At NPORT We Are Committed To Excellence

NPORT is a Joint Commission certified nurse and therapy staffing agency, currently servicing health care and educational facilities of all types throughout New York. We provide a wide range of nursing and therapy services including advanced level clinicians.

We offer a number of services to facilities of all types, including:

  • Long-Term and Short-Term Staffing
  • Full Time and Part Time
  • Same Day Coverage
  • Traditional and Non-Traditional Hours
  • Weekend and Holiday Coverage

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A Career With NPORT

NPORT is an industry leading health care staffing agency throughout New York. We provide thousands of hours of staffing every month with long-term, short-term, temp-to-perm, and permanent placement positions to fit the needs of our clinicians and our clients. We offer competitive rates, fun and challenging positions and a full benefits package for full time employees. Whether you are a new grad, or a seasoned professional, NPORT has many opportunities for you.

Whatever Your Challenge, We Can Help

We understand that facilities are more challenged than ever with recent cutbacks in reimbursement and the need to continue to provide top quality care. That’s where NPORT can help – we offer flexibility to fit your unique staffing needs.

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Veterans Day

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Referral/Screen or Evaluation… that is the ?

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Gait Training: PT or OT? That should not be a question.

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