Services for Health Care Employers
The Kansas Recruitment and Retention Center (KRRC) services are designed to assist Kansas health care organizations in recruiting and retaining health care providers. The KRRC partners with hospitals, private physician practices, community and behavioral health centers, and other organizations to help strengthen the health care workforce in communities across the State of Kansas.
Recruitment specialists work one-on-one with health care employers to develop an opportunity description, identify key characteristics of an ideal candidate, create a marketing plan to recruit candidates, and offer guidance throughout the interview and hiring process. The KRRC specializes in the recruitment of physicians, dentists, PAs, APRNs, nurses, dental hygienists, allied health, and behavioral health professionals.
The KRRC only recruits for Kansas! Health care organizations in rural, urban underserved, and metro areas can sign up to experience the benefits of partnering with the KRRC (PDF) to find health care providers.
- Contact the KRRC team at 316-293-2649 or email@example.com to discuss your unique workforce needs and determine an appropriate contract. The KRRC is a state-supported program that allows the fee structure to be very affordable.
- Submit the Standard Annual or Annual Plus contract.
- Complete a Client Information Form.
- Complete an Opportunity Profile form with position details.
The KRRC will start recruiting and share the opportunity with the appropriate candidate pool. When candidates are identified, the KRRC will send referrals and set up a time for you to connect with them. All candidates that have been referred have already been prescreened and expressed an interest in the opportunity and community.
Continuing Client forms:
The KRRC recognizes that focused retention efforts are essential to building and maintaining a strong workforce. From building a detailed retention plan to conducting an employee satisfaction survey, the KRRC has a wide range of services to fit your organization's needs for retention support.