Fastaff Travel Nursing Website Wins Interactive Media Award
Firm’s new design takes home IMA Best In Class in Recruiting category
DENVER, March 12, 2014 – Fastaff Travel Nursing, the leading provider of urgent and crucial temporary nurses to hospitals, announced today that its new interactive website, developed by KWALL Interactive Solutions, has won the Interactive Media Award as Best in Class in the Recruiting category.
Fastaff director of marketing Cynthia Bynum said, “We are delighted to have won this prestigious award. We love our new interactive website and know it will streamline the web experience for our hospital clients and our travel nurses alike.” The site features information about Fastaff services and an online staffing request form for hospitals. It also includes a wealth of resources and tips for nurses, as well as a secure portal for Fastaff nurses to create a FastPass Profile.℠ This innovative feature gives them the ability to upload and review their documents, licensure, medical results and certifications. The up-to-date database allows Fastaff to instantly search for qualified nurses in any specialty field who are available for travel nursing assignments.
The Interactive Media Awards recognize the highest standards of excellence in website design and development and honor individuals and organizations for their outstanding achievement. The Best in Class award is the highest honor bestowed by the Interactive Media Awards. It represents the very best in planning, execution and overall professionalism. The Fastaff website, http://www.fastaff.com/, received an overall score of 492 out of 500.
About Fastaff® Travel Nursing
More than two decades ago, Fastaff Travel Nursing pioneered the practice of Rapid Response℠ travel nurse staffing. Since then, the company has grown to become the leading provider of urgent and crucial temporary nurses to help hospitals provide continuous, high-quality patient care. They partner with many of the nation’s largest and most prestigious healthcare facilities – as well as small community hospitals – to meet acute staffing needs and provide round-the-clock, unparalleled patient care.