At GHS Recruiting, you can expect to find the best laboratory talent in the healthcare industry. Our network stretches throughout all 50 states, and our recruiters work to find lasting fits for both large hospital systems and small, independent facilities.
We can’t wait to help your team excel. Our recruiters average at least 10 years of experience in placing talent, with exceptional candidates ranging from routine staffers to C-suite executives.
GHS recruiters find the right hire for the long term: we build direct, lasting relationships with our CEOs and Chief Nursing Officers, and we’re sensitive to their specific needs. We understand that profiling is about more than keywords, and the best fit is more than merely a skill set. At GHS, you can expect recruiting, redefined.
Mimbres Memorial Hospital in Deming, New Mexico, is a long-time partner here at GHS Recruiting. The team came to us to assist them in filling their Laboratory Director role when their previous director resigned abruptly.
They needed a quick fill with experience and professionalism. However, Mimbres -- much like most small, rural hospitals throughout the country -- struggled to recruit a large enough pool of candidates to make a clear, confident hiring decision.
Furthermore, in such a small hospital, the impact of having a leadership role vacant for an extended period of time can have a huge impact on staff morale, quality of care, and patient satisfaction.
GHS set out immediately to identify and contact all Laboratory Directors and Managers in the southwestern United States, specifically at hospitals under 75 beds. We felt this would be the ideal target audience: this talent would be comfortable in a small facility, typically in a rural community, and would be accustomed to the culture and lifestyle of the region. It would ease the transition and boost the chances of a long term fit.
GHS identified three qualified and interested candidates quickly. A candidate was hired from a hospital of a similar size, and the transition was smooth and easy. It allowed for the laboratory department to continue operating at an optimal level, with high morale and zero compromise to the community’s care.