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Allied Resources Medical Staffing Announces New Manager of Finance

Lehigh Valley-based medical staffing company hires Nadege Jones for newly created position

Lehigh Valley, PA May 17, 2019...

Allied Resources Medical Staffing (ARMStaffing) today announced it has hired Nadege Jones who will serve as the Manager of Finance. In her newly created position, Nadege will build relationships with facility clients and healthcare professionals in all areas of payroll and billing. She will oversee the Finance Department to make sure all functions are operating efficiently. Nadege brings 15 years of experience as a financial professional with a track record of managing teams that deliver superior performance. With over 15 years of financial and budget experience, my wide-ranging expertise includes financial analysis, client relations, and administration.

Prior to ARMStaffing, Nadege worked at Fresenius Medical Care North America in the Brooklyn region as a Financial Coordinator for over two years. She was responsible for executing implementation of the modern financial coordinator program in five outpatient dialysis centers while interacted with business development team regarding health insurance education at local hospitals and third-party physician groups.

"I am excited to have Nadege join our team," commented Hope Bender, Vice President of ARMS. "In this new role within ARMStaffing, Nadege will work to ensure our field staff of nurses are informed while providing the highest level of service throughout our client facilities."

Allied Resources Medical Staffing (ARMStaffing) places RNs, LPNs, CNAs and allied health care professionals in per-diem, direct hire and long-term contract positions in nursing homes, long-term care facilities and hospitals in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York and Delaware. Allied Resources Medical Staffing has earned the Joint Commission's Gold Seal of Approval signifying that the Company has met the rigorous standards for providing safe, high-quality care and for continuous performance improvement (

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9th consecutive year Company has earned distinction

Lehigh Valley, PA May 3, 2019...

Allied Resources Medical Staffing (ARMStaffing) today announced it has earned The Joint Commission's Gold Seal of Approval for Health Care Staffing Services Certification. The certification demonstrates ARMStaffing's commitment to providing qualified and competent health care professionals. This is the 9th consecutive year the Company has received this distinction.

ARMStaffing underwent a rigorous onsite review on April 4, 2019. Joint Commission experts evaluated compliance with national standards that assess how health care staffing firms determine the qualifications and competency of staff, placement of staff, and how they monitor performance. All certified health care staffing organizations are required to collect data on their own performance.

Health care staffing firms place temporary staff in organizations that direct or provide patient care. Established in October 2004, Health Care Staffing Services Certification, awarded for a two-year period, offers an independent and comprehensive evaluation of a staffing firms abilities to provide competent staffing services.

"ARMStaffing has demonstrated its commitment to providing quality health care staffing services to health care organizations as evidenced by its achievement of Joint Commission certification," said Patrick Phelan, executive director, Hospital Business Development, The Joint Commission. "We recognize and commend ARMStaffing for its efforts to provide a safe, high-quality standard of service."

"ARMStaffing is pleased to receive certification from The Joint Commission, the premier quality improvement and accrediting body in the nation," added Hope Bender, Vice President, ARMStaffing. "Health Care Staffing Certification demonstrates our commitment and accountability to clients and the health care professionals we employ. Certification establishes, defines and measures delivery on key functional areas and performance measures across the entire industry."

The Joint Commission
Founded in 1951, The Joint Commission seeks to continuously improve health care for the public, in collaboration with other stakeholders, by evaluating health care organizations and inspiring them to excel in providing safe and effective care of the highest quality and value. The Joint Commission accredits and certifies more than 21,000 health care organizations and programs in the United States. An independent, nonprofit organization, The Joint Commission is the nation's oldest and largest standards-setting and accrediting body in health care. Learn more about The Joint Commission at

Allied Resources Medical Staffing (ARMStaffing)
ARMStaffing (online at places RNs, LPNs, CNAs and allied health care professionals both per-diem and on long-term contracts in nursing homes, long-term care facilities and hospitals in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, Delaware and throughout the United States. ARMStaffing has earned the Joint Commission's Gold Seal of Approval signifying that the Company has met the rigorous standards for providing safe, high-quality care and for continuous performance improvement ( ARMStaffing is a part of Allied Resources, headquartered in Exton, PA.

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ARMStaffing - Lehigh Valley Business Profile- January 23, 2017

FOCUS on HealthCare

One Greater Lehigh Valley staffing firm has found its health care niche, extending its culture from its office to hospitals and medical facilities in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and beyond.

Allied Resources Medical Staffing has spent the last seven years creating and managing a portfolio that has reached more than 400 medical professionals.

A privately held business with 27 employees, it has a bustling enterprise based in Lower Macungie Township and has the backing of nearly every hospital in Pennsylvania and New Jersey.

"We are the leading health care staffing company in Pennsylvania," said Jennifer Dietz, director of operations for Allied Resources. "We have a relationship with 95 percent of the hospitals in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. "Our territory is technically the entire United States. If one of our nurses wants to travel to any other state, we can make that happen for them. Our tag line is, 'Where do you want to go?' because we don't limit our nurses."

Allied Resources Medical Staffing, a division of Allied Resources Staffing Solutions in Exton, provides registered nurses, licensed practical nurses, certified nursing assistants and allied health professionals to hos-pitals, health networks, long-term care facilities, acute care facilities and medical offices through contract, per diem and direct hire positions.

Allied Resources was founded in 2010 by Dennis Zatlin and Hope Bender. The business partners met while Zatlin, who runs Allied Resources Staffing's office in Exton, was building his staffing companies.
Bender was in the medical staffing industry for nine years at that point. She said that the duo recognized a big opportunity to provide medical staffing in the Lehigh Valley, where health care is a leading industry.

"ARMStaffing has had very consistent growth since its inception. The health care field is growing and will continue to grow in coming years," said Bender, vice president of the company.
"We have survived by providing exceptional service and developing relationships with our clients and team. Our nurses work with us because we consider them family."

Allied Resources had an eventful year in 2015, moving its offices into a larger space in the same building on Liberty Lane. The company moved to the lower level of the complex to accommodate its expanding workforce.
Shortly after the move, Allied went through a site survey of its medical staff by The Joint Commission, a nonprofit that accredits health care organizations. Allied received the commission's Gold Seal of Approval in staffing.

Bender and Dietz said the firm's placement process is based on Joint Commission standards, and all potential medical professionals booked through Allied's office must go through reference checks, regular performance evaluations, skills checklists and core competency exams on an annual basis.

"By keeping our staff current, we can place a new RN on a new contract with-in seven business days, but our current staff can work immediately in a per diem capacity based on our clients' credentialing checklist requirements," Bender said.

Allied Resources finds a lot of its staff through word-of-mouth, by a friend or member of the Allied team and through social media. Facebook and LinkedIn are two top sites where prospective staffers can be discovered and placed in a job posted by Allied.

"Having [Joint Commission] accreditation is not a requirement, but all hospitals are Joint Commission certified and may not work with a staffing agency that does not meet the same standards," Bender said.
With an aging population, the demand for quality contract and per diem staff has increased. This was not the case eight to 10 years ago, according to Bender and Dietz.

Dietz said that a decade ago it was commonplace to get calls to fill a nursing shift at the last minute. Today it is more contract staffing. The continuity of care, and jobs offer more stability. Our staff generally knows where they are going for a specified amount of time," Dietz said. "It used to be that a call came in for a position on an as-needed basis. So there has been that shift."

St. Luke's Physician Group, vice president Joe Minahan said St. Luke's has been using Allied for several years. "By using the team at Allied Resources Medical Staffing, we've been able to efficiently grow our complement of support staff, which in turn enhances our ability to care for patients," Minahan said. "We have an unwavering commitment to provide an excellent experience for our patients and [Allied Resources] supports this mission."

Dietz said clients such as St. Luke's realize that Allied is an extension of their human resource departments. The trend of outside sourcing is embraced by the industry and can identify the best possible medical staffers.

"The flexibility we offer helps our clients meet the census changes they face daily," Dietz said, adding that the firm expects to continue its same, steady pattern of growth. "Our internal team will grow, as we are always hiring recruiters with proven track records in the medical field."

What: Health care staffing firm
Location: Liberty Lane, Lower Macungie Township.
No. of employees: 27.

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Allied Resources Medical Staffing Relocates to Larger Space

Lehigh Valley-based medical staffing company moves to accommodate growth
January 21, 2015 - Lehigh Valley, PA

Allied Resources Medical Staffing (ARMS) has moved its corporate headquarters in Allentown effective January 12, 2015. As Pennsylvania’s largest medical staffing company, ARMS moved to accommodate corporate growth and provide space for the increased staff to serve its vast client base. The new location is located just off of Brookside Road at 4949 Liberty Lane, Suite 290 Allentown, PA 18106.

The new location encompasses over 3,000 square feet which allows space for recently hired recruiters, account managers and sales staff future growth and includes an education/training room.

ARMS was founded in 2009 and is a division of Allied Resources Staffing Solutions in Exton, PA. The company places Registered Nurses, Licensed Practical Nurses, Certified Nursing Assistants and Allied Health professionals in nursing homes, long-term care facilities, and hospitals throughout Pennsylvania, Delaware and New Jersey. Throughout the past 4 years ARMS has experienced significant growth in nursing staff, revenue and clients served.

"This has been an exciting time to be in the medical staffing industry,” commented Hope Bender, Vice President of Operations for Allied Resources Medical Staffing. “We started the company with only a few employees, clients and nurses. We now have 17 employees in house, 250 healthcare professionals working in the field and serve most of the hospitals and many long term care facilities in Pennsylvania. We’re proud to be their first choice in staffing."

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ARMStaffing Supports the 5th Annual St. Luke's Blue Ribbon 5K Race and Family Fun Walk

ARMStaffing Team Runs and walks For Prostate Cancer Awareness

September 26,2017…Lehigh Valley,PA… Allied Resources Medical Staffing (ARMStaffing)today announced twenty-six members of our team supported St. Luke's University Health Network by running and walking for Prostate Cancer Awareness at their 5k and Fun Walk on Sunday, September 24th.

Hope Bender, Vice President of ARMStaffing commented, "We are proud to support this very important cause in our community & look forward to a long collaborative relationship with this race in the future.


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