Premier Medical Staffing Services, LLC has a Joint Commission Certification in Health Care Staffing. Our goal is to always provide Client with a consistent level of service. If for any reason Client is dissatisfied with Premier’s service or the service provided by one of Premier’s healthcare professionals, Client is encouraged to contact the local manager to discuss the issue. Premier has processes in place to resolve client complaints in an effective and efficient manner. If the resolution does not meet Client expectation, we encourage you to call the Premier corporate office at (800) 439–7012. A corporate representative will work with you to resolve your concern. Any individual or organization that has a concern about the quality and safety of patient care delivered by Premier healthcare professionals, which has not been addressed by Premier management, is encouraged to contact the Joint Commission at www.jointcommission.org or by calling the Office of Quality Monitoring at 630.792.5636.
Standing Out in the Workplace
Even if you’re an excellent healthcare employee, there are always areas of opportunity and ways to stand out in the workplace. Standing out at work will not only get you into good graces with your boss or improve the potential of a promotion, which you may have been hoping for, but it will ultimately result in a gain of self-confidence and will aid in the growth of your professional development.
Premier Awarded 2016 Best Places to Work
Premier Medical Staffing Services Wins Milwaukee Business Journal’s 2016 Best Places to Work, for the second consecutive year.
Am I sick enough to stay home from work?
There is a stigma attached to staying home sick from work that all employees are aware of. There is always a choice to be made. Should I call in sick? Can I just tough it out? Can I afford to call in? Will we be short staffed if I’m out? Healthcare Professionals struggle with these same questions that go along with deciding if you are too sick to go to work. Here are a few suggestions to consider when deciding if you are truly too sick to go to work.