Long term care facilities accommodate seniors and disabled individuals primarily. The facilities may also provide rehabilitation services after surgery or accidents. The facilities accommodate a large volume of patients each year. For this reason, the facilities require a high-quality staff to manage care for all patients. The following is a review of how long term care staffing is managed.
Educational Program Requirements
The long term care staff must complete an educational program for the position of choice. This may include a bachelor of nursing or health care administration. The candidate must provide their degree with their transcripts to the staffing agency. The recruiter must verify the completion of the program and assess the candidate’s grades. Select facilities require certain coursework. The transcripts show all courses that were completed by the candidate.
Experience in a Medical Setting
The candidates must also have verifiable experience in a medical setting. Typically, the employers …