LAS VEGAS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Spectrum Accountable Care Company has acquired a contract to fill healthcare needs at Clark County’s Department of Juvenile Justice, utilizing the healthcare company’s stable of qualified Nursing staff.
Under an emergency contract awarded to Spectrum Accountable Care Company (Spectrum ACC), the healthcare organization has been asked to provide a pool of temporary nursing staff, including a Nurse Practitioner and Licensed Practical Nurse.
“Our goal is to be able to accommodate the immediate healthcare needs of clients like the Juvenile Justice Center. Through intensive pre-screening, our staff is ready and qualified to address our client’s needs, be it an emergency or long-term situation,” said Brian Kaiserman of Spectrum ACC.
Spectrum ACC staffs healthcare professionals including Physicians and Nurses in institutions ranging from acute care and rehabilitative hospitals, the Veterans Administration, and mental health facilities. They also provide staff to federal, state, and county correctional facilities.
“We are a local company that’s earned relationships with public and private facilities, and we enjoy introducing our healthcare professionals to opportunities in all of these unique environments,” Kaiserman said.
The growth of Spectrum ACC’s Las Vegas, Nevada, office has led to an additional location in Reno, Nevada.
About Spectrum Accountable Care Company
American Correctional Solutions, Inc is the parent company of Spectrum ACC. Both organizations provide quality healthcare professionals and medical services to correctional, community, private, and federal organizations in multiple states. For more information on Spectrum ACC go to www.spectrumplacements.com.