Surge Staffing is ideal for the rapid evaluation and care of your patients when your facility is overwhelmed, either by patient numbers of staff attrition. BPM has providers at the ready who can deploy within 36 hours after an initial request. We know time is of the essence in medicine, and the can't be more apparent than when your staffing availability is not commensurate with your patient volume.
Typically designed for rapid response and short term deployments while demand is high, our Sure Staffing model has proven successful for numerous healthcare facilities across Montana during the Covid-19 Pandemic. Call today to talk with our sales team and find out is surge staffing is right for you!
Locum tenens providers fill important roles while long term staffing is inadequate. These providers augment your staff on a temporary basis for a range anywhere between a few days and up to six months or more depending on your needs.
Originally devised in the late 1970's, Locum tenens staffing targeted the needs for high-quality providers in rural areas that would normally lack access to such providers. Our history and track record of supporting rural healthcare systems have given valuable insight in the best ways to provide this temporary staffing. BPM recognizes the need for providers at various scopes of practice. Our locum staff include PAs, RNs, Nurse Practitioners, Paramedics, and more!
Travel nursing is a fantastic opportunity for new and seasoned providers alike. travel nurses are registered nurses who work in short-term roles at hospitals, clinics, and other healthcare facilities around the world.
This is a valuable opportunity for new providers to travel to different population areas and healthcare systems in order to further define their focus of care. Travel nurses represent invaluable assets to healthcare systems that either can't get enough long term staff, or are going through predicted growth in patient volume. Ideal for when a few, dedicated, full time providers are needed, our Travel Nursing service offers providers are various levels including CNAs, LPNs, RNs, and Nurse Practitioners.
In the event of healthcare system overload—when the number of patients in a healthcare system exponentially exceeds the available staffing or when medical staff are unable to work due to quarantines—Paramedic Resource Group will provide staffing relief for impacted areas. Natural disasters and pandemics pose a major risk to healthcare systems, especially in rural America where staffing is already short. We are proud to deploy licensed and highly trained EMTs, AEMTs, Paramedics, and Nurses to reduce the load on burdened medical systems.
During the Covid-19 Pandemic when healthcare systems were extremely stressed, we were able to provide numerous MT hospitals and care facilities with emergency surge staffing.
The definition of locum tenens, roughly translated from Latin, means “to hold a place.” Locum tenens providers fill in for other providers on a temporary basis for a range of a few days to up to six months or more. When a healthcare employer faces temporary staffing shortages due to vacancies, illness, or other causes, BPM is here to provider top-notch providers and other part-time clinicians to fill vacancies.
Originally devised in 1979 to address the need for physicians in rural areas that lacked access to higher medical care, the locum staffing has evolved with the needs of our times. Now, in addition to physicians, we support rural and frontier healthcare facilities with highly qualified Physician Assistants, Registered Nurses, Nurse Practitioners, and Paramedics. All of our providers are highly trained and capable of integrating in your care system.
Travel nurses are RNs, LPN, CNAs, or Nurse Practitioners who work short-term roles at hospitals, clinics, and other healthcare facilities. Travel nurses help fill gaps in areas where there are nursing shortages, or where recruitment of long term staff proves difficult.
Due to staffing shortages from various causes, healthcare facilities lack the adequate volume of providers to care for their patients. Travel nurses can fill these vacancies on a short term basis - typically 8-32 weeks. Temporary providers integrate into healthcare systems and provide seamless patient care using established protocols, charting, and patient care practices.
Travel nursing gives new and seasoned clinicians the valuable opportunity to expand their career while traveling and doing what they love; supporting healthcare systems all the while.