MedPro Healthcare Staffing Introduces MPX+, A New Way To Experience MedPro

Healthcare Staffing

Travel nurses and other allied health professionals now have a new method to take charge of their professional futures thanks to MedPro Experience+ (MPX+), a new initiative from MedPro Healthcare Staffing, a market leader in contract healthcare staffing services. The power is in the travellers’ hands with MPX+. Users can access jobs, applications, credentials, assignment details, and more anytime, anywhere in real time.

“MedPro continues to develop and utilize technology to better serve our employees and clients”, “MPX+ is a new way to experience MedPro, empowering travel nurses and allied health professionals to search and apply for jobs anywhere, anytime, at their convenience.”

Liz Tonkin, CEO, MedPro

MedPro Experience+ Provides:

  • 24/7 Priority Access to Premium Jobs

Be the first to know, with immediate access to all our jobs as soon as we receive them.

  • Custom Job Alerts

Set your preferences and receive alerts seconds after we receive a matching job.

  • One-Click Apply

Quickly apply to any job, anytime, with just one click.

  • Real-Time Application Updates

Check the status of your job application anytime, anywhere.

  • Mobile-First Experience

MPX+ was built for mobile to provide an easy-to-navigate interface, from job search through credentialing and assignment.

The need for travel nurses and other allied health professionals is still very high because of the COVID-19 outbreak. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment in healthcare vocations is expected to grow by 13% between 2016 and 2031. A traveller can take charge of their career using MPX+.

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