Time & Attendance
By Staff Report
Jun. 12, 2009
InGenesis Medical Staffing, a San Antonio-based health care staffing firm, was awarded 12 U.S. Army health care staffing contracts through its InGenesis Arora joint venture, the company announced.
The contracts are part of a total award valued at $1.27 billion.
The Army Medical Command Health Care Acquisition Activity Center informed InGenesis of the award this week.
InGenesis will supply nurses, physicians and allied health care professionals to Army facilities in the Northern, Pacific, Southern and Western regions specified in the contracts. These areas include Army medical sites in all 50 states as well as Puerto Rico and South Korea.
InGenesis will compete with other contract winners to place staff over the five years of the contracts, but it’s the only company located west of the Mississippi to receive all 12 contracts allowing it to compete to place nurses, doctors and allied professionals in all regions.
“What makes it so unique for us is we will be able to, and be honored to, compete on all 12 of the contracts,” said InGenesis president and CEO Veronica Edwards.
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