Read About Life on the Road as a Travel Nurse
The life of a travel nurse is far from ordinary. Besides exploring the country, making new friends and expanding their résumés, travel nurses get to experience things that make their lives and their jobs worthy of a story. Read our traveler stories and other interesting articles that offer insight into various aspects of travel nursing and life on the road.
May 17, 2013 - While a number of travel nurses may hear words of appreciation on their assignments, it’s not every day that a leader at an assignment facility will go out of his or her way to highlight an individual nurse traveler.Read more
May 3, 2013 - There’s a reason why they say that everything is bigger in Texas. From its supersized theme parks and attractions to its impressive beaches, shopping malls, museums and eateries, the Lone Star State truly offers something for everyone. With a variety of travel assignments available, and plenty of unique cities to visit, travel nurses will find fun places to visit and great things to experience throughout America’s second largest state.Read more
May 3, 2013 - Six-weeks into her first travel nursing assignment, OR nurse Ruth Cason, RN, has already extended her contract an extra 13 weeks, and has nothing but rave reviews of her experience traveling with American Mobile Healthcare and working at Novant Health Presbyterian Medical Center (formerly Presbyterian Hospital) in Charlotte, N.C.Read more
May 1, 2013 - Nurses across the country are looking forward to National Nurses Week, which begins May 6 and runs through May 12, Florence Nightingale’s birthday. The theme for 2013 is Delivering Quality and Innovation in Patient Care, emphasizing nurses’ changing roles in a changing health care system.Read more