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You'll Be Assigned Your Very Own Credentialing Coordinator
Once you've decided on an assignment, your Credentialing Coordinator will reach out to help you through the required documents and compliance phase of onboarding. As a Joint Commission accredited agency, we're required to get (most) everything below prior to starting your first day. Sometimes your facility may require additional items, but no matter what, we'll help you stay on track.
For Most Assignments, Here's What We'll Need From You ASAP:
- Completion of your New Hire Packet sent to you through Echo-sign.
- Completed Consumer Authorized Form
- Completion of a drug screen within 48 hours of receiving the information. Your dedicated coordinator will set-up your drug screen at a location closest to the zip code provided by your recruiter.
- Completed competency exams through Relias.
- All of the following items:
- Notarized I-9 Supporting Documents
- MMR Immunization Records or Declination
- Hep B Records or Declination
- Varicella Records or Declination
- TB Skin Test
- Copy of BLS Certification (AHA/ARC, copy of front & back, signed)
- Copy of State License showing Renewal Date (if applicable)
- Copy of National Certificate (if applicable)
- Voided Check for Direct Deposit
Upon successfully completing all of your credentialing steps, bring a valid picture ID issued by a state, federal, or regulatory agency to your facility on your first day.
Here's Your Timesheet Information
Visit our Timesheet Info page to get all the info on where and when to send your timesheets. It's super easy!
Help with Housing
We provide flexible housing options including provided housing and housing stipends. Here's three additional resources to provide clarity into tax-free lodgings, tax home definition, and permanent home description, and more.
- Tax Home Form
- Tax Home Status Determination Worksheet
- Frequently Asked Housing Questions and Answers