New Horizons For Health Care in Homeland Security

We in the health care community are focused every day on saving lives, and on making people well and whole again after accident, injury, or illness. A great portion of our national human resources and capital wealth are dedicated to the objective of providing patient care and promoting good health. From the cradle to the grave, we try to protect people from pain and suffering, and help them recover from harm.

Learning to Prepare For The Worst

Events of this past year have brought us face to face, again, with the hard realization that some individuals and groups have extreme views that oppose everything we stand for in our professional lives. Horrific mass shootings in Las Vegas and Sutherland Springs crowded into the national consciousness in the last months of 2017, taking the lives of many innocent victims, leaving many more wounded and scarred for life.

These are just the latest in a long line of similar attacks. We have learned to prepare and practice for dealing with such events, in hopes of reducing the loss of life amid the carnage that follows. The Department of Homeland Security has produced public service announcements to this effect. It’s a kind of disaster preparedness most of us would rather not contemplate, but we realize that it’s better to prepare for the worst. We also continue to hope for the best.

Looking Forward to Better Days in 2018

At NHS Solutions, we look forward to a climate of optimism and positive change in our social and political environment that will lead to a safe and secure 2018 for all Americans, at home and abroad. In the spirit of preparedness, we are looking for candidates to fill Interim Emergency Nurse Leaders, Interim OR Leaders, and Interim Med/Surg positions.

We hope that you and yours will enjoy peace and prosperity as the old year ushers in the new. And we thank you for your ongoing support and look forward to serving with you in meeting our health care needs in the year ahead.

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