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WINNER of 2018 SIA Best Staffing Firms to Work For

Pioneer Healthcare Services is the Grand Prize Winner of the 2018 SIA Best Staffing Firms to Work For! About the award: The winners represent companies who scored in the top quartile in each of the contest categories and the Grand Prize Winners reflect the organizations with the highest scores.

The Best White Noise Apps and Devices for Third Shift Nurses

You’ve just signed a contract to work nights.

Event Recap: Home of Guiding Hands Under the Big Top Gala

We recently attended Home of Guiding Hands‘ 43rd Gala, “HGH Under the Big Top, the Greatest Gala on Earth!” The circus theme was prevalent: ring masters, jugglers, contortionists, and more.

Nurses and Therapists, Promote Your Skills on Social Media

Facebook and other social media platforms such as LinkedIn are two-way streets when it comes to job searching.

Pioneer Gives Back: ProduceGood Citrus Pick in Valley Center

On Saturday June 3, 2017 we picked 1036 pounds of oranges for the San Diego Food Bank.

Diagnosing Your Ideal Healthcare Career

Deciding you want to be a nurse is the easy part.

Types of Nurses and the Role They Play in Healthcare

From nursing assistants to registered nurses, all kinds of medical professionals play a crucial role in the healthcare sector.

Nurses, Memorize the Muscles in the Human Body With This Image

We found this graphic via, and we think it’s an excellent visual for helping you memorize all of the muscles in the body for your NCLEX quiz.

Pioneer Healthcare Services is Now Joint Commission Certified!

The Joint Commission is an independent, not-for-profit organization that accredits and certifies nearly 21,000 health care organizations and programs in the United States.

OT Month: How to Promote and Explain Occupational Therapy

American Occupational Therapy Association‘s vision for occupational therapy is that it’s “…a powerful, widely recognized, science‐driven, and evidence‐based profession with a globally connected and diverse workforce meeting society’s occupational needs.