LAS VEGAS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Spectrum Accountable Care Company (Spectrum ACC), has acquired a contract from the State of Wisconsin Department of Veterans Affairs to provide medical services to Veterans and their spouses. Under the contract, Spectrum ACC will supply Registered Nurses and other auxiliary nursing staff to the King and Union Grove facilities.
“We are very excited about this contract, because we can’t think of a more deserving population to provide quality healthcare to than our Veterans,” said Barry Goldstein, President of Spectrum ACC.
Spectrum ACC currently staffs healthcare professionals including physicians and nurses to facilities across the country. Their healthcare providers work in institutions ranging from acute care and rehabilitative hospitals, to Veterans Administrations, and mental health facilities. Spectrum ACC’s healthcare providers have the flexibility of working part-time or full-time, augmenting an institution’s current staff.
The steadfast growth of Spectrum ACC’s Las Vegas, Nevada, office has led to an additional office located in Reno, Nevada.
About Spectrum Accountable Care Company:
American Correctional Solutions, Inc. is the parent company of Spectrum ACC, Veteran Force, and AXplat. As one of the INC 500 Fastest-Growing Private Companies, ACS’s organizations provide medical services, healthcare professionals, and information technology to correctional, community, private, and federal organizations.
For more information on Spectrum ACC go to www.spectrumplacements.com.
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