2020 has proven to be one of the most challenge filled years in recent history. We have witnessed an unprecedented worldwide health crisis.
Never has the need for highly skilled nurses and healthcare providers ever existed. The world has seen firsthand how courageous healthcare frontline providers are. As the CEO of ProMed Staffing Resources, I have seen with my own eyes the commitment to care that nurses provide. In New York and New Jersey hospitals, Nursing Homes and Shelters, our nurses were there when needed.
We must ALL pause for a moment during this holiday season and truly give thanks to ALL the Healthcare Heroes. I am especially grateful and proud of what our nurses and healthcare workers were able to do—working endless hours to care for the critically ill and ensuring the safety of New York’s most vulnerable citizens in the shelters.
ProMed Staffing Resources was at the ready to provide nurses when the urgent need arose. Partnering with NYC DOHS and NYCHH, the residents of New York were cared for as never before.
I cannot go without giving praise to our internal staff that worked tirelessly to coordinate the distribution of critically needed PPE. For our team, delivering meals to the hospital units was more than just providing food. It was just one of the many ways ProMed Staffing Resources cared for those that cared for others.
Going into the New Year, ProMed Staffing Resources is well-positioned to service our client facilities with even more resources. I am inspired by what ProMed Staffing has been able to do in 2020 and with great privilege to do even more for our healthcare clients in 2021.
Despite challenges, 2020 has proven to be one of the most fruitful years for ProMed Staffing Resources in staffing frontline heroes at NYC’s hospitals, nursing homes, schools, and shelters. These accomplishments would not have been possible without our talented and dedicated team. I would certainly be remiss if I did not thank them.
As ProMed Staffing Resources moves into 2021, we see great opportunities. We are ready to provide more skilled healthcare personnel to local COVID testing sites, place more School Nurses in NYC schools to ensure that the COVID protocols are followed so that children can return safely to schools. And continue staffing local hospitals to keep the second wave at bay.