Hospital Night Shift Solutions Reduce Burnout

Our TeleNocturnists are solving hospital night shift staffing challenges for hospitals of all sizes. We provide telemedicine in rural areas and for mid-sized facilities, and large metropolitan hospitals. Our TeleNocturnist team can cover staffing gaps, and provide valuable support for nighttime clinical teams.

Studies show 67% of Hospitalists reported their career burnout was significant or very significant. Eagle Telemedicine aims to help your daytime physicians avoid burnout.

Paying too much for night coverage? Losing sleep over night staffing?

Eagle Telemedicine is solving night staffing challenges for hospitals of all sizes. Whether you’re a small rural hospital, a mid-sized facility, or a large metropolitan hospital, our TeleNocturnist team can cover staffing gaps and provide invaluable support for nighttime clinical teams.

We offer four paths to success:

Telemedicine Cross Coverage


Nocturnists often have to be in two places at once in larger hospitals: handling admissions and rounding on patients in the ED, and providing cross coverage consults by phone. Take the burden of floor calls off your nocturnist team and improve quality of care with face-to-face consults via videoconferencing technology.

NP/PA Back-up

Support your advanced practitioners with offsite physicians who can advise your staff in providing comprehensive care. Virtual TeleHospitalists participate in daily and nightly rounds via live videoconferencing, and are available 24/7 as a part of your team.

Support your advanced practitioners with NP/PA Back-up
Eagle Surge Proectection

Surge Protection™

Gets access to expert hospitalists whenever you need them — with the click of a mouse. It’s ideal for rural hospitals with limited local physician resources, or metropolitan hospitals where surges can happen any time, day or night.


In rural locations, patients receive real-time diagnoses and treatment at night from expert telenocturnists who are “beamed in” to the hospital via videoconferencing technology. The hospitals no longer have to struggle to find nocturnists to work on site, and no longer burden (and alienate) their daytime doctors with nighttime call.

Physician Staffing Solutions


Hospital Reduces Transfers and Treats Higher Acuity Patients with Dedicated Remote Care Team

Looking to replace its current telemedicine provider with a company that offered a dedicated remote care team, Iowa Specialty Hospitals & Clinics, located in north-central Iowa, turned to Eagle. The hospital system offers specialized care at their 25-bed Critical Access Hospitals in Clarion and Belmond, Iowa. The hospitals serve residents of this farming region due north of Des Moines and Ames. Today, both hospitals utilize Eagle’s TeleHospitalist services.

Key Benefits

 Fast Response During the Hospital Night Shift
Nursing Support
 Dedicated, Personable Team

Why They Work for Hospitals and Physicians
Why telehealth in rural areas benefit from TeleNocturnists