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Since 1989, U.S. Nursing has been working with healthcare facilities and clinicians to provide turnkey staffing solutions during labor disputes.

No matter your situation, U.S. Nursing offers strategic solutions in a cost appropriate nature. Whether you need to retain our services to develop strategy for a potential work stoppage, or full preparation in recruiting, credentialing and planning, and all execution and deployment for an anticipated work stoppage, our team has the experience and strategy to build a plan to fit your needs.

COVID Response - Executive Interviews

Q and A with Christie Potter, U.S. Nursing Vice President

After an intense month of staffing two concurrent strikes in CA & IL, and as part of a team introducing the revolutionary process of 100% virtual induction, Christie Potter switched hats in July and headed down to Texas to help stand up a desperately needed alternative care site with 48 beds, a pharmacy and a lab. 

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Case Studies

Partners for the Duration: A Clinical Point of View

During an unprecedented 46-week work stoppage, USN provided 1,227 unique nurses to an East Coast hospital, ensuring uninterrupted quality patient care remained top priority.

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A Year in the Life of  U.S. Nursing

2019. Thirteen health care systems. More than 6,800 nurses and allied health professionals deployed in 83 facilities. Four different states, varying licensing requirements. U.S. Nursing (USN), industry leader in providing work stoppage coverage for large and small healthcare systems for over 30 years, covered it all in an unprecedented year of labor unrest. 

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U.S. Nursing Fulfills in 24-Hours on the Eve of New Year's Eve

Hospital management was in a bind. Due to spiking census in six facilities across California, 120 nurses were suddenly needed in the midst of staff holiday PTO, resulting in a gap in bedside care that could not be filled by traditional methods, and the January contingent travelers were not scheduled to arrive for another week. That's when U.S. Nursing stepped in. 

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