Every travel nurse should have at least one book to take on the road. Reading a great novel or memoir is a great way to pass time while traveling from city to city, or to unwind after a long shift. We know you’re busy changing lives, so we saved you some time searching and put together a list of our top book recommendations for travel nurses.
Dallas, TX, August 6, 2018 – GHR Healthcare announced today that their acute care divisions, General Healthcare Resources and GHR Travel Nursing, earned The Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval for Healthcare Staffing Services Certification by demonstrating continuous compliance with its performance standards. The Gold Seal of Approval is a symbol of quality that reflects an organization’s commitment to providing qualified and competent healthcare professionals.
Being a registered nurse is a rewarding career path with a median annual salary of $68.45. And, travel nurses generally make even more. However, if you're looking to advance your career and thrive, consider earning additional certifications, obtaining advanced degrees and developing skills within a specialized area of nursing. Not only can advancing your skillsets potentially help you increase your earnings but it can also help you qualify for positions within prestigious healthcare organizations down the road.
As a nurse, you have a variety of options available to you when deciding where you want to work. While some may choose to go a more conventional route of working in a hospital, rehabilitation center or outpatient facility in the local area, there’s also the more adventurous option of becoming a travel nurse.
Dallas, TX, November 10, 2017 – Janet Elkin, President and CEO of GHR Healthcare--the parent company of GHR Travel Nursing, was a featured speaker at the Client Panel and Networking Event co-sponsored by EmpowerHer Women’s Business Resource Group and Capital One’s Commercial Banking Group, held in New York City recently.
October is recognized as Spina Bifida Awareness Month–a time to shed light on the causes, treatments and support of the paralyzing birth condition.
Spina Bifida, the most common permanently disabling birth defect in the U.S., occurs during a child’s formation in their mother’s womb. Spina Bifida, which means “split spine,” happens when the baby’s spinal column doesn’t close all the way. In the U.S. alone, eight babies are born daily with Spina Bifida or similar spinal cord and brain defects. While the cause of thecondition remains unknown, genetics and environment are believed to play a role