hey are a medium-sized agency that runs a very streamlined organization. They serve all specialties and all degrees with jobs from coast to coast. They also handle clients Nationwide. They offer various options, including Travel, Local Contracts, and Permanent placement. RN, NP, PA, PT, OT, LPN, CNA, MD, PTA, OTA, and Allied professionals.
At Pulse Clinical Alliance, they listen to the needs of their nurses. They value the communication aspect of the business and want to make sure the nurse feels comfortable with the service they provide.
They are Joint Commission Certification, and they do have a CNO that is available for our nurses for any Clinical issues that may arise. If you don’t jive with your recruiter, they will make adjustments as necessary; as the Director of this area, I take our evaluation process very seriously.
Pulse Clinical Alliance carriers Medical, Dental, & Vision insurance on all travelers. They also offer a 401K to keep your retirement plan healthy. Other benefits include: They also have the following benefits 1. Identity Theft (Full Monitoring, Fraud Alerts, and $1M Insurance) 2. Technology Support (unlimited whole-home technology support) 3. Consumer Discounts (up to 30% discounts at over 100,000+ locations and online stores) 4. Nationwide Roadside Assistance – 24hrs 5. Telehealth from Senior Clinicians 6. EMR Resource & Support Panel
Their staff makes them unique. Their recruiters average over 15 years in the industry and some over 25 years. The leadership is passionate about patient care first. Every company says they provide the best rates but never explains how they can manage that. The PCA difference is that they don’t claim to be the largest travel agency, but we claim to be one of the most diverse in our services and talent.
They offer other products and services outside of staff augmentation (or contingent labor), including a robust direct hire division, compliance consulting and products, and training services. They don’t live or die on the margins of travel nurses, which is why they can be more flexible. Plus, they don’t report to hundreds of shareholders. Taking care of their caregivers comes first and last.