GCI has extensive experience in providing medical staffing and healthcare IT services at healthcare facilities across the nation, resulting in excellent customer satisfaction and a cohesive relationship with our clients and candidates.
We take the quality of our service very seriously. We monitor our performance in recruitment and retention, the proficiency and acceptability of our healthcare providers. We also monitor quality and performance on the overall contract. The iterative process we use includes monitoring and measuring service metrics, analyzing service review data and continuously improving the processes applying our CMMI ML3 SVC+SSD, ISO 9001:2015, ISO 27001:2013 and ISO 20000-1:2011 quality driven approaches.
We specialize in finding the right-fit personnel for our client’s needs. We manage and provide quality healthcare services. Our team understands the processes for recruiting, credentialing, on-boarding and employee retention that are necessary to hire and retain qualified personnel.
GCI is proud to be one of only 22 vendors selected to provide clinical staffing to Air Force Medical Facilities throughout the U.S. through the Clinical Acquisition for Support Services (CLASS) program. This program is designed to fill clinical staffing shortages at Air Force Military Treatment Facilities (MTFs) throughout the United States and Guam. Through this contract, GCI has successfully employed hundreds of exceptional allied health services, nursing services, specialty providers, behavioral health services, dental services, ancillary services, primary care providers and technician services, staffing dozens of Air Force Bases across the United States through the success of the CLASS contract.
GCI currently provides medical services at Military Treatment Facilities (MTF) through the Clinical Acquisition for Support Services Contract (CLASS) and through our GSA Schedule 621i. While GCI is the prime contractor and heads our team for the CLASS contract, we served as a subcontractor under similar contracts, including the Air Force Medical Service Commodity Council contracts for Clinical Support Services (CSS) and Medical Support Services (MSS).