Staffing When Needed: Brian Torchin

Brian Torchin is a busy man these days. He is a chiropractor and a CEO. He helped found a company called HCRC Staffing in 2007. In the ten years since he has helped numerous physicians find quality candidates for open positions. His primary focus is in the states of Pennsylvania, Delaware, and Florida. He also went to the University of Delaware where he majored in exercise science and received his degree. After that goal was completed he moved on to New York Chiropractic College. He studied there for four years and received his official degree as a doctor of chiropractic. The heart of HCRC is Brian Torchin and here is how the company works.

HCRC works by providing staffing and consulting services to medical offices. Brian knows from personal experience how hard finding a qualified candidate in the medical field can be and he wanted to help new healthcare businesses with finding candidates who can do the job at hand. Brian’s goal with the company is that once a job has been posted then he wants to fill the job within a three-day window.

The staffing services at HCRC can help a new healthcare business fill many different types of position in the medical field. Some of the positions that HCRC can help with include the following: Front desk receptionists, doctors, physician’s assistants, nurses, and many other medical-related jobs. HCRC also goes the extra mile for their clients by helping the company conduct an interview with the potential worker. The final step for HCRC after a candidate has been selected for the company is contract negotiations. By doing these things clients can rest easy knowing that they have a suitable candidate for the specific need at hand. That is the core of HCRC Staffing and what they are all about.

This is a project that has made Brian Torchin very happy. He now can not only help people with medical issues but help businesses just starting out and those who have been in the field for a long time. He is getting the best of both worlds literally and figuratively. Visit: http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-1098173