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MSG Staffing – connecting premier medical facilities with qualified medical personnel. From short-term temporary staffing to long-term direct hire placement, MSG has the solution to all your staffing needs.
Serving hospitals, private clinics, and home care organizations from coast to coast.
Providing qualified nurses, pharmacists, and allied healthcare staffing.
Bring us your career dreams and goals. We listen. We care. We don’t stop until we connect you with that job you’ve been dreaming about – whether it’s short-term, long-term, or traveling to a new location.
MSG Staffing – the source of solutions for temporary staffing – whether you’re the game owner or the player looking for a position. From coast to coast – we connect healthcare organizations with qualified travel nurses, pharmacists, and allied healthcare.
MSG Staffing – the perfect connection between Premier Healthcare Organizations and Top Tier Medical Personnel. We connect the best with the best, creating successful direct-hire partnerships from coast to coast.
MSG Staffing was founded in 2005 to provide top healthcare recruiting and medical personnel staffing services in New England. Today, we have grown and are now making quality connections for healthcare organizations and personnel from coast to coast. We pride ourselves on the quality of our candidates and the speed (sometimes in 30 minutes) at which we can have the right person in place to meet (and exceed!) our clients’ needs. At MSG, we believe in personal attention. That’s why every client has a dedicated account manager who listens to and then promptly responds to their needs and every candidate receives the respect and appreciation they deserve.
As a hiring manager, you’ll work with many recruiters during your career. Since many hospitals rely heavily on travel nurses and other temporary workers, you’ll need to develop a strong relationship with a recruiter you can trust. How can you guarantee a functional interchange that meets your facility’s needs?Choose an Expert RecruiterYour facility doesn’t just […]Comments: 0 Read More
For travel nurses, one of the biggest perks of our job is flexibility. We get to pick a new job and a new town as often as every couple of months. The one downside to flexibility, however, is instability. There are a lot of reasons a travel nursing contract could end early. For example, if […]Comments: 0 Read More
If you spend much time talking to travel nurses, you’ll find that housing comes up more than almost any other issue. Your housing situation can make or break your travel assignment. If you’re thinking of accepting a travel nursing contract soon, you’re probably trying to decide between company housing and the housing stipend. There are […]Comments: 0 Read More
Life on the road is lonely. Most travel nurses find that, in order to stay sane, they need to bring along some creature comforts; some more literally than others! If you’re like many nurses, traveling with your pets is mandatory. Though it’s well worth the effort to bring Fido or Whiskers along with you, you’ll […]Comments: 0 Read More
While most of your nurses would love the extra cash from time to time, unnecessary overtime can quickly wreck your budget. The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) requires that most workers be paid 1.5 times their hourly wage for every hour worked over 40 hours in a work week. Even so, there are exceptions to […]Comments: 0 Read More
Every decent job you go after is going to have many different applicants. Even though we are currently in a nursing shortage, the field remains competitive. Knowing that nursing managers will look over dozens of resumes before ever meeting a single candidate in person, you need to be sure that your resume is the one […]Comments: 0 Read More