Consilium Staffing marked another year of serving as "Your Partner in Locum Tenens" in January with an in-office celebration and a dedication and blessing of the brand-new Consilium Staffing headquarters in Irving, Texas. Team members gathered on the afternoon of January 17th to celebrate the tremendous service provided to hospitals, clinics, and other medical facilities, as well as physicians and mid-level providers over the past year.
"2012 was another great year for Consilium Staffing and for the many healthcare facilities and physicians that we serve," said Executive Vice President, Matt Baade. "We experienced tremendous growth, but more importantly we were able to develop deeper partnerships with our clients and continue to improve the level of service that we provide."
While Consilium team members provided a high level of service to hospitals, clinics, other healthcare facilities, as well as physicians and mid-level providers, the company also experienced tremendous growth in 2012. Consilium nearly doubled in size by number of employees and more than doubled in terms of the volume of business.
"We are very excited about the growth we experienced in 2012," said Baade. "This is a very exciting time for our company, and truthfully we feel like we are just getting started. We are just scratching the surface on what we are capable
of doing. We look forward to expanding our locums partnership to more facilities and physicians, and we look forward to adding additional team members to our already talented team."
The anniversary celebration also included a blessing and dedication of the new Consilium headquarters located in Irving, Texas. "This was a very special day for all of us at Consilium, and is a great way for us to kick off another year and to celebrate our beautiful new office," said Baade.
"Locum tenens" is a Latin phrase meaning "to hold the place of." Consilium Staffing partners with hospitals, primary care offices, urgent care centers, correctional institutions and other healthcare facilities that may be understaffed or under-served by sourcing physicians, nurse practitioners and physician assistants who are able to provide coverage on a temporary contract basis.