In response to an increased global demand in healthcare services, Solomon Page recently announced the expansion of its Healthcare Staffing division, which specializes in providing hospitals, medical centers, clinics, and nursing facilities with short-term and long-term physicians, advanced practitioners, nurses, and allied resources. In pursuit of building the division’s offerings, Solomon Page has named recent new hire Marlo Devir as Managing Director, who will lead the division in conjunction with Ron DeGasperis, who has been with Solomon Page for 13 years. Despite being named one of the Largest Clinical/Scientific Staffing Firms in the United States by Staffing Industry Analysts year after year, Solomon Page prides itself on having a unique size—embracing the resources of a large corporation yet agility of a small firm. With this in mind, the team’s goal is to provide a refreshed experience in fulfilling clients’ supplemental staffing needs—more flexibility, competitive rates, and speed to market.
The Healthcare Staffing division joins the well-established Solomon Page divisions which currently service the Healthcare industry: Healthcare & Life Sciences executive search and Clinical Resource Network (CRN). The Healthcare & Life Sciences executive search division has been in existence since the company’s inception and consists of a team that has over three decades of experience in the marketplace. Clinical Resource Network (CRN), established in 2002, provides strategic clinical staffing solutions across many disciplines and major therapeutic areas for a range of clients – from biotechs and CROs to major pharmaceutical and device companies. Together, these three teams collectively make up 30% of the Solomon Page business and all continue to grow at a rapid rate. Looking towards the year ahead, Solomon Page continues to emphasize the importance of its core value, agility, in an everchanging landscape. 2020 brought many challenges but the company continues to seize opportunities to grow as a firm as a result of economic and business shifts.