The Edmond Sun

December 9, 2013

AHS staffing prepares for growth

Special to The Sun

EDMOND — AHS Staffing plans to move in to its new 4,500-square-foot building in Edmond by Dec. 15.

“We’re excited to move to the next phase of our strategic growth plan and are pleased to be doing it in a great community like Edmond,” said Jerick Henley, president of AHS Staffing.  

The new office will be at 3051 Willowood Road in Edmond.

Oklahoma-based AHS Staffing was founded in April 2010 following the acquisition of Houston-based PharmStat Staffing LLC. Since then the company has grown to 10 full-time employees, but projects to double that number in the next few years.

“We started out as a Pharmacy Staffing Agency but now we have a team dedicated to the dialysis industry as well,” Henley said.

AHS RenalStat was founded in February 2012 and provides staffing services for managers, RNs and Certified Dialysis Technicians for temporary staffing, permanent placement and travel assignments across the nation.

Henley said the new building was designed and constructed to be a workplace that supported the culture of AHS Staffing. Open space that encourages communication amongst team members and amenities like a gym for all the staff to utilize will help AHS Staffing attract additional talent as the company continues to grow and expand.

The gym at AHS will come in handy since the company has formed an “AHS Racing Team” where several members of the company are avid cyclists and compete in cycling events as well as triathlons.

“It’s not only a great way to stay fit and active, it’s also a good way to help keep insurance premiums down and create a ‘team’ environment within the company,” said Mark Smith, CEO.