Supplemental Health Care was founded on March 15, 1984, originally created to give healthcare organizations access to traveling psychiatric and operating room nurses and technicians.
Since that time, we have continued to expand our service and geographic footprint. Today, through our network of over 60 local offices in major markets across the U.S. and our five national divisions (Travel Nursing, Travel Allied, Locum Tenens, HIM Professionals and Direct Hire) we place a variety of nursing, therapy and imaging, physician, and health information management professionals in facilities from coast-to-coast.
Our clients include an extremely diverse collection of healthcare facilities across a variety of clinical settings including hospital, home health, outpatient, skilled nursing, educational and correctional facilities.
Supplemental Health Care is proud to have a strong team of leaders that help ensure our continued success in healthcare staffing. Click here to get to know the members of our senior management team.
Supplemental Health Care has a rich history in delivering strategic workforce solutions. Read more about our history and see how we’ve become one of the nation’s leading healthcare staffing agencies.
I. C.A.R.E. Core Values
Supplemental Health Care believes that our commitment to our I.C.A.R.E. Core values contribute to our success. Read more about our values and how they guide our business operations.
Supplemental Health Care fosters a progressive work environment, allowing employees to enhance their skill sets and reach their full potential. Click here to explore our corporate career opportunities.
Press Releases & Media
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See for yourself how we have helped healthcare professionals and facilities deliver positive patient outcomes through our strategic partnerships and workforce solutions. Review our case studies to examine the solid results we have delivered in actual healthcare settings.