Brian Torchin is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of HCRS Staffing in Narberth, Pennsylvania. He first joined this firm in January 2007. Prior to taking this position, he was the Director of Medical Marketing for Practice Management, Inc. for seven years. Earlier in his career he was a chiropractic physician. Learn more about Brian Torchin: http://www.wellness.com/dir/458034/chiropractor/pa/philadelphia/brian-torchin-dc
He is a graduate of the University of Delaware where he earned his Bachelor’s of Science in Exercise Science. He also attended the New York Chiropractic College and earned his DC, Chiropractic in 1995.
HCRC Staffing is a staffing solutions company which specializes in the healthcare and legal industries. Both law firms and medical facilities experience a large amount of staff turnover and so they turn to staffing companies like HCRC Staffing in order to quickly obtain qualified candidates. As each company has specific needs, Brian Torchin and his team customize their services to meet each client’s individualized staffing solutions.
Brian Torchin has spent several years providing staffing for companies as well as managing medical clinics.
His company has greatly expanded in scope since he founded HCRC Staffing. It now has clients in all 50 states in the US and also operates internationally including Canada, Europe, Asia, and Australia.
Today, Brian Torchin fills many positions at both law office and medical facilities. Among the types of positions he fills in the healthcare industry are nurse practitioners, dentists, urgent care personnel, and support staff such as office managers and receptionists. At law offices he can staff lawyers, legal secretaries, paralegals, legal administrators, and their support staff as well.
As a philanthropist, Brian Torchin has provided his experience and expertise, as well as money, to charitable causes. He was once a prominent fundraiser for Magee Rehabilitation which is a leading medical facility that specializes in taking in patients who have spinal cord injuries and traumatic brain injuries.