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If you value working for an organized company that makes you feel respected and appreciated, Synergy Healthcare Resources & Solutions Group is the place for you. We are looking for skilled professionals in the healthcare industry to join our team!

Synergy Healthcare Resources & Solutions Group is a full -scale, integrated and interdisciplinary group of consultants and nurses that is shared between start ups and cutting-edge long term care and post acute care business.


We provide the highest quality nursing registry, consulting, and educational resources to our skilled nursing facilities. We are a caring and family-oriented company led by experience leaders in the healthcare industry. You will be rewarded with a highly competitive salary to commensurate your invaluable experience and expertise!

Please review our job listing by categories below. You can also submit your resume to



The Director of Nursing has 24-hour accountability and is responsible for the delivery of high-quality and cost-effective health care while achieving positive clinical outcomes, and patient/family and employee satisfaction.


The Director of Staff Development is responsible for planning, conducting, and coordinating educational programs for the development and improvement of necessary skills and knowledge for all Skilled Nursing/Subacute Unit nursing personnel.


The MDS nurse conduct, collect data that contributes to the development and completion of the resident assessment in accordance with the federal, state, and local laws, guidelines, and regulations governing the facility.


The Infection Control Preventionist assumes the responsibility for the Infection Control Program of 
the facility and provides infection control program related education.


The RN is responsible for the overall supervision of nursing care in the subacute unit in the long-term facility during their shift. Responsible and accountable for the provision of direct, age-specific, resident care to those assigned to their care for each established shift.


The LVN responsibilities include total care for chronically ill and technologically dependent residents, administration of medications, performance of treatments, provision of resident/family education as directed, and maintenance of a record of the care provided.


The Certified Nurse Assistants provide each resident with routine daily nursing care, compassion, and respect. This care also follows the resident’s assessment plan and current federal, state, and local standards and regulations.


We have multiple skilled nursing facilities in the Los Angeles County metropolitan looking for licensed and non licensed personnel for full-time and part-time employment. View our current open position and apply today.

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