“You see it in the eyes of a child waiting to go into surgery; in the urgent conversation between a physician and a nurse practitioner running down the hallway of a hospital; in the worried eyes of an executive holding the hospital’s financial success in her hands; or in the body language of an administrator when he can’t fill a shift.
These are the times we know that we matter. For Patients. For Providers. For Leaders.
In healthcare, time is always urgent and the deadline has already passed. We know the quicker and more diligently we work at Triad Healthcare Recruiting, the better the patient outcomes. We are a part of your team with the goal of achieving Performance Together™.”
Better Leaders. Better Care.
– Dharshan Jayasinghe, MS, MBA
Chief Executive Officer
“We understand the extreme challenge healthcare is facing. Our hearts are with all patients and the healthcare providers who serve them. We not only want to fulfill our mission of providing talent to healthcare organizations; our vision is larger. We want to play an active role in solving this healthcare challenge – recruiting talent to serve the growing need of caring for patients in a diverse world. Health professions students are the future of healthcare; that is why we have set aside $1 million for our ASCEND academic scholarship program and partnered with over 50 universities nationwide.“
– Shannon Jayasinghe
“Research and technology play an important role in solving the recruitment challenge. Technology creates new opportunities not only in locating talent, but in approaching new candidates. We developed our T-mapping™ technology to be more specific in our outreach and how we communicate with potential candidates. We know they live busy lives and that we need to reach them wherever they are, on their own terms.”
– Charith Nikahetiya
Head of Research and Operations
“Our philosophy is simple… better candidates means better patient outcomes. Clinical recruitment demands providing organizations with healthcare professionals who deliver high quality, safe and compassionate care to the patient population. Our customers count on us to deliver candidates who meet this criteria, and we will not disappoint them.”
– Lori Ann Poore
Director of Clinical Recruitment and Military Programs
“Quality in healthcare is paramount to everything else. First, all patients deserve the best care and treatment possible. Secondly, patients as consumers, now more that ever, have a choice in selecting who cares for them. Triad Healthcare Recruiting is instrumental in ensuring our clients have the best and brightest leaders and clinicians to provide the highest quality care to the patients they serve. These leaders and clinicians help their organizations improve and consistently maintain top level quality metrics instilling patient trust and confidence.“
– Alexander Selioutski, MD
Chief Quality Officer
Maureen Hammett, MS
Maureen came to leadership coaching as a natural complement to a long and varied career in leadership roles in both the nonprofit and for-profit sectors. Her approach is one of support and encouragement, creating a relationship with her clients that allows them to explore their capacity for growth and learning to maximize their professional potential. Her “champion” coaching style is reflective of the supervisory style that served her well over many years in leading both individuals and teams.
Maureen serves as the Vice Dean & Chief of Staff for the School of Social Work at the University at Buffalo (UB), a position she has held for 7 years. In this leadership/operations role, Maureen serves as the Dean’s right-hand person, helping to run and manage the school. She aids in dealing with overall operations, staff supervision, budget review and oversight, quality improvement, communications, special projects, and a host of other tasks/initiatives. Additionally, Maureen also serves as a coach to MBA students enrolled in the UB School of Management’s LeaderCORE development program.
Previously, Maureen worked for eight years in a variety of consulting, sales and sales management roles at RuffaloCODY (now Ruffalo Noel Levitz), a leading provider of fundraising and enrollment management solutions and services to the higher education community. Prior to her corporate career, Maureen served in various roles at the University at Buffalo over the course of 13+ years. During this time, she was involved in both fundraising and undergraduate admissions. Maureen started her career as a teacher in the Williamsville, NY district.
Maureen completed her Master of Science degree in Elementary Education and her Master of Science degree in Student Personnel Administration from Buffalo State College. She has also obtained her Leadership Coaching Certification from the University at Buffalo, Center for Leadership Organizational Effectiveness and her Hogan Assessment Certification.