traveling nurse

traveling nurse

A nurse who travels to find employment because of the relative lack of opportunity in his/her local area
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Kelly Mrowinski, a traveling nurse, was reported as having been swept away by a flash flood late last month.
State Of Vermont Agency Of Human Services Department Of Mental Health Request For Proposals Traveling Nurse Services Vermont Department Of Mental Health Introduction: The Purpose Of This Rfp Is To Obtain A Contractor To Provide Traveling Nurses To The Vermont Department Of Mental Health.
His goal is to become a traveling nurse, working in cities as well as rural areas.
The search for Schaumburg native and traveling nurse Kelly Mrowinski in Hawaii ended Friday evening, exactly one week after she was reported as having been swept away by a flash flood.
Kelly Mrowinski attended Schaumburg High School from 2004 to 2007 and is now employed as a traveling nurse by Aya Healthcare, based in San Diego, California.
Janesky said the traveling nurse business is facing a tough environment as hospitals aren't willing to spend money to improve nurse-to-patient ratios.
HPO has rapidly become one of the leading traveling nurse staffing firms in the United States.
Travel Flexibility: MSN nurses can designate what city they want to work in on a temporary basis, with housing and transportation provided as a traveling nurse, or easy transfer to a city with a local MSN staffing office.
The company, which places traveling nurses in hospitals in all 50 states for typically 13-week assignments, continued to grow.
We've just become a lot more efficient in what we're doing and we've managed to decrease depending on traveling nurses for help and spent a lot less on lawyers,'' hospital director June Snow said.
Launched in 1993, HT will be produced ten times this year and has a controlled circulation of 40,000 traveling healthcare professionals, including traveling nurses, physical therapists, radiology technicians, surgical technicians and occupational therapists.
StarMed specializes in the placement of traveling nurses and surgical technologists at acute care hospitals nationwide.