Wilson Staffing Network has the advantage of having significant resources from which to draw
qualified and experienced overseas nurses and allied health professionals to recruit from.   
Recruiting nurses and allied health professionals from abroad can seem a little
overwhelming, but this is Wilson Staffing Network’s specialty. We have personally
International Advantage
interviewed, hired, and processed the brightest and best healthcare professionals in the world who are eager to work  
in the American medical industry.  These professionals are currently practicing in the countries in which professionals
are currently practicing in the countries in which they reside, and most hold a bachelor’s degree in  Nursing. Although
they will require thorough orientation in order to acclimate to the American hospital setting, the advantages to hiring
foreign nurses and allied health professional far outweigh the costs involved in the orientation process.  THEY ARE NOT
STUDENTS.  Most of these professionals have extensive experience in their field and are looking to restart their lives in
a new place.  THEY ARE NOT TRAVELERS.  They are the answer to your staffing challenges.  The turnover rate is far
less with foreign nurses and allied health professionals than with short term contract or even domestic permanent
placement hiring.
Fill your core staffing needs by hiring overseas nurses from the London, UAE, Peru,
Korea, Puerto Rico, Canada, Philippines, and elsewhere, who are eager to relocate
and establish roots
The  Multi-Cultural Candidate
Wilson Staffing Network concentrates on support for our clients before, during and
after the nurses’ process to ensure they are successful at your facility. WSN
in America.  Most international nurses speak a minimum of two languages and can communicate well with patients,
doctors, and colleagues from around the world. Before working in the United States, they are required to pass English
competency tests.  In addition, WSN offers pre-departure workshops that focus on the distinct cultural differences
between American and foreign nursing.  Our Director of Nursing is an RN from the Philippines and has a special insight
to the culture and needs of our candidates.  
will set up workshops for your nurse managers to help prepare them for the challenges of orienting nurses from
overseas.  Once we determine the nurses you are  looking for, we will provide you with a complete Candidate Profile
Packet on each nurse.  You select the nurses you would like to interview.  WSN will set up interviews with your nurse
managers and the candidates.  You can choose to interview through telephone, video-conference or face-to-face in the
country from which you are hiring.  We will process your contract with each selected nurse and begin the education
Support and Selection
Direct hire nurses are your nurses!  Candidates are petitioned directly to the hospital
through USCIS.  They cannot be switched or moved to another client during their
Direct Hire: Your Nurse
processing.  The international nurse will begin to establish a permanent relationship with the hospital from the
beginning of their process. From the start, they are making a long-term commitment to your facility. When the nurse
works directly for you, the hospital has more control over pay and benefits, leading to a stronger working relationship
and higher retention.  SAVE MONEY!  Not another contract position; you are filing core staff needs with permanent
International Recruitment
Domestic Recruiting                                                                                                                                         International Recruiting
Foreign professionals have a vested interest in
performing their duties at a higher level of
performance because their visa’s are contingent
with their employer’s willingness to provide the
visa petition.
Employers who petition foreign professionals
enjoy less employee turnover.  To further ensure
the commitment of our applicants, contract
options are made available.
Foreign registered nurses are eager to work for
employers in the United States regardless of
the facility’s location and shift assignment.
Foreign countries provide a fruitful source of
applicants needed in the health industry.
Foreign applicants possess at least a BSN degree,
and have a minimum of one year
of experience in the industry.
Foreign applicants are fluent in English, and have
passed credential evaluation and certification
processes accredited by the U.S. Government.
Qualified and experienced applicants are eager to
relocate to your facility to work full-time
positions, and are eligible to take the license