Owner of ATC Healthcare Services – Youngstown, Gina McLaughlin, started her office alone as NurseCall Inc. in 2003. She hired 5 RN friends, including herself, and secured local contracts from four hospital systems in her hometown. At the time, she was already an agency nurse working through another agency.
Due to the incredible work Gina was doing in Youngstown, ATC Healthcare Services President, Stephen Savitsky, called her and offered to fly her to New York, and have her become a strategic partner of ATC Healthcare Services. The rest is history!
When she came on board with David and Steve, she was billing $450,000/year. Last year, she billed $5,200,000 and has a goal of doubling it.
Being a single mom, Gina needed to find a way to make a living. She was a traveling nurse for 15 years, so she knew that she could succeed in this industry. She chose her territory because she had already made relationships with the hospital systems in her hometown. The close proximity of Cleveland and Akron also made it an ideal location with a lot of opportunities.
ATC Healthcare Services – Youngtown maintains a local presence in its community. This, paired with the ability to network and find power partners, has allowed them to facilitate business opportunities for one another. She also donates annually to a non-profit organization in our community on behalf of ATC Healthcare Services and Carebuilders at Home, ATC’s homecare sister franchise.
This 20-year celebration was a true celebration of success. Gina states, “I could not have achieved this without family, friends, and colleagues. Together, as a community, we made relationships with so many people who have been there for my office, and I have been there for them. My office team is great! They love what they do, and our success is a result of their efforts. I’ve learned over time, find the right people, give them the tools to be successful and they will be!”
(Pictured: Gina and her Family)
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