearranged...  Read More
The new first step is doing chest compressions instead of first establishing the airway, then doing mouth-to-mouth. The new guidelines apply to adults, children and infants, but exclude newborns.

The old way was A-B-C, for airway, breathing, and compressions

The new way is C-A-B, for compressions, airway, and breathing

"By starting with chest compressions, that's easy to remember, and for many victims that alone will be lifesaving," says Michael R. Sayre, MD, chair of the emergency cardiovascular care committee for the American Heart Association and co-author of the Executive Summary of the 2010 AHA Guidelines for CPR and Emergency Cardiovascular Care.

The old approach, he says, was causing delays in chest compressions, which are crucial for keeping the blood circulating.

Read the complete article at WebMd.

Fit Testing Now Available
General Healthcare Resources Inc. is pleased to offer qualitative FIT and Sensitivity testing for N95 respirators at many of our office locations.  Read More
General Healthcare Resources Inc. is pleased to offer qualitative FIT and Sensitivity testing for N95 respirators at many of our office locations. We will supply you with the N95 respirator and all documentation necessary for the testing.

Respirator fit testing performed to determine if an employee can maintain an acceptable respiratory fit and seal. Many healthcare facilities mandate that all personnel be FIT tested. GHR can provide you with the necessary respirator FIT testing to enable you to meet this requirement.

Fit testing will be administered using OSHA-accepted testing protocols. FIT testing consists of the subject placing the N95 respirator over their nose and mouth (forming a secure fit) and a placing a hood over their head. A solution is then injected into the hood and the subject asked to perform a series of test exercises. Including, but not limited to normal breathing, deep breathing, turning and nodding his/her head and talking. Once these exercises have been completed and if the subject has not detected the taste of the solution then the fit test is successful and the respirator fit is deemed adequate. The entire test takes approximately fifteen (15) minutes.

A FIT test should be conducted on an annual basis and any time there is a change that may affect the fit quality of the respirator. (Example: shaving or growth of facial hair, excessive weight loss or gain, etc.)

Please contact your local GHR office to schedule a FIT test.

License Renewal
Is your professional license coming up for renewal? If so, don’t wait until the last minute to renew...  Read More
Is your professional license coming up for renewal? If so, don’t wait until the last minute to renew. State Boards are recommending you start the renewal process no less than six (6) weeks prior to the expiration date on your license.
GHR must have a current license on file in order to place you in assignments. As soon as you receive your updated license, please send a copy to your Credentialing Specialist.