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Medical Staffing Agency in San Diego Going Strong after 20 Years

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“Susan Duva, Owner, Plaza Personnel Service”
Plaza Personnel Service, the leading medical staffing agency in San Diego, matches the perfect individuals with the employee needs of the medical community.

San Diego, CA — With more than 20 years of experience in the staffing industry, Plaza Personnel Service is the go-to resource for medical offices and medical practices that are looking to expand their teams. As a highly successful and respected medical staffing agency for the San Diego, CA area, Plaza Personnel Services specializes in serving the employment needs of the medical field, and is able to help its clients find the perfect candidates for open positions, such as:

  • Medical Assistant
  • Medical Receptionist
  • Medical Insurance Biller
  • Medical Office Manager
  • Medical Office Administrator
  • Medical Secretary
  • Clinical Research Coordinator
  • Laboratory Technician
  • LVN
  • RN
  • Nurse Practitioners
  • Physicians Assistants
  • Physicians

Not only does this staffing service work personally with employers, but they also work closely with potential applicants! What has made this staffing agency so successful is their ability to understand and meet the needs of both employers and applicants. Depending on the experience, interests and goal of applicants, they guarantee to place hopeful candidates in positions that live up to all expectations.

By creating and implementing an easy-to-use website at http://www.plazapersonnelservice.com/, it is now easier than ever for individuals looking for a position in the medical field to find the job of their dreams. With a medical staffing agency dedicated to their skills and experience, applicants are matched with employers that are able to provide suitable:

  • Positions
  • Location
  • Culture
  • Salary
  • Benefits

Plaza Personnel Service understands that the right staff can make or break a business. This is why they are committed to pairing driven individuals with thriving employers. With two decades of knowledge and experience to back up their staffing service performance, the company has expanded greatly and is known for being effective and capable. To learn more about this medical staffing for doctor’s offices in the San Diego area, call (619) 299-8797 or visit the company’s contact page at http://www.plazapersonnelservice.com/contact-us/

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Company Name: Plaza Personnel Service
Contact Person: Susan Duva
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Phone: (619) 299-8797
Address:2423 Camino Del Rio South, Suite 108
City: San Diego
State: CA
Country: United States
Website: http://www.plazapersonnelservice.com

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