Name: Micah C. City, State: Atlanta, GA Specialty: Electrophysiology Lab Month: Oct. 1 1. How’d you get into travel nursing? I always wanted to see new and exciting places with my wife and girls. The opportunity to travel came available, so we prayed about it and took a leap of faith. 2. What’s the best part about traveling? For my family, the […]
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Welcome to Atlanta, Georgia Atlanta, Georgia’s capital and also the largest city in the state, is one of the most densely forested cities in the US, and is known as the capital of the South. It has a diverse population, and attracts visitors and residents because it’s a financial and commercial hub, but also because […]
Name: Lisa T. City, State: Seattle, WA Specialty: NICU Month: Sept. 1 1. How’d you get into travel nursing? I’ve always been a bit nomadic and after staying in one place for a couple of years in a NICU in southern Texas then moving to the PNW for my husband’s job, it seemed like a great time to revisit […]
Welcome to Boston, MA Boston, Massachusetts is one of the oldest cities in the US, and it’s also one of the most beautiful – especially in fall! Its iconic red-brick buildings and brownstones, coupled with the extensive culture, history and some of the finest education establishments, make it an incredible place to live and work. […]
Being a travel nurse is a demanding job – the long hours and the often stressful work can leave us feeling drained at the end of the day. Exhaustion, especially when coupled with frequent travel across the country for our nursing assignments, can cause us to become too tired and lacking in energy to be […]