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HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONALS

Established in 1995, Mediscan built a solid reputation of providing quality healthcare professionals to medical facilities throughout the state of California. Over the years, our expertise in providing outstanding healthcare services to our clients within California enabled us to evolve into a leading provider of highly qualified healthcare professionals to facilities not only in the state of California, but throughout the country.

Our foundation is built upon our passion for making a difference. Our employees are the heart of our business. We invest heavily in our programs and processes to ensure that we make exceptional connections between our clients and employees. With offerings that help guide professionals through every stage of their careers, we are coaching a new generation of healthcare professionals. In turn, the Mediscan community is spreading its culture of care across the nation!

PROCESS

You’re excited to find a new job. We are excited to help!  Whether you are looking for a part-time or full-time local contract, per diem work or to travel across the country, we can make it happen. Our commitment is to help you make your dreams come true.  Allow us the opportunity to partner with you on your journey and provide you with the best career experience possible!

BENEFITS

As you would expect from a prominent staffing organization, Mediscan employees enjoy the ability to customize their own compensation packages.  Our account managers have amazing relationships with our clients, which allows us to negotiate compensation packages that meet your needs and financial requirements. We offer a plethora of customized benefit options for you to choose from. A few of those benefits include:

  • Medical, dental, and vision Insurance
  • Company paid housing and relocation assistance
  • Tax-free benefits including meals and incidentals, and housing stipends
  • Continuing education and professional conference reimbursements
  • Sign on or completion bonuses

TOP INTERVIEW TIPS

  • Do your homework. Your recruiter may have a wealth of information about the medical system and/or job opportunity you are interviewing for.  Don’t be shy.  Ask questions! The more you know about the medical system, the staff members, patients, and the expectations, the better prepared you will be to prove that your skills and abilities match their needs.
  • Prepare to answer questions. Practice your answers.  Conduct a mock interview with friends and family. You will be asked a number of behavioral-based interview questions. Have your stories ready. 
  • Have a list of questions ready to ask the interviewer. Prepare a list of thoughtful and relevant questions to ask in the interview. This indicates that you have given the job opportunity some considerable thought before your interview. 
  • Communicate effectively in your interview. During the interview smile, speak positively and use your body language to express your enthusiasm for the position. Enthusiasm is key to a successful interview! 
  • Closing the interview. Restate your interest in the position. Thank the interviewer for their time. Make sure you have all the pertinent contact information to follow-up.
  • Follow up after the interview. Always send a thank you letter immediately following the interview to your Recruiter. This will allow them to follow-up with the client on your behalf.
 

Testimonials

“Mediscan is the first Nursing Registry that I have worked with as a case manager. My experience has been great. Yvette Pena is the recruiter that has been working with me from the very first day. Yvette is always professional, polite, kind , a great listener and she is compassionate about her job. Yvette calls me back if she misses my call and follow thru on her promise to get back with me when I have a complicated or questionable circumstances during work. Working with Yvette and the staff at Mediscan has been a positive, personable experience. I greatly appreciate how they have worked diligently to get assignments that fit my request.”

Pamela S. - RN
Case Manager

“It has been pleasure working with you and Mediscan. The service you and Mediscan provides to their candidates has been outstanding. You were always available to me whenever I had an issue or concern. You were prompt to respond and courteous. Mediscan came through when I was looking for a very specific kind of Job. Not only did Mediscan find what I was looking for but found it quickly. Can't thank you and Mediscan enough. It has been an honor working with you Ms. Yvette. I would recommend Mediscan to anyone.”

Upadhyaya J. - RN
Case Manager

FAQS

  • How exactly does a staffing agency work?
    Mediscan will become your advocate and partner in representing you in the search for a new job opportunity. We have secured and continue to develop new relationships with key hospital administrators nationwide, which help put your résumé on top of the stack. Once you accept a position through Mediscan, you become an employee of the organization.

  • Is it wrong for me to submit my résumé to multiple staffing agencies?
    No, it isn't wrong, but do limit yourself to a very few agencies. You want to avoid being presented to clients by multiple agencies as that may diminish your chances of being selected to interview.  As you begin speaking to recruitment managers, interview them as much as they are interviewing you. Select the recruitment manager and staffing agency that you feel will best meet your needs and allow that agency the time to represent you to their clients.
  • What can a recruiting agency do for me that I can't do for myself?
    A good staffing agency will get your résumé and set up a pre-interview to talk about your skills, your goals and the job you are applying for.  Résumés don't always do a candidate justice, and a good recruitment manager will draw out of you information relevant to the position that you may not have thought to mention in your résumé. A good recruiter knows a lot about the job you are applying for and will provide you the inside scoop about the opportunity prior to actually interviewing.  Recruiters also have jobs that aren't posted, and after talking with you may recommend you for something you didn't even know was out there.
  • What is the etiquette in working with a recruiter in general?
    Great question! So glad you asked! Recruiters appreciate honest communication. If you are working with multiple agencies or are actively submitting résumés to prospective employers on your own, it would be better for everyone if you let the recruiter know. You don't have to give a lot of details but a recruiter is working on your behalf. Recruiters should never send unsolicited résumés and should always contact you before sending a résumé to a prospective client. A good recruiter will conduct a phone interview with you so they can properly prepare your profile to present you to their clients. Keep it simple, keep it honest and keep the communication lines open.
 

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