ATC Credentialing 2017-08-18T15:48:02+00:00

Credentialing Medical Professionals


  • New Hire paperwork- Vibe
  • Two Supervisory References or Evaluations done by a Supervisor
  • Medical license or certification
  • BLS
  • ACLS (if required for job)
  • Physical (Within last 12 months saying you are physically fit to work)
  • Flu Vaccine (During Flu season)
  • PPD (With in last 12 months, 2-Step if required by client)
  • Drug Test (Done by ATC)
  • Hippa/Jcaho/Osha Exams (Sent by ATC)
  • Competency Testing (Sent by ATC)
  • Job Summary (Sent by ATC)
  • 2 MMR’s or MMR titer
  • Varicella Titer

ATC complies with accepted hiring standards when hiring staff for client staffing assignments. A file on each employee is maintained to include:

  1. Completed application;
  2. Completed skills checklist, (a clinical skills checklist is required for all patient caregivers), and job description with signature of the Healthcare Associate;
  3. Written competence skill evaluation in nursing or allied specialty with a passing score of 75% (client facility may require higher score), as applicable;
  4. Satisfactory professional references;
  5. Current cardiopulmonary resuscitation (BLS, ACLS, as applicable);
  6. Valid licensure/certification/registration verified with the specific state agency governing the profession;
  7. References showing that each employee has a minimum of one (1) year relevant experience within the last three (2) years, C. N.A.s need to have 6 months relevant experience (special client needs and circumstances may be presented to the Risk Management Department for consideration);
  8. Record that each employee has a TB skin test or chest x-ray with TB Questionnaire; proof of immunity to MMR (measles, mumps & rubella), rubeola, varicella and tetanus, as per specific client requirements; some states and/or clients may require physical examination periodically, such a annually or prior to beginning assignment;
  9. Record that each employee attends annual review of Infection Control, Safety Procedures (including fire, electrical, disaster, and hazardous waste) and other mandatory annual as appropriate;
  10. Compliance with all mandatory annual inservices, such as bloodborne pathogens, Hepatitis B screening/vaccination series or signed declination form for those employees with potential occupational exposure;
  11. Drug screen and criminal background check (CBI) as per state regulations and/or client request;
  12. Record of compliance with immigration laws (Employment Eligibility Verification Form
    1-9); and
  13. Each employee receives an orientation to ATC guidelines including, but not limited to, payroll information and benefits. ATC will coordinate orientation at client facilities and will also facilitate employee acquisition of orientation materials provided by the client for review prior to assignment at facility, if applicable.