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The American Nurses Association projects a strong job market in the coming year. In the organization’s 2014 Nursing Jobs Outlook, Jeremy Enck, vice president of sales at Fortus Healthcare Resources, says he’s seen a trend toward more organizations looking for nurses who speak more than one language. “Any language,” can be useful, he says. “If… Read more »

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In the past two years, Fortus Healthcare Resources has been placed on the Inc. 5000, an annual list of the fastest-growing private companies in the United States compiled by Inc. Magazine. For an Insights column, “My Best Advice” – Wisdom from Inc. 5000 Leaders, Collaborative Legacy Partners asked the founders, CEOs, and presidents of current… Read more »

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Current statistics show that nearly 8 percent of the U.S. population has been diagnosed with Diabetes. An estimated seven million people do not even know they have this disease. One of the biggest risks is surgery as 25 percent of diabetic patients will require surgery at some point in their lives. Complications and mortality in… Read more »

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No blog post today. Instead we decided to tell you a little bit about us, starting with our home town. Check out our Board on Pinterest! http://www.pinterest.com/fortusresources/the-fortus-tours-utica/

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Rebecca Urtz, account executive at Fortus Travel Healthcare Resources, is listed among the “2013 Recruiters of the Year” by Healthcare Traveler, the primary resource for mobile healthcare professionals.  The publication compiles its annual honor roll based on nominations submitted by healthcare travelers touting successful traveler-recruiter relationships.  One testimonial states: “I could not be happier having… Read more »

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Dialysis treatment acts as a filter for the body for individuals facing disease and failure of the kidneys. When kidneys don’t properly work to flush out toxins , assistance in the form of dialysis may be needed. However, the treatment for kidney disease and injury can vary depending on the circumstances. Dialysis falls into two… Read more »