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Texas Nurse Connection is prepared to assist your facility in its recruitment efforts.

Our service does not obligate you to use us exclusively nor does it require you to
sign a contract in order for us to begin our search.
Give us a call
(325) 670-0090 or 1 866 967-5862.

Texas Nurse Connection, Ltd is also proud to inform all Facilities that TNC went
through its fifth (5th ) Audit with The Joint Commission on
1-15-2013 and maintains
a zero (0)  deficiency record since 2005.

To review Texas Nurse Connection, Ltd history with the, The Joint Commission
click the link and review. The Joint Commission Web-Page.

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Please let TNC know what we can do to better help meet your needs.
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scientific study.  Below is a summary of the basic changes.  The complete new recommendations can be found at
www.americanheart.org

• Chest compression recommendations emphasize 100 compressions per minute, and to allow for full chest recoil after each
compression.

• Emphasis was moved from frequent switching between chest compressions and rescue breaths, to prolonged periods of chest
compressions, with fewer interruptions: 30 compressions to every 2 rescue breaths replacing the old standard of 15 compressions to
•Rescuers should resume CPR immediately after attempting defibrillation, and continue for 2 minutes, before checking for a pulse.

•When two or more rescuers are present during CPR, they should rotate the compressor role every 2 minutes.

•Call 911 first if you witness a sudden collapse of a victim, and then begin CPR. Begin CPR first (for about 2 minutes) for drowning,
overdose, or injury victims, before calling 911.

The above information is not intended to replace CPR training obtained from a professional. Please visit the
AHA website for full details.
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Resolution of complaints from Facilities and/or Staff can be directed to Texas Nurse Connection web page under Evaluation / Incident
link or by phone (325) 670-0090 or The Joint Commission may be contacted at WWW.thejointcommission.org or by phone
(800) 994-6610.
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