We have been in business since 1999 and have earned the Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval. As a mid-sized staffing company, we have the resources and infrastructure to market to and recruit the high-demand RNs our clients need. Most importantly, our experienced, passionate client services team ensures our hospitals receive the staff and customer service they deserve. We take the time to listen to our clients and partner with them to solve their short- and long-term staffing issues.
What staffing services do you provide?
We provide temporary and temp-to-perm RN and allied health staffing for assignments ranging from 4 to 26 weeks. Our focus is on traditional travel assignments, EMR conversion staffing, and rapid response staffing with an emphasis on hard-to-find RN specialties. In addition, depending on our clients’ needs, we offer our clients the flexibility of a standard 36-hour guaranteed workweek or a 48-hour guaranteed workweek (with no overtime until after 48 hours).
How does TNAA qualify and screen its travelers?
The quality of the healthcare staff we provide our clients is our top priority. We assess each nurse for competency, verify licensure and education, validate employment history, and confirm references prior to submission of their candidate profile. Thorough background checks and credential verifications are also performed as a requirement before starting work with any of our clients.
How does TNAA quickly get the qualified candidates for client job orders?
We constantly recruit and market to experienced nurses to supplement our roster of candidates, providing our clients with a large pool of pre-qualified candidates. Our internal technology enables TNAA to post client job orders to our website and text/email them to our nurse candidates immediately without delay. In addition, our technology allows us to instantly link candidates in our database to job orders that match their experience, skillset, and preferences – speeding up the recruiting process dramatically. This results in clients quickly receiving candidate profiles that are a great fit for the job.
Do you have clinical support for the hospitals and travelers?
Clinical support is a crucial part of a travel assignment. Our clinical services team, consisting of experienced Registered Nurses, is available to address clinical issues. Our clinical staff works directly with both our client facilities and our healthcare professionals throughout the assignment to support clinical and behavioral concerns.
Does TNAA pay its employees’ taxes, workers’ compensation, and health insurance benefits?
Yes. All of our traveling healthcare providers are employees of TNAA. In addition, we provide one of the most comprehensive and flexible benefits packages in the industry to our temporary employees in order to attract the most qualified staff for our clients.
How does the interview process work?
We first forward you select candidate profiles that meet your specific job requirements. You have the option to contact the candidate directly or we can assist and arrange an interview call between you and the candidate. During the interview, you will be able to ask questions to determine if the candidate is a clinical and cultural fit for your facility. You are in complete control of which healthcare providers you bring on board.
What happens after the interview?
Once you and the candidate decide the position is a good fit, we will confirm the assignment with both you and the traveler. Once the confirmation is signed by you and the candidate, we begin making arrangements for the employee’s arrival at your facility. We handle drug screens, licensure, background checks, travel arrangements, and housing. They will arrive at your facility ready to work on your required start date.
How do I get more information?
Please call our corporate office at 800-240-2526 and a client services director will contact you with more information based on your specific staffing situation.