InGenesis, a San Antonio-based staffing and consulting firm, announced it won a $992 million contract from the U.S. Air Force, according to a news release.
InGenesis wins Air Force contract for docs
The five-year Clinical Acquisition Support Services contract starts in May and will provide doctors, nurses, dental and other clinicians to military treatment facilities in the U.S. and Guam. The number of workers needed from InGenesis and other vendors has not been determined.
"We have built a strong pool of skilled providers in more than 100 healthcare labor categories while supporting 70 client facilities in 34 states, including seven Air Force base locations,” InGenesis founder and CEO Veronica Edwards said in the release. “Our primary contract awards have been from the Army, Navy and the Department of Health and Human Services, so we look forward to extending our high-quality services to more Air Force facilities."
InGenesis is accepting applications for the positions and expects most employees currently at treatment facilities to re-apply for their jobs.
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