Connection, Ltd ®
Another Partner Company of TNC Management, LLC ®
|Texas Nurse Connection, Ltd (TNC, Ltd) is a Joint Commission Certified Health Care Staffing Services
and 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.
The Joint Commission
Please let TNC know what we can do to better help meet your needs.
Thank you very much from Texas Nurse Connection, Ltd and Staff
|Texas Nurse Connection, Ltd will be available during normal business hours 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM, Monday through Friday. After hours and on holidays and
weekends, the phones will be transferred to on call coordinator on duty and client will receive a call list with back-up numbers.
|Texas Nurse Connection, Ltd * 3385 North 3rd Suite 1 * Abilene, Texas 79603
Local: 325-670-0090 * Fax: 325-670-0094 * Toll Free: 1-866- WORKTNC (1-866-967-5862) * Toll Free Fax: 1-866-TNCFAXS * (1-866-862-3297)
|Texas Nurse Connection, Ltd is an Equal Opportunity Employer
In late 2005, the American Heart Association made some changes to their recommended CPR procedures based on the results of
scientific study. Below is a summary of the basic changes. The complete new recommendations can be found at
• Chest compression recommendations emphasize 100 compressions per minute, and to allow for full chest recoil after each
• 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
every 2 rescue breaths.
•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.
|Monthly Safety and Education Info
|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)
|Texas Nurse Connection, Ltd is seeking dedicated, dependable and qualified disciplines
(RN, LVN, CNA, CMA, Sitters)
to fill needed position.
Please click here to go to our Application Page.