Greenville: (864) 233-0044
Columbia: (803) 750-8300
Florence: (843) 665-9031
Newberry: (803) 321-9022

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Client Services

Simplify Work
We eliminate turnover, absenteeism, and a host of employee-related problems. We make your life easier, and you always know what the situation is. We do not use voicemail or answering services. When you call Florence Nursing Services you speak to a company rep real time. After placing staff with you we regularly touch base with you to be sure your needs are being met.

Screened & Dependable
We vet our nurses against a set of rigorous standards. Our application covers a comprehensive set of criteria 112 items in length. We maintain files of current licenses, drug screens, criminal background checks and other state and Joint Commission requirements on all personnel. We hold our nurses to high standards and do all we can to provide you solid dependable service.

Experienced
Every nurse we place possesses a minimum of a year's experience. Each is tested and proven in their specialty, and their track record confirms their abilities.

Nurses For Any Situation
More than ever, the professional nurse has many faces and matching the right personnel with the right position is an FNS point of pride. We have a deep and versatile pool of nurses. Our nurses bring skill and talent to diverse settings. What follows is but a sampling of where we place nurses.

Adult Daycare Centers
Deliver holistic care and promote health

Assisted Living Centers
Manage residents' health plan and supervise daily activities; deliver care and administer medications; monitor residents' prescribed therapies and respond to emergency calls

Clinics
Promote health, educate patients, and perform interventions

Correction Departments
Provide services, treatments, and procedures appropriate to inmate care

Doctor's Offices
Collect general information, take vitals, test patients, and assist with procedures

Drug and Alcohol Abuse Centers
Provide pain management and treatment and educate patients

Group Homes
Provide care from fractures to Alzheimer's disease and develop treatment plans

Health Care Insurance Services
Provide care in hospitals, clinics, long-term care facilities, and nonprofits

 

 

High Tech Home Care
Provide skilled nursing, rehabilitative, and therapeutic care

Hospitals
Provide bedside care; carry out medical regimens and assigned department care

Industrial Nursing
Provide workplace care and develop treatment plans and expedite Worker's Compensation matters

Long-term Care
Care for the elderly by timely dispensing medications, overseeing aides, and providing skilled care that promotes health, a more independent lifestyle, and an overall better quality of life

Mental Disability Centers
Evaluate and develop treatment plans for emotionally disturbed patients; administer treatment and participate in treatment procedures

Mental Health Centers
Evaluate patient's mental health needs; write and evaluate treatment plans; provide psychotherapy and other interventions and provide supportive care

Occupational Health Facilities
Observe and assess workers and environment; evaluate workers' complaints, interpret diagnoses to workers and employees; appraise work environment for potential exposures; document and manage occupational and non-occupational illness and injury

Outpatient Surgery Facilities
Admit patients, collect medical and surgical histories, perform assessments, administer medications, and provide documentation

Private Duty Nurse
Provide skilled, individualized attention as needed for patients needing personalized care

Psychiatric Facilities
Provide care to individuals with chronic mental health problems, illness, and crises; assess, diagnose, plan, implement, intervene, and manage holistic plans of care; work collaboratively with psychiatrists and other mental healthcare professionals

Rehabilitation Facilities
Provide direct care and counseling services to people who suffer from physical and mental disabilities, chronic illnesses, and substance abuse problems; help patients re-establish independent lifestyles after debilitating incidents; educate family members and caregivers about an individual's disability and how best to provide support