We're Critical Nurse Staffing, Inc., and we're here to help.
We proudly serve energy workers under the eeoicp, reca, and dcmwc programs.
Critical Nurse Staffing, Inc. proudly received its government-issued provider ID number for the US Department of Labor’s Workers Compensation Programs, in 2006. We specialize in serving qualified beneficiaries under the Energy Employees Occupational Illness Program (EEOICP), Radiation Exposure Compensation program (RECA), and the Division of Coal Mine Workers’ Compensation (DCMWC).
At Critical Nurse Staffing, Inc., we focus on delivering the healthcare that’s best for you. Our experienced, friendly clinicians deliver personalized health care services to patients and families in their own homes. The level of care and duration of care is outlined specifically by your primary physician.
We strive to always provide you with up to date news and information regarding the EEOICP, RECA, and DCMWC programs.
We’re also available to answer your questions and help you navigate these programs in addition to providing the best care available.
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Critical Nurse Staffing, Inc. exclusively provides care to workers who suffer from illnesses contracted while working in the uranium industry during the cold war.
Critical Nurse Staffing, Inc. specializes in caring for workers who suffer from illnesses contracted while working in the nuclear weapons industry.
Under the Federal Black Lung Program, Critical Nurse Staffing, Inc. provides in-home care for coal miners who are disabled by pneumoconiosis.
Leading the industry in providing clinical excellence and compassionate care to individuals eligible for in-home care under the Department of Labor’s Office of Worker’s Compensation.
employee of the month
Jennifer Gilmore LPN, Kayenta, AZ August’s Employee of the Month
Congratulations Jennifer Gilmore, CNS’ August Employee of the Month. Jennifer has been with CNS since November 2010 and works in the Kayenta/Monument Valley area. Flexible hours, wonderful Case Managers, and caring for the elderly Navajo patients are a few of her favorite things about working for CNS. She says the best part of being a LPN is health education and patient care! A few hobbies Jennifer enjoys are gardening, listening to all genres of music, and watching movies. This fall she plans on going back to school to earn her Associate RN degree. Thank you, Jennifer, for being a great nurse and caregiver to our patients.