Medical Connections Holdings, Inc. 2010 Revenue Growth Exceeds Industry Analysts Estimates

BOCA RATON, Fla.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Medical Connections Holdings, Inc. (OTCBB: MCTH), a national provider of medical recruitment and staffing services, reported today on its revenue gains in 2010 compared to staffing industry analysts estimates.

The Company had previously reported that its annual revenue has increased 27% compared to 2009 and 47% when comparing fourth quarter 2010 to fourth quarter 2009. This compares favorably to the 2010 year-end estimate by Staffing Industry Analysts of a 4% decline in allied-based revenue and an 8% decline for the healthcare staffing industry, as a whole. The improvement reflected volume gains in contract travel staffing in the allied segment, the Company’s primary business line.

Anthony Nicolosi, Company President, stated, “Despite the negative effects on our industry in 2009 and 2010 caused by the severe economic downturn, 2011 and beyond are expected to deliver positive revenue growth for the healthcare staffing industry. More importantly, Medical Connections was able to deliver a robust 27% growth in revenue in 2010 that far exceeded the estimates of staffing industry analysts for the same period. We attribute our growth to our focus on business fundamentals and commitment to success. We believe the worst economics are behind us and are positive in our outlook for 2011.”

Medical Connections, Inc. is a national provider of medical recruitment and staffing services. The Company’s business is to identify, select and place the industry’s most talented healthcare specialists, nurses, pharmacists, physicians and hospital management executives. The Company provides recruiting and staffing services for permanent and contract positions, leaving options for both clients and candidates to decide the optimal formula for working together.

With headquarters in Boca Raton, Florida, Medical Connections is ideally positioned to increase its presence in the U.S. healthcare market. Medical Connections Holdings, Inc. is a fully reporting company trading on the OTC B/B under the ticker: MCTH.

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CONTACT:

Medical Connections Holdings, Inc.
Anthony Nicolosi, 561-353-1110
President
[email protected]
www.medicalconnections.com

KEYWORDS:   United States  North America  Florida

INDUSTRY KEYWORDS:   Practice Management  Health  Hospitals  Other Health  Professional Services  Consulting  Human Resources  Other Professional Services  Nursing  General Health  Physical Therapy

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