Nomad Health adds workforce services in North Carolina, Florida

Nomad Health, a New York City-based technology company focused on healthcare staffing, is expanding its online jobs marketplace that connects workers with clinical positions.

The company expanded its marketplace in Florida and North Carolina, meaning physicians and nurses on the East Coast, as well as in Texas and California, can use the offering, Nomad said via news release.

The company noted Wilmington, N.C.-based Coastal Carolinas Health Alliance and Cary, N.C.-based Southern Atlantic Healthcare Alliance endorsed the expansion, and that the move comes amid a national clinician shortage.

"We are thrilled to bring Nomad's platform to healthcare facilities in North Carolina and Florida. These are two of the fastest growing state populations in the nation and will therefore bear a disproportional part of the clinician shortage burden," said Nomad Health co-founder and CEO, Alexi Nazem, MD. "We are confident that with our cutting-edge technology and in partnership with leading organizations like CCHA and SAHA, we'll be able to address these critical challenges and help get doctors and nurses to the facilities that need them to serve patients across the great states of Florida and North Carolina."



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