Last October, in recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Medical Solutions shared the story of one of our most beloved team members, Amber Barna, BSN, RN, Clinical Director of Nursing at Medical Solutions. Amber is a brave breast cancer survivor, amazing leader, and just generally a wonderfully infectious ray of sunshine within the Medical Solutions family.
This year, Medical Solutions had our annual Pink Out Day recognizing Breast Cancer Awareness Month, so I’ve shared a few of our Pink Out pics with you in this blog. In honor of Amber’s story, and breast cancer survivors everywhere, I’d also like to share a really cool effort by The Kroger Company to help their employees tell their survivor stories.
At SharingCourage.com, Kroger hosts a collection of “Stories of Courage” from their team members who’ve bravely fought breast cancer. Their stories take them from stunning, scary diagnoses to hard-fought battles to cancer-free status, and each one of them is truly an inspiration! One uniting factor of these stories, much like Amber’s, is that these survivors gain a new appreciation and sense of gratefulness for life.
Here are a few of their quotes:
“Cancer brought me to my knees … then it brought me to my feet.” — Linda
“It’s a beautiful world on the other side of cancer!” — Cindy
“I found a reserve of inner strength that I never thought possible.” — Sharon
“Every day I find another reason to be thankful.” —Tina
“Since breast cancer, I’ve learned not to stress about things in life.” — Carolyn
Kroger, which has a vast family of stores under different names nationwide, also uses their platform to generate funds for organizations that fight breast cancer. You can enter your current zip code on their site to see how much money they’ve generated for your current local area. Mine was $78,500 in 2015! And all of that money stayed in local organizations that continue to lobby for breast cancer awareness and fight hard for a cure.
As a Traveler, it’s pretty cool to think that you can help make an impact in tons of locations across the nation!
As you recognize Breast Cancer Awareness Month, make sure to check out Amber’s inspirational story as well as those of the survivors featured by Sharing Courage!
For a limited time, brand new Medical Solutions Travelers will be eligible for a $500 bonus after completing their first five weeks on assignment.
So, if you or someone you know is thinking about taking the plunge into the wonderful world of Travel Nursing, now is the perfect time. And remember, Medical Solutions also offers a $500 referral bonus, so you and your friend could each end up with an extra $500.
Plus, Medical Solutions offers a $600 loyalty bonus for every 600 hours worked, so you and your crew could have bonuses coming out the wazoo!
To receive the Medical Solutions $500 new Traveler bonus, you must:
- Have not previously worked a standard travel assignment with Medical Solutions
- Start an assignment with us anytime from October 1, 2016 through January 14, 2017
- Complete at least five weeks of your assignment
Medical Solutions Travelers report that their careers allow them freedom from hospital politics, the flexibility to take assignments and time off whenever they choose, amazing skill development and resume-building opportunities, the ability to travel with families and/or pets in tow, the chance to explore new, bucket list-level places, and so much more.
Still on the fence? Visit our homepage and check out some of our Travelers’ beautiful pictures and stories about their wonderful experiences. Here’s a quick sample of the thousands of amazing stories we hear from Medical Solutions Travel Nurses.
Lauren S. said: “Travel Nursing has helped me become a braver person and ziplining through the Redwoods is part of the new me.”
Jessica said: “What better way to see the country, be a permanent tourist, advance your nursing skills, and figure out where you want to live when you grow up? Travel Nursing is the best!”
Jordan W. said: “Being a Travel Nurse is amazing because with each new assignment comes the chance to grow in my career. Thanks to Medical Solutions, I am becoming a more diverse nurse. Medical Solutions has always been there for me. I honestly think I have the best recruiter possible.”
Click here to take your first step on an amazing journey and career, in which an extra $500 is just one among many bonuses — financial and otherwise — that await you!
So you’ve probably noticed by now, there’s something different about Medical Solutions. That’s right — we’ve got a fancy new website!
Medical Solutions redesigned the site with your busy Travel Nurse lifestyle in mind. That means you have access to even MORE beneficial Travel Nurse resources and tools right at your fingertips. We’ve made it even easier for you to:
- Find Travel Nursing jobs quicker with the improved jobs board search results
- Take control of your Travel Nursing job hunt with a “Save My Jobs” feature
- Chat with a Career Consultant online
- Access the site while you’re on the road with your smartphone or mobile device
- Log into “My Medical Solutions” faster
Plus, the user-friendly site is now full of pictures and testimonials from the adventures of your fellow Travelers! It’s just another way we wanted to celebrate YOU and your hardworking, adventurous career. So, what are you waiting for? Stay awhile, and check out our new online digs. Don’t forget to let us know what you think — contact your Career Consultant today!
Many thanks and congrats to the August 2016 Traveler of the Month, Christine O., and also our Rising Star winner, Lora C.!
Traveler of the Month Christine is an RN, BSN specializing in NICU. She works with Career Consultant Mike M. and is currently on assignment in beautiful Honolulu, Hawaii! Christine has been in nursing for six years and traveling for one year.
Even though she’s living the life so many dream of in the literal paradise of Hawaii, Christine says that picking her favorite location is tough.
“I’m loving Hawaii for the location, but Delaware was awesome due to the people I worked with,” she says.
Instead of a car, Christine just bought her first moped in Hawaii to get around town and explore.
The thing she loves most about Travel Nursing?
“I get to travel the globe for my job!,” she says.
Christine offers some great advice for newer Travelers:
- Ask a lot of questions of other Travel Nurses.
- Research, research, research the places you’re considering.
- Have fun and don’t be timid!
Thanks for your hard work and awesome advice, Christine!
Rising Star Lora is a PACU RN who’s been in nursing for six years and works with Medical Solutions Career Consultant Sapan S.
Lora just finished her first Travel Nurse assignment in Providence, Rhode Island — which she found to be a fantastic location.
“I loved the teamwork and skill level of my coworkers,” she says. “Plus, it was a nice city and area to explore.”
Lora loves playing outside, and fittingly, she’s been a Grand Canyon River Guide for 23 years! She has an eclectic batch of interests — for example, she also plays old-time string band music on both the fiddle and the banjo.
Lora also loves the freedom and exploration that come with being a Travel Nurse, plus she loves constantly learning new things as she goes.
“I love to travel and explore new areas, learning new things professionally and regionally,” she says. “I also love the flexibility and meeting new people.”
Lora advises new Travelers to: “Keep a great attitude, always offer the best nursing care, and be genuine and be yourself.”
The Travel Nurse life is lucky to have ya, Lora! Thanks for everything you do.
Congratulations again to the Medical Solutions August 2016 Traveler of the Month and Rising Star! Christine and Lora, we are so grateful for your amazing skills, dedication, zest for adventure, and commitment to providing top-notch patient care!
Could you be the next Medical Solutions Traveler of the Month or Rising Star? Travelers who receive a perfect hospital evaluation are eligible to win these monthly awards — with Rising Star going to newer Medical Solutions Travelers. Click here to learn more and find out if you could be the next winner of a $100 Visa or Amazon gift card as recognition for a job well done!
By Chris Vinton, Medical Solutions Quality Assurance Specialist
October is one of the best months of the year. Pumpkin Spice season is in full swing, haunted houses are up and running, the holidays are on the horizon, Halloween costumes are being bought for dogs, the weather is comfortable for the most part, and, for some reason, some stores are already playing “Rudolf the Red Nosed Reindeer.”
October also marks the beginning of flu season. Here is what you need to know about the flu, the flu vaccine, and Medical Solutions’ requirements regarding the flu vaccine.
Flu season starts in October and continues until April, though flu activity can last through May. Usually, flu season peaks from December through March. The CDC recommends flu vaccines for anyone over the age of six months — and if you’re reading this, you are either over six months or a very, very impressive baby.
This flu season, the CDC is not recommending the active virus nasal spray. Last season, the nasal spray was nowhere near as effective as the regular flu shot. The flu vaccine will not make you completely immune to the flu, it will help your body build up antibodies and severely reduce the chances of you getting the flu. The vaccine will also not make you sick, the virus will be completely dead by the time it reaches you. If you are allergic to eggs or have had a severe allergic reaction to flu vaccines, gelatin, antibiotics or other ingredients, talk to your primary care physician before considering a flu vaccine.
Medical Solutions requires a flu vaccination for every traveler in October or before starting a travel assignment during flu season. If you are allergic to the flu vaccine or cannot receive the flu vaccine due to religious reasons, we will require a declination form from your primary care physician or a clergy member. We require a flu vaccination for every Traveler because the flu virus effects the entire country and the flu vaccine should help defend you no matter where you travel to. The flu vaccine does take a few weeks to work, your body slowly builds up antibodies. That is why we require the flu vaccine in October or before starting any assignment during flu season. The better protected you are from the flu, the better protected your patients and coworkers will be!
There is a ton of really cool flu information on the CDC website. Everything from the effectiveness of flu vaccines, to the methodology for the flu information and even a Twitter campaign for flu awareness and vaccines.
For the general overview on the CDC’s flu page, click here.
Thanks for doing your part to keep the herd healthy! If you have any questions about Medical Solutions’ flu vaccine requirements, please feel free to contact your Career Consultant.
Travel Nurses walk many, many miles in the name of great patient care — and we hope you walk many more in the name of adventure while traveling the country for work!
In 2013, the Medical Solutions team created Travel Nurses Day as a way to celebrate YOU. Most of us will never know exactly what it’s like to walk a mile in your hardworking shoes, but we admire how tirelessly you work, as well as your zest for adventure and learning about new places.
That’s why we are beyond excited to invite you to celebrate Travel Nurses Day 2016 with Medical Solutions at TravelNursesDay.com — where you can sign up now for Travel Nurses Day updates and return October 7-16 to play games, take quizzes, join in the celebration, and (fingers crossed!) win some awesome prizes!
Here’s what’s on tap for this year’s celebration:
Get answers to these burning questions, plus the chance to win great prizes to boot! (Haha, pun intended!) This year we’ve even included the “Is Travel Nursing in Your Future?” quiz for all those aspiring Travelers out there.
- What Kind of Shoe Are You?: Three randomly chosen winners will each receive a $120 Dansko gift card
- Where Should You Travel Next?: Three randomly chosen winners will each receive a $130 Alegria gift card
- Is Travel Nursing in Your Future?: Three randomly chosen winners will each receive a $75 Inkkas gift card
#MyTravelNurseShoes Instagram Contest
Post your photos on Instagram with the hashtag #MyTravelNurseShoes for the chance to win one of three gift sets — each including a Fitbit Blaze ($200 value) and a Shiatsu Back Massager ($40 value).
We want to see the many amazing places your Travel Nurse shoes take you! Capture that gorgeous mountain view after a long hike, the delicious dessert following a 4-star meal, the astounding historic site you’ve always wanted to see, or get creative with a fun shot of your actual shoes. You’re only limited by your imagination — may the best pics win!
Pro tip: Be sure your account is set to public to be eligible to win!
Much like Travel Nursing, this fun activity gives you the chance to write your own story! Much like the Mad Libs of yore, there are three different stories you can complete and six chances to win:
- Travel Nurse Fashion: Three randomly chosen winners will each receive a Dickies scrub set ($110 value)
- Travel Nurse’s Day Off: Three randomly chosen winners will each receive a voucher for a local spa pedicure ($25-50 value)
- First Day in Your Travel Nurse Shoes: Three randomly chosen winners will each receive an Artifact tote bag ($98 value)
This game is for all you eagle eyes out there! Compare two similar photos and find the differences for the chance to win one of three JBL Clip+ Splashproof Portable Bluetooth Speakers ($45 value).
Visit TravelNursesDay.com now to sign up for updates on this upcoming celebration! Then, be sure to come back and party with Medical Solutions October 7-16.
Good luck, have fun, and thanks so much for the many miles you’ve walked for your patients and for everything you do as an extraordinary Travel Nurse!
Many thanks and congrats to the July 2016 Traveler of the Month, Lee U., and also our Rising Star winner, Meaghan L.!
Traveler of the Month Lee is an RN, BSN, CCRN specializing in ICU and ER. He works with Career Consultant Erin A. and is currently on assignment in beautiful western Oregon. Lee’s in his 21st year of nursing, having traveled six years straight, as well as an additional three years periodically earlier in his career.
Lee travels solo, but returns home often during assignments to see his “wife, kids, cats, dog, rat, chickens, and lizards.” In addition to having a uniquely full house of human and animal loved ones, Lee is also unique in that he only purchases cars with a stick shift. ( Hey, me too, Lee! But we’re definitely a rare breed 🙂 )
“I truly have not not liked any place I’ve been,” says Lee. “Perhaps some of the hospitals were less desirable, but one of the beauties of Travel Nursing is that we are in a different location regularly and get to explore the area, see new things, meet new people, and this aspect is completely separate from the job.”
“I love Travel Nursing for the fact that I get to meet so many people and am never tethered to weather a circumstance that is painfully undesirable,” says Lee. “As Travelers, we can move on whenever we want.”
Lee offers three great tips for new and prospective Travelers:
- “They don’t care very much how it was where you were, so when in Rome do as the Romans do.”
- “Anyone can stay positive and smile for 13 weeks. If it’s hard, for whatever reason, fake it. You get to leave soon, they don’t.”
- “If you find yourself in a position to Travel Nurse: enjoy yourself, don’t work yourself into the ground (like I often do), mix up making good money with learning about new areas and people … I know that’s pretty obvious, but not to everyone. Enjoy traveling!!”
Thanks for the helpful advice and for being so awesome, Lee!
Rising Star Meaghan is an RN specializing in ICU & PACU who’s been in nursing for 8+ years and traveling nearly a year — she was an Active Duty Army Nurse for more than seven years before switching to traveling. Her recruiter at Medical Solutions is Career Consultant Anthony H. and she’s currently on assignment in beautiful Boston.
Meaghan travels with her dog, Casey, who she says is “a great road trip buddy,” and her favorite location in her travels so far has been Seattle, Washington.
“I love the outdoors, and the mountains in Washington are absolutely beautiful,” she says. “The best part of Travel Nursing is having the opportunity to explore different parts of the country.”
Meaghan’s advice to fellow Travelers is to work hard, learn lots, and have fun.
“Travel Nursing is an incredibly rewarding and fun way to visit new areas. However, a steep learning curve and high level of expectation can be slightly intimidating, even to a seasoned nurse,” she says. “Working hard alongside fellow nurses and appreciating the opportunity to learn from different hospitals that I work for are major keys to my success as a Travel Nurse. And of course, of have fun!”
Thanks for the great advice and hard work, Meaghan!
Congratulations again to the Medical Solutions July 2016 Traveler of the Month and Rising Star! Lee and Meaghan, we are so grateful for your hard work, rock star skills, and commitment to providing excellent patient care!
Could you be the next Medical Solutions Traveler of the Month or Rising Star? Travelers who receive a perfect hospital evaluation are eligible to win these monthly awards — with Rising Star going to newer Medical Solutions Travelers. Click here to learn more and maybe you could be the next winner of a $100 Visa or Amazon gift card as recognition for a job well done!
By Chris Vinton, Medical Solutions Quality Assurance Specialist
Protecting patient information is a crucial part of patient care. Each patient’s information must be protected from his or her intake date all the way past the patient’s discharge date. HIPAA is a federal law that requires patient information to be protected as much as possible.
Patient information is a need to know basis. If someone doesn’t need to know, then don’t reveal the information. It can be easy to compromise a patient’s protected information, so you must be aware of what you are saying and to whom. Someone may overhear your conversation or you may accidently give too much information to whoever you are talking to. Unintentional HIPAA violations still incur a fine of $100 per offense. Some violations can cost up to $50,000 per offense — money much better spent on tacos.
So, how do you avoid spending hundreds or thousands of dollars in donations to the federal government? Simply, do not share patient information with people who do not need it. It certainly is much more complicated than it sounds, but awareness goes a long way. Making sure patient records match the patient, calling the patient at the correct number, and not giving out patient information are easy ways to prevent information breeches.
Technology has made patient care easier and faster, with some exceptions. However, technology has also made access to patient information easier, which is both good and bad. Make sure the computer you’re using is password protected and always lock computers when leaving them. Do not share your computer password with anyone. When emailing patient information, use a generic subject line. Even if the email is encrypted, the subject line will not be. Papers with patient information must be covered, put in a folder or put in a drawer. When disposing of any patient information that is on paper, shred the papers instead of throwing them in the regular trash can.
Every nurse has some great stories to tell — whether they are impressive or really gross. When telling these stories, leave out identifying details like the patient’s name, for example. Otherwise, it could lead back to the patient or someone who knows them. You never know who’s listening to your story and specific details could lead the person you’re talking to, or a person who is eavesdropping, back to the patient.
HIPAA is a constantly evolving law. There will always be new things to be aware of such as new technology, new charting systems, and there may even be new court cases that change HIPAA. If you see any HIPAA violations, you can report them on the HIPAA website. Always keep in mind that hospitals are always the last place people want to be in and some procedures can be very embarrassing to some people. Much of what nurses talk about is normal to them, but people outside of the medical profession can be appalled by the stories or if their own information was somehow leaked. Always make protecting your patient your main priority.
You can get more information about HIPAA or report a violation here.
For more tips on avoiding HIPAA violations, click here.
During your time as a Travel Nurse, you’ve stacked up some pretty impressive stats — you’ve explored some amazing cities, met tons of new people, and sharpened your clinical skills. While it’s always fun to discover new places, many Travel Nurses quickly learn it can also be expensive and timely to pay for new state licenses or to earn specialty certification.
Luckily, when you travel with Medical Solutions, we offer to reimburse you for state licenses or specialty certification. Sounds pretty great, right?
Here’s how it works:
If you incur expenses for your license because of your assignment, we will reimburse you for the cost of one license reimbursement per assignment! Likewise, Medical Solutions will also reimburse the cost for you to earn certification in your specialty. Please note you must be a current Medical Solutions Traveler upon your successful completion of the certification program before costs will be reimbursed to you.
Plus, as a Medical Solutions Traveler, you’re covered for all health-related, pre-screening items needed before you start an assignment. That means you don’t have to pay for any flu shots, vaccines, physicals, and/or drug screening tests. Medical Solutions also pays for your background, employment verification and reference checks.
Medical Solutions is here to help you advance your Travel Nursing career, whether that means reimbursing you for a state license or specialty certification. Want to learn more about these amazing benefits? Click here for more information about the state licensure reimbursement or here for specialty certification reimbursement.
I hope that you’re squeezing the last bits of goodness out of summer 2016, with the anticipation of a beautiful new fall season looming on the horizon. As the leaves prepare to change colors, we also prepare to change up our wardrobes and ways — football and fall TV hit the airwaves, sweaters hit the racks, chili hits the stove, pumpkin spice everything hits everywhere you can imagine, and festive fall holidays line up in the distance.
So, where will you spend your leaf peeping, boot wearing, hot cider drinking days this magical fall season? To help inspire you to fall for an awesome location this autumn, we suggest these 8 exciting fall locations for Travel Nursing jobs!
The Beaver State is known for colorful fall foliage that spectacularly pops against a background of dark evergreen. From the fiery hues of Portland’s picture-perfect Japanese Gardens to the abundant golden Aspen leaves studding the leash-free hike to Tumalo Falls (that’s right, dog lovers!), fall is one of Oregon’s best looks. Autumn is also a great time to visit the well-known Cannon Beach — AKA the famously rock-studded beach from The Goonies! The harvest is bountiful, the days are sunny, and the nights are crisp — the perfect backdrop for hiking, biking, rafting, camping, fall drives, train rides and other adventures that let you escape the city. Winos will love touring Oregon’s South Willamette Valley wineries and craft beer connoisseurs will appreciate Portland’s Bike and Brew Tour.
Click here to find Travel Nurse jobs in Oregon.
The Keystone State loves a good fall festival. Get your fall apple fix at the annual Applefest in Franklin or go one step further at Canton’s yearly Apple ‘n Cheese Festival. Celebrate the fungus among us at the annual Mushroom Festival in Kennett Square, known as the “Mushroom Capital of the World.” If you’re hungry for more be sure to check out Philadelphia’s Philly Cheesesteak Festival, a celebration of the cheesy, meaty masterpiece of a sandwich that the City of Brotherly Love is so loved for! While you digest, you can take in historic sites like the Liberty Bell, Independence Hall, and the Gettysburg Museum and National Cemetery. If art’s your thing, you’ll love the Philadelphia Museum of Art and Pittsburgh’s Andy Warhol Museum. Whisk yourself away to the beautiful Poconos and keep New York and other east coast hotspots in mind for future fall getaways!
Click here for Pennsylvania Travel Nurse jobs.
You may have missed the famous Iowa State Fair, but don’t fret. There are plenty of autumn activities to keep you busy in The Hawkeye State. College football is a popular fall tradition, so you might want to experience a proper tailgate in Ames or Iowa City before cheering the home team to victory. Adventurers will want to make the trek to Iowa’s picturesque outdoor areas, like Waubonsie State Park, Mines of Spain State Recreation Area, Maquoketa Caves State Park, and Pikes Peak State Park. Iowa also boasts a lot of wonderfully quirky destinations, like the Future Birthplace of Captain James T. Kirk in Riverside and West Bend’s Grotto of the Redemption. The Halloween season is the perfect backdrop for visiting the Villisca Axe Murder House, the scene of unsolved murders in the early 1900s and now rumored to be a real-life haunted house. You can also pass the time until “The Walking Dead” returns this fall by dining at the aptly named Zombie Burger restaurant in Des Moines!
Click here to explore Iowa Travel Nurse jobs.
You know what they say, “Virginia is for Lovers.” Fall lovers that is! Take a drive on the Blue Ridge Parkway and experience one of the most beautiful autumn drives in the nation. Other leaf-peeping opportunities abound at Shenandoah National Park, Back of the Dragon (Route 16), Smith Mountain Lake, Big Walker Lookout, Breaks Interstate Park, and many other beautiful locations. History buffs will be in heaven with sites like Mount Vernon, Monticello, Arlington National Cemetery, Historic Jamestown and Williamsburg, and a wealth of awesome museums. Coastal Virginia offers still-warm sand as fall begins, sailing, fresh seafood, and views of migrating birds. Ghost tours, corn mazes, fall wine festivals, and pumpkin patches round out the fun fall activities in this multi-faceted state.
Click here to check out Travel Nurse jobs in Virginia.
The Volunteer State is famous for vibrant fall hues throughout the Great Smoky Mountains, that eventually give way to mild winters. Music-lovers can take in a show at Nashville’s Grand Ole Opry or explore the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum there. Fans of the “Smoky Mountain Songbird” AKA “Backwoods Barbie” AKA Dolly Parton, will definitely want to make the trip to Pigeon Forge for a visit to Dollywood. Over in Memphis, audiophiles can make the famous pilgrimage to Elvis Presley’s home-turned-museum, Graceland, and catch some current tunes down on Beale Street. Speaking of Memphis, Tennessee is home to some of the country’s best barbecue, which comes in traditional form like ribs, brisket, and pulled pork but also branches out to incorporate barbecue pizza, nachos, and spaghetti!
Click here for Tennessee Travel Nursing jobs.
While California is truly an all-season champ of a state, it’s still no slouch when it comes to fall colors. In fact, because of the state’s geographic diversity, various parts of Cali see fall colors from August all the way through December! Fall in The Golden State brings an abundant harvest, so there are tons of great food festivals celebrating delicious delights like apples, avocados, eggplant, olives, pumpkins, almonds, grapes, and more. Speaking of grapes, a fall trip to Napa is always a great way to check out the winemaking experience in its full, harvest swing. Napa Valley is also known for some of California’s most colorful fall foliage from late September to late November. The fall weather in southern California is beautifully mild and all the hotspots like Los Angeles and San Diego beckon year-round. If you’re the type that’s not into a traditional fall, make like a local and hit up San Diego’s less-crowded beaches all the way into October!
Click here to explore California Travel Nurse jobs.
You’ll want to make it down to The Peach State in time for its famous annual Oktoberfest in the adorably picturesque Bavarian town of Helen. Foodies will be in heaven at events like October’s Taste of Atlanta and November’s Savannah Food and Wine Festival. A milder climate allows for great weather for hiking and biking in the beautiful Georgia Mountains, and, speaking of mountains, the popular, multi-faceted Stone Mountain Park hosts events and has select activities open throughout fall! Sports fans enjoying a fall assignment in Atlanta can watch the Braves wind down their season and the Falcons wind theirs up! There’s also a wealth of shopping, museums, dining, and sights to explore in Atlanta. Fall is also the perfect backdrop for another fabulous Georgia city, Savannah, which is said to be chock-full of haunted places and offers ample ghost tours!
Click here to find Georgia Travel Nurse jobs.
The Lone Star State is a vast playground to explore and fall is a great time to enjoy perfect Texas temps in the high 70s/low 80s. Perhaps no state is more into its football than Texas, so it’s a wonderful opportunity to catch some games — whether that’s under the local high school’s Friday Night Lights, watching one of the state’s many division one college teams, or even catching the big league Dallas Cowboys on their home turf. You may be living like a local, but don’t be shy to get your tourist time on at one of Texas’ many historic, beautiful, or otherwise significant sites like the Alamo, San Antonio Riverwalk, Six Flags, Houston Space Center, Padre Island, Austin’s many music districts, and much, much more!
Click here to see Texas Travel Nurse jobs.
Did we leave out your dream location? Not to worry! Click here to choose your own adventure and search Travel Nursing jobs by title, specialty, and/or state.