Medical Staffing Agency, Triage Adds Senior Leaders and Creates a Long-Term Care Division

Triage, a medical staffing agency based in Omaha, recently made some changes to its internal roster of employees, as well as launching a new long-term care division.

Triage hired Taylor Asmus as Vice President of People and Culture and promoted Breanne Falley as Vice President of Strategic Initiatives. Asmus heads the company’s human resources department and brings a wealth of HR experience, driving employee engagement, leadership development and HR administration. Her previous involvement in scaling a startup will serve Triage well as it continues to grow.

Falley is responsible for the development and execution of Triage’s strategic initiatives to drive growth and enhance the company’s competitive position in the allied and travel nurse jobs market. Before her promotion, Falley served as Triage’s Finance Director, after working previously in strategic planning and corporate development.

The new long-term care division will be headed by Jeff Gordon, who brings years of experience and industry involvement to Triage. Gordon is quickly building a group of knowledgeable team members who understand the long-term care industry and how to best serve facilities with medical professionals in the long-term care, senior living, home health, rehab, assisted living and hospice specialties.

“We’re excited to welcome Taylor and Jeff to Triage and look forward to expanding into the long-term care arena, especially when paired with Breanne heading our strategic initiatives,” said John Maaske, Triage founder and CEO. “We continue to build out a fantastic team hyper focused on growth.”