As a travel nurse, there is no doubt you are aware of the benefits your chosen profession provides. However, have you ever taken notice of the impact you have on healthcare facilities? It might surprise you to know the variety of ways your services influence an organization. You bring a new perspective and a variety of experiences to your employers. You enable healthcare providers to deliver a higher quality of care, which improves patient outcomes and ultimately improves patient satisfaction.
Dallas, TX, December 3, 2019 – Janet Elkin, President and CEO of GHR Healthcare, the parent company of GHR Travel Nursing, has been named to the 2019 Global Power 150 and the 2019 Americas 100 lists by Staffing Industry Analysts, recognizing the top female leaders in the staffing industry. This is the fifth year the list has been compiled and her fifth time for being included.
The holidays are a great time to spend with family and friends. But, since healthcare doesn’t take a break, nurses are always needed during these festive weeks. There is a good chance you will be working through the holidays in a new city. Check out our tips for making this holiday season the most exciting and rewarding yet—no matter how far from home you are.
Housing is an essential part of a pay package for a traveling nurse. Accommodations can make or break your assignment, so it helps to get it right before you take off. Although companies may provide housing for you, housing stipends are gaining popularity for the freedom they offer to the travel nurse.
Dallas, TX, October 2, 2019 – GHR Healthcare, parent company pf GHR Travel Nursing, has been named as one of the largest per diem healthcare staffing companies in the United States, according to a recent industry listing produced by Staffing Industry Analysts (SIA), the leading industry authority on the staffing industry. This is the second consecutive year GHR has been named to the list.
Just because travel nurses are sought after and in-demand, don’t think you have your next job in the bag just yet. With some preparation, polishing and self-reflecting, your next job search can be your most seamless yet. Read about five of the most common mistakes nurses make during the job hunt.
When you accept your first travel nursing assignment, get ready for things to move fast. Licenses, IDs, paperwork, tax forms and testing will need to be completed. Create a travel binder that contains all the documents you will need for the assignment. Keep in touch with your recruiter and check out these ways of preparing for your new travel nurse career.
There are few careers as meaningful or important to society than being a nurse. It is a rewarding, gratifying job that allows you to make a difference in patient’s lives.
As all families are different, travel nursing with a family requires creativity in finding solutions for a particular set of family-related circumstances. There are questions that all traveling nurses ask themselves before accepting an assignment: