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Testimonial Tuesday!

By AHS | March 17, 2015
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“What I like best about working at AHS RenalStat is their friendly staff.  When you work for AHS, you actually feel like they care about your well-being as a travel nurse."  ~Denene, RN~

Thank you to all of our dialysis nurses and dialysis technicians for representing AHS RenalStat so well.  We appreciate all that you do!

Kidney Disease to Grow Significantly in Coming Years

By AHS | March 16, 2015
study published in the March issue of the American Journal of Kidney Diseases projects that the number of new cases of chronic kidney disease (pre-dialysis) will grow significantly through 2030. More than half the U.S. adults aged 30 to 64 years are likely to develop CKD.

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Employee Spotlight: Meet Megan McCormick, Scheduling Coordinator

By AHS | March 10, 2015

At AHS Staffing, our company values, integrity and knowledge are never more apparent than when you meet our employees.  AHS feels fortunate to have such wonderful employees on our team!

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 Meet Megan McCormick

Below is an employee spotlight to help you put a face with a name and learn a little more about Megan.  AHS is happy to have such wonderful people on our team!

Travel Tuesday!

By AHS | March 03, 2015
At AHS RenalStat, we know you have options when it comes to work, and we have opportunities for RNs, Clinical Managers, and CDTs across the country! Our job is to help you find that dream job that makes you want to get up every morning. In places you have always dreamed of visiting. We have opportunities in beautiful areas – your dream destination. Whether you want to work permanent or travel assignments, we have just the right fit for you!  Below we’ve highlighted one of the areas we currently have available. But you better hurry, here today, gone tomorrow! But guess what? We have new positions come across our desk daily!

Report Shows Most Dialysis Patients Aren't Prepared for A Disaster

By AHS | March 02, 2015
As a dialysis patient, do you have a back-up plan in case of a disaster?

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People on dialysis rely on water, electricity and transportation to get to their treatments, making them particularly vulnerable during emergencies or natural disasters.

2015 will go down in history as one of the worst winters parts of the country have experienced.  Boston has received 73.3 inches of snow from January 12 to February 10.

That amount of snowfall will keep many inside for weeks




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