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Nurse Shortage

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics’ Employment Projections 2016-2026, the need for registered nurses is expected to grow by 15%, or nearly 438,100 positions, through 2026. If your health care organization is like every other organization in the US, you are potentially looking at a severe nursing shortage. Are you prepared to face this challenge? Do you have a reliable source of well-qualified, highly trained, and dedicated nurses? If you answered no to either of these questions, let Nurse Review, Inc. help.



A NURSE STAFFING SOLUTION THAT WORKS FOR YOUR ORGANIZATION.

Nurse Review, Inc was founded in *** by Marilou Quintana, BSN, RN, CCRN, MSNFNP, a Filipino nurse practioner with 19 years of experience recruiting Filipino nurses for health care organizations and running an NCLEX-RN review course that has over a 90% pass rate. With an office in the Philippines, Nurse Review, Inc.:

  • Pre-screens all potential candidates for educational qualifications, clinical experience, English proficiency and work ethic
  • Takes care of all immigration processing through our immigration attorney (specify what kind of visa)
  • Ensures each nurse passes a rigorous 12- week preparatory course modeled in the US clinical setting
  • Ensures compliance with all Philippine Overseas Employment Administration Regulations

With Nurse Review, Inc., you will have highly trained and motivated licensed nurses ready to work for your health care organization on the first day. We’ve done it for others, let us do it for you.

4.5 Months Review

We have found that 4.5 months is the minimum amount of time required to deliver very high passing rates with internationally trained nurses.

Review is very effective

 The review is very comprehensive and is very effective for students that have had trouble on the NCLEX or that have been away from nursing for many years.

Our Goal

Our goal is to have you pass the test on your next attempt. The majority of the students report passing the test after the minimum 75 questions.

Course Focuses

The review is not designed as a quick memorization of high-yield topics or test questions. Instead, our course focuses on a comprehensive review of clinical nursing concepts and critical-thinking skills.

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