Take a look at any nurse triage service and you’ll find boasts of high-quality nurses. And you should sure hope so! So, what really sets a nurse triage team apart? Let's find out.
We recently took you through Rae's journey as she began her second mission trip to the Dominican Republic municipality of Azua. Her group provided the communities’ healthcare facilities with vital medical supplies, donated by Company Nurse. Follow along on the rest of her journey.
We recently took you through Rae's journey as she began her second mission trip to the Dominican Republic municipality of Azua. Her group provided the communities’ healthcare facilities with vital medical supplies, donated by Company Nurse. Follow along on her latest journey.
You might have recognized a familiar face in our new brand—that of silent film pioneer Buster Keaton. And why are we so keen to use him in our imagery? He showed that workplace accidents are a fact of life. At Company Nurse, we get that. Turns out Keaton has an interesting background too. Here’s what we’ve learned.
At Company Nurse, we understand the importance of access to medical attention. This year, we are donating medical supplies for student Rae Smith’s mission trip to the Dominican Republic municipality of Azua.
That’s right ladies and gentlemen, Company Nurse LLC, the premier nurse triage service for workplace injuries, announced and released their new brand. At their annual holiday party, Founder and President Paul Binsfeld introduced the brand to the Company Nurse team.
I can’t start the day without my morning coffee. It’s been vital to my routine since I can remember. Recently, I added something new to my everyday schedule—huddles. Daily huddles are quick, informative meetings that keep team members on the same page. Take it from me, they’re even more important than coffee.
Have you seen it yet? Accidents happen. Call Company Nurse First. It’s an important message that’s part of our company’s new look. A new look that better portrays the truth about workplace nurse triage and throws a little humor in, just for fun. Who doesn’t need a little of that?
Visit the Company Nurse website or browse our social media, and you’ll notice a change; an update of colors, fonts, and of our logo. But we didn’t simply switch out our artwork; we are introducing a whole new brand! One that better reflects who we are and how we help people like you!
The workers’ comp industry can be frustrating. I know this from experience. Before starting Company Nurse, I worked as a consultant, helping employers manage workers’ compensation costs. This included implementing a process to help these companies manage workplace injury claims. To properly manage these claims...