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The medical recruiting industry got a vote of confidence from Wall Street
Physician Compensation Report, Nov, 2001


* The medical recruiting industry got a vote of confidence from Wall Street, when merchant banker Warburg Pincus & Co. paid $185 million for a 64% stake in Medical Staffing Network, a large temporary staffing company Warburg Pincus beat two unidentified bidders, one an investment firm and the other a health care company, said Lehman Brothers, which ran the auction. Medical Staffing, based in Boca Raton, Fla., provides temporary physicians and nurses.
 
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