Kudos to Lacey!
Thank you so much Lacey for your dedication to your craft. A recent patient complimented you to your charge nurse saying how much she appreciated you and the care you gave her. Keep up the great work!
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CMS is a great option for local contracts in the greater Baltimore area, as well as travel assignments throughout the nation.
Chesapeake Medical Staffing (CMS) serves as one of Maryland’s largest and most respected health care staffing agencies. We have always focused on sourcing the highest quality health care professionals and providing our clients and employees with customer service that is second to none. Please explore our site further to learn what service lines we offer, our current openings, information about our home care & private duty sector, or our client service options.
Join us on Saturday, December 17th at 7pm for the CMS Holiday Party! The festivities will be be at Little Havana and details are below: FREE for you and a guest! CMS will provide light fare (think appetizers and cocktail fare) CMS will provide 1st round of drinks for you and a guest Photobooth and music Private space for CMS staff (clinical, administrative, clients, and affiliates) to socialize Little Havana – 1325 Key Hwy, Baltimore, MD 21230 Street and lot parking available Starts at 7p and goes as long as you can hang! Keep the date open and RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your spot or ask any questions!
Mark your calendars and save the date – September 22, 2016! CMS will be hosting a crab feast at Kahler’s Crab House in Rosedale, MD. 8036 Philadelphia Rd Rosedale, MD 21237 6p-10p There will be all you can eat crabs, soup, and corn on the cob. CMS will provide beer and wine – all for $20/person.
Daniel Carl Torsch Foundation Annual Bull & Shrimp Feast Dinner and Auction FUNDRAISER Friday, November 18th 2016 7:00pm-11:00pm Columbus Gardens, 4301 Klosterman Ave, Nottingham MD 21236 Pit beef, pit ham, chicken, steamed shrimp, shrimp soup, hot & cold buffet, taco bar and dessert Liquor, beer, wine, soft drinks, coffee & tea Music by “Knowledge Sound “ Auction to include packages, such as the “Best of Baltimore, Best of Ocean City and Best of Annapolis/Washington DC”, jewelry, Ravens and Orioles memorabilia and game tickets $43 per person – the proceeds from each ticket sold could save a life! Cash, check or charge – make checks payable to: DCT Foundation Tickets: Julie … Continued
Classes are re-certification only for the healthcare provider.
LOCATION: Chesapeake Medical Staffing Conference Room, 2401 York Road, Timonium, MD 21093. Please make sure arrive a few minutes early as the classes start on time. Map & Directions…
COST: $35.00 for active CMS Staff, and $45.00 for all Non-CMS Staff.
All of the courses are held at Startbeat Training Center in Baltimore, Maryland. Times are 8:30AM – 4:30PM unless otherwise noted. Cost is discounted at $100 (usually a $125 course) for ACTIVE CMS employees and $125 for Non-CMS employees. A one-time payroll deduction is also available for active CMS employees.
Pediatric Advanced Life Support Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS), developed by the American Heart Association and the American Academy of Pediatrics, focuses on critical issues in pediatric resuscitation for healthcare providers. There is a very clear emphasis on priorities in assessment and management of the ill or injured child.
Chesapeake Medical Staffing is proud to say we are one of the only agencies in the Baltimore/D.C. area that supplies staffing support in both a PRN (or Per Diem) and Full-Time (Contract or Travel) capacity. What does that mean for you? It means you have the flexibility to work one day a month or collect overtime pay weekly, all from the widest array of options in the area. So, let's talk a bit more about how it works.
Big Ups to Steve Benko – Congrats on being named CMS’ agency clinician of the month for November! I have had the privilege of working directly with Steve for the last 5 years and it has been a wonderful experience. He is a talented RN and a true gentleman (his comment below about being personable is spot on)! Here are a just a few of the wonderful comments from Steve’s clinical evaluations: *Steve is very cal under pressure, very dependable, knowledgeable and a true team players. We love working with Steve! *Steve has been with our ED intermittently for several years. He has strong clinical judgement and is a true team players. He is … Continued
Many RNs are worried about giving local contract or travel nursing a go at first due to the scary rumors they hear swirling around out there in the healthcare world. As a recruiter of more than 10 years let me fill you in on some insider info – all those rumors? NOT TRUE! Myth #1: Travelers Always Float I am happy to report that travelers don’t really float any more often than they would as a staff nurse. Do they float first? Typically. Do they float every shift? No. In what situation would a traveler float? The same situation in which a staff nurse would float – when the census … Continued
Its always nice to hear great feedback about our staff, and we got a double dose this week. Thank you so much to Stacey Hutzell and Rachana Homagain for being recognized for their exemplary care and teamwork. Stacey was working in GBMC’s SICU when a pt undergoing a gastric bypass had a bowel perforation and contrast tracking into her subcutaneous tissues. After an emergency procedure she went back to the SICU where Stacey was waiting. Rest assured, the pt was in good hands, and Stacey was recognized by a Director. Rachana was working a difficult shift at GBMC’s ER and was recognized along with the rest of her team for … Continued