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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.
We do our best to protect our patients and their families from infection; but, sadly, hospital acquired infections are estimated to affect over 700,000 patients every year, killing some 70,000 patients annually. As nurses, we know we need to protect our patients from such deadly transmissions, but are we doing enough to protect ourselves? Even […]Comments: 0 Read More
It’s often said that it takes a special type of person to be a nurse, and it’s certainly true. It takes compassion, intelligence, insight, and an unusual amount of patience to make it in nursing. All of this is especially true of pediatric nursing. But, even though Pediatric Nurses face distinct challenges, it can also […]Comments: 0 Read More
What do you consider to be a dangerous job? Firefighter? Police Officer? Whatever traditional stereotypes might have you thinking, the dangers are much closer to home for us nurses. While fatal accidents are rare, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) reports that hospital workers suffer injuries nearly twice as often as the national average. […]Comments: 0 Read More
From Adam and Eve, to Bonnie and Clyde, to Hall and Oates, history has taught us one thing: Whatever one person can do, two can do better. Our success and happiness are dependent on the people around us, and this is equally true professionally. If you are an RN looking for work, you might start […]Comments: 0 Read More
We’ve come a long way since the days of leeches and primitive lithotomy, but a visit to the doctor is still a scary and mysterious event for most people. And when common diagnostic tests, such as a CT or ultrasound, are likely to cost $1,000 or much, much more, it’s not surprising that many patients […]Comments: 0 Read More
As a manager, what do you think your nursing staff values most in their jobs? It’s easy to expect that factors like salary or vacation time would top that list, but studies show that isn’t true. When the Boston Consulting Group interviewed thousands of workers in every industry, they found the most important factor in […]Comments: 0 Read More