Nurse staffing

Agila nurse staffing - the obvious choice

Quality assured nurse staffing

Agila's nurse staffing only involves working with the most skilled nurses in Sweden. To ensure that our recruiting hits the mark, our consultant managers conduct a stringent and well planned selection process. All nurses who work for us have undergone a highly comprehensive skills and authentication control.

The selection process for nurses is reviewed, subjected to a quality test and undergoes constant development by Agila's Medical Committee, which consists of five people with many years of experience in the Swedish healthcare system either as employees or through a staffing agency. This comprehensive control process is a key reason for the multiple comments of praise we have received during our follow-ups of our nurse staffing. Our control system for nurse staffing has earned ISA 9001 certification.

Responsible nurse staffing/hiring out of nurses

As a supplier of nurse staffing services, we feel that it is a given that our clients should be able to count on us to deliver exactly what is expected. We always take responsibility for ensuring that the nurses we work with perform well. In the event that a client does not feel that the nurse performs up to the standards promised, we consider it obvious that we provide the client with a replacement.

Personal contact gives sustainable and long-term nurse staffing

You will immediately be assigned a personal contact person who then handles all communication with you. Through frequent and personal dialogue, we get to know each other, what is important for your business and the type of nurse staffing which suits you best. This enables us to find the right locum nurse for each job. A personal relationship makes it easier to offer fast and tailored solutions for our clients' nurse staffing problems.

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