GHR Family of Companies

Today, our GHR Healthcare family provides healthcare and community support-focused staff through six operating brands:

General Healthcare Resources, LLC

A leading healthcare staffing agency for quality healthcare professionals in the Nursing, Therapy, Pharmacy, Educational and Behavioral Health fields since 1993.

Travel Nursing

GHR Travel Nursing allows nurses to satisfy their desire to travel and advance their careers by going where they are needed most.

Education

Since 2011, GHR Education has connected dedicated professionals with schools, school districts, intermediate units, charter schools and specialty schools to make a difference in children’s lives.

Human Services

We partner with private facilities, community organizations and public service agencies to find caring, competent people including counselors, social workers and therapists ready to make a real impact.

Technology

Combining the latest sourcing, recruiting and placement technology, with years of IT staffing experience, GHR connects healthcare clients with in-demand technical professionals.

Search

We take a consultative and strategic approach to solving recruitment challenges for clients and helping candidates reach their career goals.

Mission:

To help you help others.

What we do allows the healthcare facilities we support and the people we place provide quality care to the people they serve.

Vision:

Finding the right person, for the right job, at the right time. Because it matters.

By knowing our clients and those we place, we can match the perfect person with the perfect job. Every time.

Values:

At our medical recruitment agency, these core beliefs drive everything we do:

  •   Work hard
  •   Create a company we love
  •   Do it right
  •   Make everything matter
  •   Be determined

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