Retention. Reliability. Quality. Stability. Continuity of Staff. Continuity of Care. Predictable Spend.

These are the reasons our clients partner with us to build and retain core staff. Through our qualified and sponsored talent pool of international nurses and medical technologists, we help alleviate your vacancies for a long-term solution.

Learn more how Conexus partners with hospitals.


% of Conexus healthcare professionals

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Access to thousands of talented nurses

and medical technologists across

50+ countries


We are committed to solving the U.S. healthcare professional shortage by offering long-term, strategic staffing solutions to our client partners. Hear what our clients have to say about us...

  • Community Chief Nursing Officer at Regional Hospital
    Partnering with Conexus increased our continuity and quality of care to our patients and limited our use of travel nurses, resulting in reduced contract nurse spend.

    Community Chief Nursing Officer at Regional Hospital

  • Community Chief Nursing Officer at Regional Hospital
    Conexus nurses have brought an added population of diversity to our rural area. They have been well received by the community and we are happy to have them here.

    Community Chief Nursing Officer at Regional Hospital

  • Vice President of Nursing, Regional Healthcare Facility
    ​Since the start of our partnership in 2014, Conexus MedStaff has provided hundreds of quality and reliable RNs to our member hospitals in a variety of clinical units.

    Vice President of Nursing, Regional Healthcare Facility


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