NURSES “URGENTLY NEEDED” IN HOUSTON AND SURROUNDING FLOODED AREAS

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East County News Service

August 31, 2017 (Houston) -- Supplemental Health Care is working with multiple hospitals in Houston and surrounding flooded areas in southeastern Texas to help provide urgently needed registered nurses (RNs)  of all specialties.  “We need R Ns with a minimum of one year RN experience who can commit to traveling to Texas to help with Hurricane Harvey relief efforts immediately,” says Mary Lucas, chief talent officer for Supplemental Health Care.

Lucas says RNs are “urgently needed” adding, “If you, or anyone you know, is an RN and would like to help, please contact us immediately at 888-265-1068. Together we can make a difference and provide invaluable support to those effected by Hurricane Harvey.”


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Houston RN

What is the time frame on this project and what type of nursing is the assignment? Basically, can you send details please? Thank you, Bethany Cline