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Our Healthcare Talent Categories

  • Physicians diagnose and treat patients’ medical conditions, diseases, and injuries. They may specialize in various fields such as internal medicine, surgery, pediatrics, or psychiatry.
  • Requirements: Completion of medical school (M.D. or D.O.) followed by residency training in a specific medical specialty.
2. Registered Nurse (RN):
  • Registered nurses provide direct patient care, administer medications, and assist with treatment plans under the supervision of physicians.
  • Requirements: A nursing diploma, associate degree in nursing (ADN), or bachelor of science in nursing (BSN) and passing the NCLEX-RN exam.
3. Nurse Practitioner (NP):
  • Nurse practitioners are advanced practice registered nurses who diagnose and treat medical conditions, order diagnostic tests, and prescribe medications.
  • Requirements: A master’s degree in nursing (MSN) and national certification in a specific nurse practitioner specialty.
4. Physician Assistant (PA):
  • Physician assistants work under the supervision of physicians to provide patient care, diagnose and treat medical conditions, and perform various medical procedures.
  • Requirements: A master’s degree from an accredited physician assistant program and national certification.
5. Pharmacist:
  • Pharmacists dispense medications, provide medication counseling to patients, and ensure safe and effective drug use.
  • Requirements: A Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.) degree and state licensure.
6. Medical Laboratory Technician/Technologist:
  • Medical laboratory professionals perform diagnostic tests on patient samples, such as blood and tissue, to help diagnose diseases and conditions.
  • Requirements: An associate degree (technician) or bachelor’s degree (technologist) in medical laboratory science and certification.
7. Physical Therapist (PT):
  • Physical therapists help patients recover from injuries and improve mobility through exercises and physical therapy techniques.
  • Requirements: A Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) degree and state licensure.
8. Occupational Therapist (OT):
  • Occupational therapists assist patients in regaining skills needed for daily living and work, often after injury or illness.
  • Requirements: A master’s degree in occupational therapy and state licensure.
9. Dental Hygienist:
  • Dental hygienists clean teeth, provide oral health education, and assist dentists in various dental procedures.
  • Requirements: An associate degree in dental hygiene and state licensure.
10. Medical Doctor (M.D.)/Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (D.O.):
  • M.D. and D.O. physicians complete medical school and are trained in various medical specialties. They can work as general practitioners or specialists.
  • Requirements: Completion of medical school (M.D. or D.O.) followed by residency training in a specific medical specialty.
11. Healthcare Administrator/Health Services Manager:
  • Healthcare administrators manage and oversee the operations of healthcare facilities, including hospitals, clinics, and long-term care facilities.
  • Requirements: A bachelor’s or master’s degree in healthcare administration or a related field.
12. Radiologic Technologist:
  • Radiologic technologists operate imaging equipment, such as X-ray machines and CT scanners, to help diagnose medical conditions.
  • Requirements: Completion of an accredited radiologic technology program and state licensure.
13. Mental Health Counselor/Psychologist:
  • Mental health professionals provide counseling and therapy to individuals and groups to address mental health and emotional issues.
  • Requirements: A master’s degree in psychology or counseling (for counselors) or a Ph.D. or Psy.D. in psychology (for psychologists) and state licensure.
14. Healthcare Researcher/Scientist:
  • Healthcare researchers conduct scientific studies to advance medical knowledge, improve treatments, and develop new therapies.
  • Requirements: A doctoral degree (Ph.D. or M.D./Ph.D.) in a healthcare-related field, along with research experience.