I'm Annemarie Rosa, I live and work in Massachusetts. I'm the Northeast Regional Accounts Director at Cross Country Staffing.
New England Clam Chowda, A Beach Breeze, Baseball and Great Music: We’ve got it for you on assignment in Boston
Working as a travel nurse offers a vast range of opportunities. It can be a rewarding way to build a resume at the best hospitals in the country, to develop professional skills and hone experience in a subspecialty.
Cross Country Healthcare is proud to announce that Wendi Dusseault, Cross Country Staffing’s Executive VP of Travel Nursing, has been elected to President of the National Association of Travel Healthcare Organization’s (NATHO) Board of Directors
Even with mass uncertainty facing healthcare reform, the demand for skilled clinicians, across all professions, remains stronger than ever.
A new study just released states that Pneumonia acquired in hospitals is more widespread than previously thought.
This research stands in stark contrast to the preconceived notion that, “pneumonia comes primarily from the ICU or the elderly, the research team found that 70.8 percent of NV-HAP cases were acquired outside of the ICU.
2017 left some lasting impressions on all of us. From record-breaking weather events to the total solar eclipse, Wonder Woman to women marches — it’s always eye-opening to reflect on the hottest topics of the past 365 days.
64 percent of Travel Nurses love sightseeing according to the latest "Travel Nurse Dream Destination Survey." Find out where the exclusive assignments are in these top sightseeing destinations.
Nationally, healthcare related careers, and specifically RN jobs will continue to grow at a rate far exceeding the US average for all jobs. According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, demand for RNs is expected to grow by an average of 16% per year.
Nationally, healthcare related careers, and specifically RN jobs, will continue to grow at a rate far exceeding the US average.
Are you nervous to embark on travel nursing? Get some inspiration from one of our travel nurses, Leana Carlberg, who recently gave this incredible speech to the graduating nursing students at her alma mater, Fitchburg State University (FSU) in Fitchburg.