Cross Country Nurses’ ER travel nurse Alene Smith is currently on assignment at UF Shands in Gainesville, FL.
Cross Country Nurses’ travel nurse Andrea “Annie” Smith has a taste for adventure, and she’s able to satisfy her cravings by being a travel nurse.
We fully understand how important this question is and how important pets are in our lives. Our pets are family members.
You will be able to have insurance coverage that offers you a large variety of options to best fit your situation. Your health and you maintaining your health are of utmost importance to you and the patients your serve each day.
When you take a travel assignment, you will often be provided with short-term housing for travel nurses.
If you’ve been traveling for more than the past several years, you probably have a travel nursing portfolio of documentation you keep with you at all times that includes your licenses, certifications.
Due to the recent measles outbreak that has occurred, healthcare professionals such as nurses, should be aware of symptoms and how to effectively manage their risk of exposure to the disease when at work.
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I am about to graduate with my nursing degree and am seriously considering travel nursing. Is it right for me?
As a new graduate nurse considering travel nursing as a career, the first thing to understand is that travel nursing has many facets to it. First, you need to get some experience in the area of your specialty or practice.
I really want to go back to school for an advanced nursing degree, but I don’t even know where to start. Can you provide me any insight?
I am very excited that you asked this question! Nurses with advanced training and education respond and provide interventions quicker, which results in better outcomes for our patients. As nurses this is always our desire and goal!