Triage Staffing Named to Inc Regionals 2024: Midwest List of Fastest Growing Companies 

Triage, a healthcare staffing agency with jobs throughout the United States, was recently named to the Inc: Midwest list of America’s fastest growing companies. Triage clocked in at number 16, bettering last year’s ranking by 16 positions.  

The Midwest region includes Arkansas, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, Ohio, South Dakota, Wisconsin and Wyoming. There were 172 companies named to the Midwest list.  

This past year has been a big one for Triage. The company established its new workforce solutions managed services provider, Triage Plus, turning its years of experience in the traditional staffing industry into a new service to help fill healthcare needs throughout the country.  

“Awards and recognitions are great, but I’m most proud of our team for getting after it every day. Even though we recently celebrated our 18th anniversary, the Triage team is constantly striving for excellence and growth in our new MSP, Triage Plus. Our team is out there hustling every day to make Triage Plus a leading provider of workforce solutions,” said John Maaske, Triage founder and CEO (  

With years of experience in the staffing industry, the Triage Plus team has the background and knowledge to help clients determine the right solutions for each situation.  Triage Plus partners can choose from a robust vendor panel or a vendor-neutral VMS model, which ensures that each healthcare facility receives a solution that fits their needs.  

The Triage Plus program is fully configurable and designed to streamline the contingent labor process for partners. It ensures that partners see a reduced manual workload, while still providing excellent patient care in healthcare facilities.  

“Waiting to dive into the MSP world was a calculated decision. During the pandemic, we identified unique needs that weren’t being met and now we’re prepared to hit them head on. We’re solving today’s problems, not issues from five-ten years ago,” said Maaske.