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GLOBAL ACCESS STAFFING SERVICES is a premier international recruitment company that caters to a wide array of staffing services requirements, specifically in the nursing and allied medical services field. We are a licensed and a bonded employment agency with state operating authorities.
 
Since our establishment in 1999, GLOBAL ACCESS STAFFING SERVICES  has steadily carved a niche in the staffing services industry with our acquired expertise and impeccable track record in matching the needs of our astute clientele with the skills of our equally adept applicants.
 
Originally operating in the New Jersey area, GLOBAL ACCESS STAFFING SERVICES’ high level of commitment to client satisfaction has allowed us to make a notable headway into the competitive New York area. The success of our expansion program has given us the confidence to pursue the possibility of expanding our operations into other states.

 

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ADMINISTRATIVE STAFFING

Global Access Staffing Services' Administrative Staffing division recognizes that reliable administrative support is a crucial part of any organization. In an industry that demands special attention because of its fast-paced and evolving nature, Global Access Staffing Services’s cutting-edge supplemental administrative staffing program ensures that you will remain efficient, even in times of staff shortages.
 
As a premier temporary employment agency of administrative personnel, Global Access Staffing Services specializes in placing qualified personnel on contract, temp-to-perm, and direct hire assignments. Our nationwide network of offices and innovative recruitment methods allow us to match the right candidates to our clients’ specifications. With a consistent and structured staff workflow, our clients have more time to focus on their core business goals.
 
Some of the temporary positions we staff include the following:
  • Receptionists/ Front Desk Coordinators
  • Data Entry/ Telemarketing
  • File Clerks
  • Customer Service/ Call Center Reps
  • General Office Assistants
  • Administrative Assistants I, II, and III
  • Jr./ Sr. Executive Assistants
  • Office Managers
  • Human Resource Assistants
  • Marketing Assistants
  • Research Assistants
  • Transcriptionists
  • Patient Service Reps
  • Medical Front Office
  • Accounts Payable
  • Accounts Receivable
  • Payroll Reps
  • Legal Secretaries
  • Transporters
  • Material Handlers
 
Global Access Staffing Services has developed a stringent pre-employment screening process that includes competency tests and a thorough background check. This helps us select only the top professionals for placement.
 
Around-the Clock Accessibility
Global Access Staffing Services Consultants are available 24-hours a day, 7 days a week to provide the most efficient service possible.
 
Dependability
Our ability to recruit and retain qualified staff enables us to fill a large volume of requests in a time-efficient manner.
 
Cost-Effective Strategies
The companies we staff save thousands of dollars every year by eliminating recruitment fees from their budget. These fees include placing advertisements and valuable time spent reviewing resumes and interviewing candidates for their temp jobs.
 
Tradition
Global Access Staffing Services stems from Global Access Staffing Services Healthcare Services, a company with 20 years of expertise. 
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ALLIED HEALTH STAFFING

Global Access Staffing Services, an experienced Allied Health staffing company, works with medical facilities across the nation to provide efficient solutions to their Allied Health staffing needs.
 
We perform a variety of Allied Health staffing including, but not limited to:
  • Occupational Therapy Staffing
  • Physical Therapy Staffing
 
Benefits of working with Global Access Staffing Services - Allied Health
Maintaining staffing levels in medical facilities can be expensive and time-consuming. You want to ensure you have qualified Allied Healthcare candidates in place without risking valuable time and money during the recruitment process.
 
Global Access Staffing Services - Allied Health strives to offer cost-effective solutions to successfully maintain your Allied Health staffing levels. Our screening and interviewing process helps us select experienced and qualified Allied Health professionals for a wide range of medical facility needs. From recruitment to placement, Global Access Staffing Services understands that the key to solving staffing challenges is to pay attention to the details.
 
Global Access Staffing Services specializes in providing contract, per-diem, temp-to-perm, and direct hire Allied Health personnel. Our Recruiters are on-call 24-hours a day, 7 days a week to facilitate every aspect of the staffing process. Through the use of a proprietary recruitment process and efficiency-based staffing software programs, we aim to match your needs with s Allied Health candidates with relevant experience and qualifications.
 
Discover what makes Global Access Staffing Services one of the leading allied health staffing agencies in the nation.
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NURSE STAFFING

Global Access Staffing Services realizes the challenge of hiring and retaining top nursing talent. We are dedicated to staffing qualified nurses to fill a variety of facility shifts, including per diem, temp-to-perm, and contract assignments. At Global Access Staffing Services, we make nationwide staffing easy. We offer clients the opportunity to select some of the most sought after nurses from many of the leading facilities across the country.
 
Global Access Staffing Services staffs the following nursing professions:
  • Registered Nurses (RN)
  • Licensed Practical Nurses (LPN)
  • Licensed Vocational Nurses (LVN)
  • Certified Nursing Assistants (CNA)
 
Advantages to choosing Global Access Staffing Services for nurse staffing:
  • Thorough Screening Process - Global Access Staffing Services has developed a detailed pre-employment screening process, which includes competency tests and skills checklists as well as a thorough background check. This stringent process helps us select only the top nurses for placement.
  • Around-the-Clock Accessibility - Our Staffing Consultants are on-call 24-hours a day, 7 days a week to provide the most timely and efficient service possible.
  • Dependability - One of Global Access Staffing Services's strengths is dependability. We are able to recruit and maintain an abundance of healthcare staff, enabling us to fill a large volume of staffing requests in a time efficient manner.
  • Cost Effective Strategies - The medical facilities that we staff save thousands of dollars every year by eliminating recruitment fees from their budgets. These fees include placing advertisements and valuable time spent reviewing resumes and interviewing candidates.
  • Tradition - Global Access Staffing Services Staffing Solutions stems from Global Access Staffing Services Healthcare Services, a company with 20 years of staffing expertise. Global Access Staffing Services's name is well-known throughout the healthcare industry and is synonymous with quality service.
  • Motivated Employees - The Global Access Staffing Services Advantage includes motivated employees performing quality work. We offer competitive salaries, insurance coverage, completion bonuses, and the opportunity to work at top medical facilities.
 
We invite you to discover what makes Global Access Staffing Services one of the leading nurse staffing agencies in the nation. Contact us today to learn how we can help you manage your staffing needs.
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NATIONAL STAFFING SOLUTIONS

Is your organization struggling with quality assurance issues, low fill ratio, or other costly pitfalls in your efforts to locate dependable and cost-effective solutions to your supplemental staffing challenges?
 
Global Access Staffing Services can help by providing a national solution to the Nursing, Allied Health, and Administrative Staffing needs of companies and organizations with an existing regional or national footprint.
 
Global Access Staffing Services specializes in placing candidates for contract, temp-to-perm, and direct hire opportunities, matching qualified professionals to your needs.
 
Through our local presence, we can provide a personal approach to staffing your locations; but, as a national or regional organization, we can offer a single point of contact to handle your staffing needs nationwide.
 
Working with the Global Access Staffing Services, you can receive:
  • Single point of contact
  • National oversight / Account management
  • Cost savings
  • Credentialed contingency staff
  • Compliance assurance
  • Reporting capabilities
  • Web-based, secure time entry and requisition management system availability
  • Auditing functions
  • Streamlined invoicing
  • National recruitment center
Just as your customers depend on you to deliver, you can depend on Global Access Staffing Services to provide a complete range of supplemental staffing services to meet your unique needs.
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TRAVEL NURSE STAFFING

Global Access Staffing Services is a premier provider of travel nurse staffing services. As a partner in providing staffing solutions, Global Access Staffing Services understands that all clients have unique needs. We work with our partners to ensure we are providing the perfect nursing or healthcare candidates for their staffing situations. Our goal is to manage the staffing process so our clients can focus more time on the quality of care being provided to their community.
 
By teaming with Global Access Staffing Services, you will be able to:
  • Reduce costs associated with recruiting candidates
  • Access pool of nurses outside clients’ geographic boundaries
  • Eliminate shortages of staff
  • Avoid costly overstaffing
  • Increase long-term staff satisfaction through fully-staffed floors
  • Maintain high quality patient care set by the client
Global Access Staffing Services places nursing and medical professionals on assignments at healthcare facilities across the country, while striving to maintain a heightened level of customer service and personal attention. Global Access Staffing Services personnel are available 24-hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year, and always answer our telephones live. 
 
We provide the following disciplines:
  • Registered Nurses (RN)
  • Licensed Practical Nurses (LPN)
  • Licensed Vocational Nurses (LVN)
  • Operating Room and Surgical Technicians
  • Therapists
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STAFFASSIST WORKFORCE MANAGEMENT

Responding to ever-changing healthcare staffing needs is among the most important and challenging issues currently faced by medical facilities and organizations. Quality and continuity of care, the organization’s morale, and inevitably the bottom line, are all areas that are affected by the strategy and approach taken towards flex staffing. Global Access Staffing Services partners with their clients while striving to provide high quality, cost-effective solutions to their staffing challenges.
 
Global Access Staffing Services Advantage 
Global Access Staffing Services provides solutions that aim to help the healthcare community save money, while at the same time offering quality care and a motivated, friendly, effective workforce. 
 
Their consultants will work with your facility to implement a workforce management approach that serves your specific organizational challenges. Global Access Staffing Services knows that there is not a single “out of the box” solution that will fit every system, so they work side-by-side with you to create a customized answer that truly meets the unique needs of your organization. 
 
Their team strives to: 
  • Design a comprehensive solution for any size organization
  • Remain neutral and objective 
  • Evolve your processes and workflow to become more streamlined 
  • Introduce automated processes that aim to save both time and money 
  • Heighten fill rates, eliminate risk, and improve compliance 
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Testimonials

Global Access Staffing Services paved way for making my dreams of working in the U.S.A. come true and I never imagined at the shortest time possible. I had my consular interview nine months after I submitted an application form at their office. I never had a problem contacting their support line because they address my concerns immediately and always give updates of my application status. If I will be given a chance to turn back time and choose again a nursing agency, definitely there will be none other than Global Access Staffing Services because here, your satisfaction is guaranteed.

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A nurse who works on an oil platform needs some special skills, among them the ability to function on little sleep if she is on call for long periods. She must be comfortable traveling to the platform by helicopter or boat and making decisions with no support, as she may be the only medical professional on the rig. She must also be able to work in an environment that -- unlike the nursing profession -- is heavily male-dominated.
 
Education
The first decision on the road to becoming an oil platform nurse is basic nursing education. Nurses can take the NCLEX-RN licensing exam by completing an associate degree, a nursing diploma or a bachelor's degree, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. The first requires two years, the second two or three years and the third takes four years. Although any of the three degrees may help a registered nurse obtain an entry-level position, oil rig nursing is likely to require an experienced nurse with training in communication, leadership and critical-thinking skills, which the BLS notes is more likely to be found in a baccalaureate program.
 
Licensing and Experience
After graduation the nurse must complete the NCLEX-RN exam with a passing grade. She will then be able to apply for a license in her home state. A new graduate nurse is unlikely to have the skills needed to work on an oil rig immediately. For example, she will benefit from critical care or emergency room experience, according to a career profile on the Petroleum Industry Human Resources Committee website. She may also need to perform routine screening exams, such as blood pressure and cholesterol checks, or treat chronic medical conditions, so training in outpatient care is also useful.
 
Providing Nursing Care
A nurse who works on an oil platform must be prepared to treat a wide variety of medical conditions, but she may also be required to deal with emergencies such as heart attacks or injuries. Oil rigs can be dangerous places. Weather conditions can be severe, especially in winter or during a storm, leading to slippery conditions. Workers can slip and fall from catwalks to the platform below, and there may be the possibility of falling off the platform into the sea. The nurse is the first responder in all of those conditions and may be required to complete a survival training course in some organizations.
 
Demand and Job Outlook
Demand for registered nurses is expected to be higher than average, according to the BLS, with a job growth rate of 26 percent between 2010 and 2020. Although the bulk of drilling rigs are land-based, the “Oil and Gas Journal” reports in an August 2013 article that the United States has 62 rigs drilling offshore. Almost all of those rigs were in the Gulf of Mexico. The job of an oil platform nurse is not a high-demand occupation with so few rigs working. Although the average annual salary for an RN in 2012 was $67,930, according to the BLS, the Petroleum Industry Human Resources Committee reports an average annual salary of $70,000 to $100,000 for oil platform nurses.

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WASHINGTON — After years of shipping data-processing, accounting and other back-office work abroad, some healthcare companies are starting to shift clinical services and decision-making on medical care overseas, primarily to India and the Philippines.
 
Some of the jobs being sent abroad include so-called pre-service nursing, in which nurses at insurance firms, for example, help assess patient needs and determine treatment methods.
 
Outsourcing such tasks goes beyond earlier steps by healthcare firms to farm out reading of X-rays and other diagnostic tests to health professionals overseas. Those previous efforts were often done out of necessity, to meet overnight demands, for instance.
 
But the latest outsourcing, which have contributed to the loss of hundreds of domestic health jobs, is done for financial reasons. And the outsourcing of nursing functions, in particular, may be the most novel -- and possibly the most risky -- of the jobs being shifted.
 
At the forefront of the trend is WellPoint Inc., one of the nation's largest health insurers and owner of Anthem Blue Cross, California's biggest for-profit medical insurer.
 
In 2010, WellPoint formed a separate business unit, Radiant Services, aimed at advancing outsourcing and other cost-saving strategies. WellPoint has eliminated hundreds of jobs in the U.S. over the last 18 months as it has moved jobs overseas, a company spokeswoman acknowledged.
 
The spokeswoman, Kristin Binns, said WellPoint's shifting of clinical jobs overseas was a small part of the outsourcing and being done through Radiant because it has the technical expertise and can ensure compliance with laws.
 
Nursing organizations, however, were cautious.
 
"It's obviously a very disturbing trend," said Chuck Idelson, a spokesman for the California Nurses Assn. "There are serious questions if you're talking about utilization reviews ... and making recommendations on procedures."
 
Nursing experts said there also may be licensing issues as states generally require certification for those practicing and dispensing health information.
 
Current and former Radiant executives declined to comment or weren't available.
 
It's not clear how many other U.S. healthcare firms have contracted with Radiant or other outsourcing specialists, but industry experts said companies were increasingly looking at more healthcare tasks that could be outsourced globally as they face greater cost pressures and sweeping changes in how they do business.
 
Aetna Inc. has an arrangement with EXL Service, a U.S.-based company with operations in Manila, to provide "targeted care-management support," spokeswoman Cynthia Michener said.
 
Health Net Inc., which is laying off dozens of information technology and accounting workers whose jobs are being sent to India, said its outsourcing has generally been confined to administrative and IT functions.
 
UnitedHealth Group, the nation's largest health insurer, didn't respond to inquiries.
 
Outsourcing jobs out of the country has become a hot issue in the presidential campaign: President Obama is pounding Republican challenger Mitt Romney for his private equity firm's involvement with companies that sent jobs abroad.
 
Although such outsourcing has been going on for years, American manufacturers in recent years have brought some jobs back to the U.S. as labor costs have risen in China and elsewhere.
 
Some experts argued that sending jobs abroad could help U.S. companies by enabling them to tap global talent and efficiencies, making them more profitable. When U.S. companies are stronger, the thinking goes, it creates more opportunities for American workers. Also, shifting operations to lower-wage countries can help consumers by holding down prices.
 
Outsourcing jobs to places such as the Philippines can save U.S. healthcare firms 30% in labor costs, according to experts. But the practice remains controversial, especially with the U.S. unemployment rate hovering above 8%.
 
Patient advocates worry about crucial decisions involving a patient's care being in the hands of foreign insurance adjusters. Analysts said there was another concern as well: patient privacy.
 
Even something as straightforward as medical transcription can raise questions, said Uwe Reinhardt, a healthcare economist at Princeton University. Over the last year, Iowa Health System and hospitals in Utah and Washington state have joined other medical centers that have outsourced the transcribing of doctors' notes and other records.
 
"Suppose I'm an AIDS patient," Reinhardt said. "That person in India would know -- and [the information] could be valuable to someone.... For the U.S., there's nothing more personal than healthcare."
 
Dr. Kaveh Safavi, head of the North American health practice for Accenture, a major consulting and outsourcing firm that has partnered with WellPoint's Radiant, said nearly all countries have laws for protecting patient privacy.
 
And to safeguard patients' records, he said, healthcare companies store and maintain their records locally.

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