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Happy National Healthcare Recruiter Recognition Day!

Today, June 12th, is National Healthcare Recruiter Recognition Day! Our hard-working recruiters provide exemplary medical professionals to our company each and every week so that we can continue to strive to meet the overwhelming demand from our clients.  We thank them for their persistent pursuit of meeting the expectations of our internal customers and, in turn, our external customers as well.  Because of their relentless efforts, the medical staff they recruited is making a difference in so many individuals’ lives each day! We sincerely thank them for helping us to build stronger communities by enriching the lives of our most vulnerable populations.  We hope knowing this brings a smile to each of them on this day! 

Capital and Harmony Select December's Corporate Star Performer! 

For the month of December, Capital and Harmony are passing the Corporate Star Performer crown to a person who consistently goes above and beyond to assist our recruiters, along with every single person coming through the hiring process—our Credentialing Specialist, Denise Robertson. 

When one thinks of Denise, due diligence and no-nonsense may immediately come to mind, and in her position…it’s an absolute necessity!  Credentialing each new hire from Capital and Harmony is a job that requires much organization, discipline, and knowledge…and luckily for us, Denise has that in spades! “As I like to refer to her as the ‘gate keeper’ of the recruiting team, it is Denise’s desire and passion to be relentless to ensure all our staff are successful with accomplishing the hiring process,” says Operations Manager, Rob Hicks. “Denise is the first person to help a colleague, and she is part of the foundation that makes the recruiting team so successful.”

It’s certainly a job that can become taxing at times, but Denise always has a way of finding the humor in any situation, often laughing at herself and entertaining us with her witty and sarcastic personality, which fits in well at the Capital and Harmony offices!  She also greatly exhibits the company’s core values.  In fact, compassion is what drove her to start working in this field in the first place.  After all, what is healthcare without compassion and worthwhile relationships? What keeps her going, she says, is “knowing that at the end of the day someone out there is getting the help they need, and that I was part of the process.”

“My favorite thing about my job is helping people who want to help other people,” Denise says.  She describes first learning about medical care such as homecare and hospice when her grandmother became ill.  “After my grandma passed I thought maybe I could help someone like me who needed help for her grandma too,” she says.  “So, though I’m not cut out to be a caregiver myself…I can at least try to help those who are, for the people like my grandma who need them.”  And since she’s been a part of the Capital and Harmony team, that’s exactly what she’s done! 

Now, as she sees how the process works from the opposite end of the spectrum, it’s given her an even greater understanding and appreciation for the business itself, and for all the hard work our caregivers and nurses do.  Another perk of the job—her colleagues!  “Working for Capital and Harmony has given me some amazing coworkers, who I now have the privilege of calling friends,” Denise says. 

When Denise is off the clock, you can find her spending time with her family, friends, and two kitties.  One of her favorite weekend activities is searching for new treasures.  “I have a husband and mom who love junk shops and yard sales as much as I do!” she says.  She’s also a fantastic cook (as we in the office know all too well), and a music lover.  Something interesting to note about Denise is her obsession with Prince and Adam Levine, and her love for keeping her music old school—on actual CDs! 

For all of these reasons and more, we’re honored to pass the torch to Denise this month! “Capital and Harmony are truly blessed to have such a wonderful person as Denise on our team,” Rob says.  We couldn’t agree more! 


Capital Hits the Jackpot with November's Corporate Star Performer!

In any organization, a management team may unwittingly hit the jackpot and hire that special person who has the gift to engage and personally connect with others upon meeting. Capital was fortunate to recognize this admired trait within Employment Specialist Julie McKay immediately.

 “Julie has the ability to make each of her candidates feel very important and not just a number. Her biggest strength is the ability to build relationships. She maintains constant communication allowing the candidate to remain well informed throughout the process. Julie transfers her smile through every phone call she has with current employee and candidate,” says Rob Hicks, Operations Manager of Capital Healthcare Solutions.

It is impossible for Julie’s naturally outgoing, kind, and compassionate spirit to go unnoticed. She is an individual who earnestly listens and problem solves.

Taking pride in her work, Julie says, “My favorite thing about my job is getting to help people. Finding them a career that they will hopefully enjoy and love. I love hearing about candidate’s stories and ambitions in life.” She also says communicating with her coworkers brings joy to her day.

When Julie is not working, she values spending time with her family and friends. Drinking coffee, trying new restaurants, and going on weekend excursions to random places are just a few of her favorite activities.

As a testament to Julie’s happy and caring personality, she danced on the drill team and even majored in Hospitality Management while in attendance at Indiana University of Pennsylvania.

Julie will celebrate her 1 year anniversary with Capital on November 28th.  Thank you, Julie, for living our core values every day! We look forward to your future here and your continued success! 

Capital's Health & Human Services Division to Host Career Fair


Capital Healthcare's Health & Human Services division will be hosting a career fair at our Bethel Park office on Friday, November 17th 2017 from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM!  We will be recruiting multiple Certified Nursing Assistants (CNAs) and Direct Support Professionals (DSPs) to fill a variety of roles throughout the Pittsburgh region!

At the event you'll have the opportunity to interview on-the-spot with the Health & Human Services Employment Specialists, have your questions answered about working for one of the leading companies in the area, and also enjoy some light refreshments! 

For more information, contact Shanail Brown at (724) 765-0940 or  We hope to see you there!

Event Location: 1700 North Highland Rd, Suite 107. Pittsburgh, PA 15241

Capital Crowns October's Corporate Star Performer!

In every organization, there are those special people who have a knack for solving problems.  With ease they are able to come to the rescue, adding greater efficiency to everyday tasks, and simply creating a better working environment for everyone involved.  Here in the offices of Capital Healthcare Services, that person is Brenda Senica, LPN, our Corporate Star Performer for the month of October!

Brenda hasn’t always graced the offices of Harmony Home Healthcare and Capital Healthcare.  She actually began her tenure here in July of 2015 as a nurse in the field.  Since then, her stellar work ethic and no-nonsense attitude have opened up new doors for her within the company, advancing her to the role of Nurse Clinical Coordinator for Harmony.  Needless to say, she’s been making waves and creating quite the name for herself!  Regardless of which department you work in here at Capital and Harmony, it’s common knowledge that Brenda gets things done, and is one-of-a-kind. 

“When I think of Brenda, I can think of no one better who lives and breathes our core values of being all in to win and committed by choice,” says Operations Manager, Rob Hicks.  “Recently, she accepted the opportunity to come into the office from the field to assist with improving a few of our processes.  She immediately took ownership of her responsibilities, and although she has faced challenges, you never see her without a smile on her face.” 

While Brenda misses her patients in the field, she looks at her new internal role at Harmony as a way to help them even more, just from a different direction.  Brenda’s superior problem-solving abilities, and willingness to take on anything that comes her way has already greatly affected and benefited our internal procedures, which in turn helps our clients, consumers, and employees.  “What keeps me going is my commitment to achieving goals, no matter how difficult it can be at times,” says Brenda.  She prides herself in a job not only done, but done well, and she’s not afraid to roll up her sleeves and get dirty in the process.

Brenda also thrives working in a team setting, and it helps when they are just as motivated as she is!  “My favorite thing about working at Harmony is the positive interaction between myself and my co-workers, and the willingness we show to help each other to achieve our goals on a daily basis.”  The tight-knit Harmony team has grown even stronger with the combination of Brenda’s leadership and cooperative abilities.

When Brenda isn’t on the clock, she loves to attend concerts, go to the gym, go shopping, and add to her tattoo collection.  She also loves spending quality time with her friends and family.  “I have three adult children who are the greatest loves of my life,” she says.  She also loves her rescue American Mastador puppy, Jaxx, named after the infamous character on “Sons of Anarchy”.  Another fun fact about Brenda is that she loves anything relating to Marilyn Monroe, which becomes strikingly evident when visiting her office cubical!

We thank Brenda for her relentless efforts and extraordinary work ethic, and we are honored to pass the trophy along to her this month!  

Direct Support Professionals Receive Week of Recognition and Added Hope from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania

It has been noted by Capital Healthcare on many occasions that Direct Support Professionals (DSP’s) have one of the most rewarding, yet most challenging occupations from one place to another across this country.  The rewards that come with working directly with individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities are abundantly clear to those that work with this specialized group of individuals, and they are plenty.  On the contrary, the challenges most DSP’s face often revolve around lack of funding and monetary support from the states in which they live, as most must knowingly accept work that keeps them living below poverty levels. This has lead to a national crisis, as there are not enough DSP’s to render supportive services.  

Please take a moment to view this Pennsylvania sponsored video that is being shown across the country. 


Despite all the hard work and sacrifice that such a career involves, it has not been a profitable one for the Direct Support Professionals living and working in Pennsylvania.  The Commonwealth of PA is the sole funder of wages for DSP’s. They earn 25-50% below a living wage across the country, and there are over 55,000 of them right here in Pennsylvania.

The average hourly wage for a DSP with a GED or High School Diploma is $9.00, and those with college degrees can expect to make $11.00 an hour on average. This is not enough to shield them from living impoverished lives. With the cost of living increasing, this issue has become even more pressing, with over 9,500 Direct Support Professionals being forced to find jobs in other fields each year just to make ends meet for themselves and their families, leaving behind precious relationships with clients who don’t cope well with constant change. 

Fortunately, the case for Direct Support Professionals has been receiving a louder voice in recent months, with individuals like Capital’s own HHS Clinical Director/Senior Key Account Executive, Vicki Arnett, doing their part to bring these concerns to the forefront of the state government.  “I have been working with our providers and state legislators for at least 8 weeks to get our DSP’s recognized through the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, and our efforts are finally paying off,” Vicki says.

Not only has Governor Wolf declared the week of September 10th-16th, as Direct Support Professionals Recognition Week, but for the first time in 10 years there will be a budget increase for Health & Human Services.  This will directly affect the funding and wages for Direct Support Professionals across Pennsylvania.

Governor Wolf's Proclamation on Direct Support Professionals Recognition Week

In-turn, our Capital DSP’s are specifically BH/IDD trained and oriented to fit the needs of our client organizations and those members of society who deserve dignity, respect and inclusion. Increasing funding will help with retention, continuity of care, and enable our DSP’s to remain in the profession in which they have such a deep-rooted passion.

“The primary purpose of the Direct Support Professional is to support those who need assistance in order to lead self-directed lives, also known as ‘Everyday Lives,’ and to participate in active treatment and community inclusion in their communities and across the country,” Vicki says.

These compassionate and hard-working DSPs assist their clients with far more than some people ever realize.  Direct Support Professionals are often asked to serve as gatekeepers between people needing support and almost every aspect of life, including access to the community, personal finances, physical well-being, relationships, employment, and everyday choices.  They’re not only helping the clients with day-to-day tasks, they’re helping them to serve a greater purpose and lead more fulfilling and enjoyable lives.  There is proof that the continuity of care for those being supported by our DSP’s is vital and essential to enhance their “Everyday Lives”.

With the persistence and hard work of people like Vicki bringing these issues to light, state legislators are finally realizing the immense damage that high turnover due to insufficient funding and pay in this field can cause.  Valuing our state’s citizens, including those with disabilities, makes Pennsylvania a better place to live, work, and thrive, and we are monumentally excited for the changes to come! 

Please join us in celebrating this victory, and be sure to extend your gratitude to the Direct Support Professionals out there for everything they do.  They are truly changing lives every day, and we at Capital Healthcare are so proud and honored to have so many exceptional DSP's on our team.

Capital and Harmony Select September's Corporate Star Performer

This month, Capital and Harmony are honored to pass the torch to Shannon Gutwald, September’s Corporate Star Performer!  Shannon began her tenure at Capital Healthcare this year as an Employment Specialist.  As soon as she joined the team, it was clear that we were not only getting a fantastic worker, but a genuine and upstanding person as well.  Conversing with prospective hires and aiding future employees throughout the hiring process were things she did with great ease, and a stellar attitude. 

Now, in her new role as Patient Care Coordinator for Harmony Home Healthcare, Shannon’s helpful nature and exceptional work ethic show in flying colors as she schedules our hard-working nurses and assists our clients. “I love the daily interactions with the families and staff, and I like learning more about who they are and the different things that might be going on in their lives,” Shannon says. “Knowing that a short conversation with someone on a bad day can sometimes make a huge difference makes my job worthwhile.”  It’s the personal touch she adds to her conversations with clients and employees that make a world of difference.

“People cannot help but feel Shannon’s excitement and the energy she brings day in and day out to her clients and employees,” says Rob Hicks, Operations Manager. “She truly understands how she impacts the lives of others by providing extraordinary care!”  Shannon’s excitement and positive attitude are certainly two traits that make her so well-liked and admired throughout the office and within the company in general.  She’s the type of person who thrives in a team setting, and genuinely enjoys helping others. “I’m a people person by nature,” Shannon says. “Striving every day to be better than the day before keeps me moving forward—there is always something new to learn!”

Working in the fast paced, often demanding, environment of staffing and scheduling, Shannon is always on her toes and ready to handle any challenge that comes her way. “One of Capital and Harmony’s core values is to look at situations not as problems but opportunities, and Shannon does this on a daily basis when she encounters any obstacle to ensure that her clients receive the best care possible,” Rob says.  It’s her commitment to her clients and employees that show just how dedicated Shannon truly is.

We often joke that even when Shannon is angry, she still has a smile on her face.  In truth, her positivity and optimism are both admirable and contagious.  It takes an awful lot to get Shannon down, and she’s never there for long.  “Every day is a new adventure,” she says.  “There are exciting things happening all the time, so I never know what to expect.  My co-workers, field staff, and families are all wonderful to work with.  It’s like a second family.”  Both her ability to see the good in everything, and her knack for building strong relationships are things we should all strive for.

In Shannon’s spare time, she loves spending time with her two dogs, Lola and Evee, and her aptly named three-legged cat, Tripod.  Animal lovers anywhere would be entertained by her heartwarming, and often hilarious stories involving her three fur-babies.  She also loves spending time with her family, taking weekend getaways, and going on adventures with friends. 

Capital and Harmony are lucky to have an employee as wonderful as Shannon!  She makes the office a better place to work every day just by being herself, and we’re all better for having her in the Capital and Harmony family!

Stay tuned next month to see who the next Corporate Star Performer will be!


Capital and Harmony Select August's Corporate Star Performer

For the month of August, we’re happy and honored to announce that our next Corporate Star Performer is Sarah Hoffman, Senior Compliance and Credentialing Specialist for our travel nursing division, American Medical Traveler.  The AMT team may be small, but it is mighty!  Sarah works behind the scenes, keeping the job orders fresh, and our hard-working nurses credentialed and ready to go.  There are deadlines to meet, files to review, and a lot of data to sort through, but Sarah never fails to show grace under pressure while accomplishing these tasks!

A big part of Sarah’s work ethic stems from her athletic background.  As a personal trainer, fitness instructor, and athlete, she has team work and competition flowing through her veins. “She comes from an athletic background and certainly understands the effort and grind it takes to win a match, which can be seen in her everyday work,” Lou Downey, Account Manager, says. “Since she has started here, we have never missed a deadline in fulfilling a client’s order, and this speaks volumes about her relentless drive to get the job done!”  Sarah attributes this to her natural competitive nature, but we know it also has to do with her fantastic work ethic and attitude as well!

Sarah’s positive attitude is both admirable and contagious! It doesn’t take long getting to know Sarah before discovering how upbeat she is, and how much she loves to laugh.  But according to Sarah, when you work with such a great team, it’s easy to be in a good mood! “My favorite thing about my job is my team!” Sarah says. “Everyone here has such great and unique qualities, and they are all a pleasure to work with.”

Besides being such an effective Credentialing and Compliance Specialist, she is also our resident health and fitness guru in the office, full of energy and helpful advice.  In fact, she can even be spotted performing yoga moves in the hallway adjacent to her desk now and again, and she likes to break up the day by taking quick breaks to run the hallway stairs.  Talk about motivation!

When Sarah isn’t working, she enjoys remaining active by playing tennis and working out.  “I’ve played tennis for a long time, and I’m lucky to be on several successful teams this year!” she says.  She’s also a very passionate and avid Chicago Cubs fan, showing her team pride whenever possible.  Lastly and most importantly, she loves spending time with her husband and three children, who share her signature red locks.  It’s obvious that the kids idolize their mom a great deal, as they’re all growing up as proud Cubs fans and following in her athletic footsteps! 

It’s hard to imagine what the office was like before Sarah Hoffman burst onto the scene, and we hope to have her in our Capital/Harmony/AMT family for years to come! “Everyone in the office knows how passionate Sarah can be.  She is all in to win!” Lou says. “We are so honored to have her on our AMT team, and I look forward to many years working alongside of her.”

If you see Sarah and her flashy trophy, be sure to wish her congratulations, and stop by next month to see who the next Corporate Star Performer will be!


 Capital and Harmony Select July's Corporate Star Performer!

 Art, Kim, Al

For the month of July, we would like to recognize Kim Miller, our kind and hard-working Payroll Specialist, as our Corporate Star Performer!  The world of payroll can be a hectic one.  It is easily one of the most important spokes to the wheel of any company, and there is never a dull moment!  When payroll challenges arise, Kim is there with a constant smile on her face to find solutions that put our employees’ hard-earned wages in the bank! 

For anyone who has worked with Kim, it doesn’t take long to realize she may easily be one of the nicest people you’ll ever meet!  “You will never catch Kim without a smile on her face,” says Justine Moyer, Human Resources Generalist, “She is a true team player and one of the kindest people in the organization.”  For Kim, that positivity is just part of what makes each day manageable and worthwhile.  “What keeps me going is my drive to be the best person I can be every day, and to find the positive things in everything around me,” Kim says.  

What makes working with Kim even better is that she’s always willing to go the extra mile to help her colleagues, as well as our hard-working medical professionals in the field.  “She goes above and beyond to make sure all of our employees who submit timesheets are paid each week, and if they have any issues she will be the first to resolve them,” says Clark Hoopes, Financial Analyst.  Despite long days, endless phone calls, and many interruptions from us in the office, at the end of the day Kim enjoys her work, and she genuinely wants to help.  “I like working with numbers and being able to troubleshoot issues to help people understand their paychecks,” she says. 

When Kim’s enjoying her off-time, she likes spending as much of it as possible with her family and friends.  Whether attending her son’s hockey games, her daughter’s soccer games, or simply relaxing outside with homemade pizza and a fire, any time spent together is quality.  Kim also has a passion for building things, and she and her husband have recently begun selling their homemade woodworking items.  Something else interesting to note about Kim is that she’s much stronger than she looks! “I can squat press and dead lift a little over 200 pounds, and sled pull around 300…so watch out for ‘Biller Miller’” she says.  

For all of Kim’s hard work and accomplishments at Capital Healthcare and Harmony Home Healthcare, she doesn’t ask for the attention or recognition. “She is the kind of person who doesn’t want the attention she deserves,” says Al Ragan, CFO, “but she is the example of what it means to be ‘relentless to succeed’ and ‘all in to win.’”  So, for the rest of July we’re giving Kim the attention we KNOW she deserves!  

For all that you do, Kim, we thank you.  We’re grateful for your dedication, hard-work, and simply for the person you are!  

Stay tuned next month to see who the next Star Performer will be! 


Capital and Harmony Select June's Corporate Star Performer!

Rob, Missy, and Art

Capital and Harmony are pleased to announce the winner of the Corporate Star Performer Award for June—Melissa Annesi! Since she started her career at Capital over a year ago as an Account Executive for the Health and Human Services division, she has excelled beyond everyone’s expectations, proving that she is relentless to succeed!  As any Account Executive knows, the duties and responsibilities that come with the job are not easy.  You are solving problems, and building and developing relationships with each and every frequent phone call and e-mail, ensuring that both your clients’ and employees’ needs are being met.  Missy has not only proven she is up to the task, but has also shown that she can carry out her work responsibilities with efficiency, grace, and pristine punctuality!

“When Missy joined Capital, we knew she would bring a wealth of knowledge regarding Health & Human Services and IDD clientele with her,” Andy Kirik, COO says. “What we hoped for was a solid high level contributor to Capital.  What we got is a passionate person who puts the needs of her field staff and clients above her own.” 

Missy is the sole Account Executive for this division, staffing needs for Nurses and Direct Support Professionals in facilities such as Community Group Homes, Program Centers, and Campus Centers, often coming in early and staying late just to ensure she has done all she can to help her clients and staff.  This all-in-to-win attitude is just one of the things that makes Missy stand out so much! Her passion is another. “She is passionate about her role as she has a full understanding of how we impact those with whom we serve,” says Rob Hicks, Client Services Manager.

Missy genuinely enjoys her role as an Account Executive, identifying the people she serves as the ones who keep her going each day.  “Talking to my clients and staff every day, building relationships with them, and getting to know them on a personal level is what inspires me,” Missy says.  She also enjoys the familial atmosphere of working for Capital and Harmony, and the support system and team of managers and executives who have embraced her whole-heartedly.  “It is so comforting to know that there is a support team here at work,” Missy says, identifying and praising her manager, Rob Hicks; Andy Kirik, COO; and Key Account Executive, Vicki Arnett as her support network, always willing to answer her questions and offer help. 

When Missy is enjoying her downtime, she loves spending time with her family and friends, and enjoying time outdoors.  She likes to stay active by hiking, walking, and of course—shopping!  She also has a passion for antiques and going picking for and collecting old, vintage treasures. 

For all of these reasons and more, we are proud to honor Missy with this award!  “Through her hard work and dedication, Missy has formulated strong professional relationships with staff within the office, her clients, and her staff working in the field,” Rob says.  She is a great team player, and a fantastic representation of our company’s core values!  You can catch Missy sporting her extravagant award all month long at our Bethel Park office until it’s time to pass it on to our next Corporate Star Performer! 


Capital Celebrates National Nurses Week

Nurses Week

Nobody works harder than those in the healthcare and human services industries, and no one knows that better than nurses.  Nurses, for all of your hard work, commitment to your patients, compassionate care, and relentless efforts, we commend you.  This is your week! During National Nurses Week, we at Capital Healthcare, would like to extend a special thanks to you, our nurses, as you continue to provide the highest level of quality care to your patients. You deserve special recognition for your efforts in delivering compassionate care while embodying our core values, as well as the principles of ethical practice in your profession. 

For the nurse who has put her work responsibilities before everything else, for the nurse who has put his social life on pause to pick up an extra shift, for the nurse who can’t remember the last time he had a few consistent nights of good sleep, for the nurse who loves nothing more than to light up her patients’ faces with a smile even when she can barely muster up the energy to put one on her own, this is your week.  We see you, and we value you!

You have entered this career by answering a calling, and even when times get tough, and work cannot seem to get any more stressful, we hope you think back to why you began this journey in the first place.  You are fulfilling your purpose of providing exceptional care to other human beings, one of the noblest and most humbling professions in the world.  Even on what you think is your worst day, you are still making a difference in other people’s lives.  Never forget that!

For all of these reasons and more, we say THANK YOU! You keep this company moving with your character, integrity, passion, and commitment, and we wouldn’t be here without you!  We ask our RNs, LPNs, and CNAs to please check their e-mail inboxes for a little Nurses Week treat from us.


Capital Healthcare Kicks Off Core Values and Unveils Huge Goals!

Any company can be a good company, but only the select few can be truly great.  One of the keys to being a great company is fostering a great culture, as well as highlighting the core values that make up the backbone of the organization.  Capital Healthcare Services can now confidently say that those two items have been ceremoniously crossed off the list!

Kick Off Group 1 On Thursday, March 30th, the internal employees of Capital Healthcare, Harmony Home Healthcare, and American Medical Traveler all congregated together at the Double Tree Hotel in Monroeville, PA to kick off our new core values. 

  • Stop, Listen, and Understand
  • Commitment by Choice
  • Happiness is Healing
  • All in to Win
  • Relentless to Succeed
  • Relationships Matter
  • Passion for Compassion
  • Integrity Trumps All
  • Not Problems but Opportunities

CEO, Art Hoopes, gave a stirring presentation highlighting the history of the company with its branches and divisions, getting down to the roots of the organization.  He also unveiled huge goals for the company’s future growth of hiring 2020 employees by the year 2020!  He stressed that while our future journey will take a lot of sweat and tears, it will also be a fantastic ride! 

Never in the history of Capital Healthcare Solutions, Harmony Home Healthcare, or American Medical Traveler, has the internal team been this committed, strong, and dedicated to the future of the organization!  We are all truly Committed by Choice to the clients we serve, and we are Relentless to Succeed in making Capital Healthcare Services the greatest company we possibly can! 

And perhaps most importantly…we know that Happiness is Healing!

Kick Off Group 2

 Join us on this journey!  We promise you won’t be disappointed.

Our Purpose

To build stronger communities by enriching the lives of others through memorable connections and extraordinary care.

Our Creed

We are an organization where Integrity Trumps All. We take the time to Stop, Listen and Understand when communicating with a colleague, client, patient or stranger because Relationships Matter.

We are Committed by Choice and will always be Relentless to Succeed because challenges are Not Problems but Opportunities

We thrive by personifying Passion for Compassion in everything we say and do, knowing that Happiness is Healing.  Only collectively will we fulfill our purpose so we are All in to Win! 

Capital Healthcare Solutions Continues to Excel in Patient Care with Joint Commission Certification

Capital Healthcare Joint Commission Certified

 Capital Healthcare Solutions is pleased to announce that for nearly a decade, we have striven for excellence in patient care and safety by continuously achieving Joint Commission Certification.

The Joint Commission Certification accredits and certifies organizations around the country, and is recognized nationwide as a symbol of quality that reflects an organization’s commitment to meeting certain performance standards.

“At Capital Healthcare, we believe that the two most important things are having quality people that provide exceptional care.” Said Art Hoopes, CEO of Capital Healthcare Solutions.  “As we all know, Joint Commission Certification is the industry standard for quality care and we have exceeded these standards consistently for a decade.”

 As a national leader in healthcare staffing, Capital Healthcare Solutions helps healthcare organizations and job seekers achieve their goals every day by pairing great people with great opportunities. Talented nurses and medical facilities, such as general and surgical, teaching and specialized hospitals, outpatient clinics, surgical centers, and skilled nursing facilities have turned to Capital for over a decade to find the perfect match.


Joint Commission Certified We are Joint Commission Certified

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