trustaff: Ethical, Trustworthy, and Reliable

Yesterday trustaff was honored to receive the Most Ethical, Trustworthy, & Reliable Company award from the Ohio Hospital Association and OHA Solutions. Bestowed by Nancy Dean, Director of OHA, the award recognizes companies who have demonstrated repeated achievement in the areas of consistency and quality assurance.

With a title like ‘Most Ethical, Trustworthy, & Reliable Company,‘ this is an award that we feel truly represents trustaff’s core values in action. We continually strive for excellence and consider our ethical standards one of our top priorities, including our Joint Commission certification and HIPAA compliance.


Founded in 1915, the Ohio Hospital Association (OHA) is a collaborative professional association that brings together hospitals and health systems across the state. The OHA leads efforts across the state for patient safety, advocacy, quality, and sustainability.

The association currently includes more than 200 hospitals and 13 systems. We are proud to partner with many members of the OHA and honored to receive such a prestigious title!


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