“Once a year, go someplace you’ve never been before.”
American Health’s International Recruitment and Staffing Solutions
Every healthcare system in the world is dependent on the education, experience and reputation of their staff. American Health is dedicated to filling your staffing needs and increasing the knowledge base of your clinicians.
American Health provides recruitment and staffing for hospitals, placing nurses, physicians and other healthcare professionals. We work with professionals who are interested in a short term assignment, as well as those who available for a longer term commitment. These staffing opportunities will bring American and other Western trained nurses to work for periods as allowed by immigration laws and fill open positions at clinics, hospitals, and healthcare facilities. Our professionals are all licensed in the United States. Our recruits are differentiated by the highest quality of education, leadership abilities, and field experience.
Representative staffing placements:
- Critical care nurses
- Nurse managers
- Staff nurses
- Pediatric nurses
- Surgical nurses
- Palliative care nurses
- General practitioners
- Emergency Medical Technicians (EMT)
- Pediatricians Cardiologists
- Medical assistants
If you are interested in staffing positions anywhere in the world, contact us.
Apply now to begin the recruitment process of working in another country.
Click here to learn more about American Health’s staffing solutions.
“I really enjoyed working in Riyadh and feeling like I was having a significant impact on my peers and providing critical nursing care to patients who appreciated my expertise and the level of care I provided.”
“At first, I wasn’t sure I was going to make it in the first month, and yet I had committed a year’s term. It took me about 2 weeks to establish myself and I made some good friends in another 3 weeks. Then all of a sudden, the year’s time went by so fast!”
“I latched onto American Health only by happenstance. They placed me in a small hospital for 6 months and it was great because my nursing shifts were shorter than what I used to have in the States.”