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TalentTrack Secures New Critical Care Nursing Project To Support Shands Jacksonville National Recruitment Efforts


[Toledo, OH – July26, 2005] – TalentTrack announced today that it has won a contract to provide recruitment process outsourcing services to Shands Jacksonville, a Level I Trauma Center with over 4000 employees.

Under the terms of the contract, TalentTrack will provide complete end-to-end recruitment outsourcing services for the hiring of critical care nurses for their trauma service. According to Mark Melfi, Executive Vice President of TalentTrack, “We are excited to begin this new partnership with Shands Jacksonville and look forward to helping them achieve their hiring goals by placing top nursing talent into their organization in a timely and cost effective manner.”
Shands Healthcare, affiliated with the University of Florida, is one of the Southeast’s premier health systems. Besides Shands Jacksonville, the system includes eight other hospitals, more than eighty affiliated primary and specialty physician practices and a medical staff of 1500 UF faculty and community physicians. .Shands Jacksonville offers a complete range of healthcare services from a state-of-the-art cardiovascular center to a renowned neonatal intensive care unit. The hospital has over 100,000 emergency room visits a year and has a full complement of ambulatory services as well.
Headquartered in Toledo, OH, TalentTrack is a national provider of comprehensive end-to-end talent management solutions, primarily recruitment outsourcing. The company provides a unique blend of high-touch and high-tech talent applications. TalentTrack’s distinctive strategies – a combination of world class intellectual capital, cutting edge web technology platforms, and other related tools – deliver best in class results, guaranteed, to help clients win the “war for talent.”

For information: www.talenttrack.com
Contact: lovenden@talenttrack.com
Phone: 419-720-1416

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