As president of Health Care Recruitment Counselors (HCRC), Brian Torchin maintains a database of healthcare professionals who can fill his client’s temporary or permanent staffing requirements quickly. It is in Torchin’s best interest to provide his clients with highly suitable candidates, since HCRC does not collect a fee from their clients unless the client hires one of the candidates that HCRC sends to them.
HCRC also schedules interviews, checks the candidate’s references and, if needed, will handle contract negotiations based on the current market conditions. HCRC places chiropractors, physicians, physician’s assistants, physical therapists and nurse practitioners.
Glassdoor reported that as a chiropractor, Brian Torchin has substantial experience with staffing health care offices; he understands that inadequate staffing levels negatively affect the patient’s experience, which is why HCRC finds clients candidates in 48 to 72 hours.
When SearchtoSocial interviewed Torchin, he said that every day that a medical offices goes without a staff member, the practice is not billing, therefore, whenever a client makes a request, he goes after qualified candidates without waiting for them to apply.
Going after highly qualified candidates that are not actively seeking a position is called passive recruiting, which Torchin says is what sets HCRC apart from other healthcare staffing companies.
The ideal candidate may not know what opportunities are available, however, medical practices do not have the time to engage in passive recruiting, which is where Torchin’s firm excels.
While based in Philadelphia, HCRC serves clients in Canada, Asia, Europe and Australia as well. On Twitter, Torchin lists jobs for healthcare professionals in the United States, most recently for chiropractors, physical therapists and nurse practitioners.