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Medical Solutions 2015 Year in Review

Medical Solutions 2015 Year in Review

Thanks for a great 2015!

Deflate-gate, Caitlyn Jenner, Adele, Star Wars … these are just a few of the things that stand out when looking back on 2015. In the spirit of the year that was, here’s a quick Medical Solutions 2015 year in review rundown!

Medical Solutions Gives

Because we’re so consistently inspired by everything our nurses give to those in need, we worked to expand our Medical Solutions Gives efforts throughout 2015. On a local level, our internal team continued to volunteer time to causes they care about and participate in donation drives that helped those in need.

On a national level we once again partnered with Planet Water to bring clean, safe drinking water to villages in need. We also branched out to support Nurses House in honor of Nurses Week and forged an excellent partnership with Roundup River Ranch which we will grow in 2016, offering several very special assignments for Travel Nurses and much-needed help for the camp’s attendees — children suffering from serious diseases.

Medical Solutions capped off 2015 giving with a “Say Thanks By Giving” campaign to surprise four Travelers with a donation to the cause they care most about. After hearing about dozens of worthy causes, we donated $8,000 across four Traveler-submitted charities and also gave each of those who submitted a chosen charity a $50 Amazon gift card. (Click here to read more about the awesome Travelers and charities!)

We are committed to putting even more energy into Medical Solutions Gives in 2016, and we thank all the Travelers out there for providing us with such amazing inspiration for helping others and making the world a better place!

Nurses Week

Nurses Week 2015 was celebrated in May with a “Real Nurses of Nurses Week” Instagram feed, eCards, a special donation made to Nurses House in honor of Medical Solutions Travelers, prizes, and the Fourth Annual Nurses of Tomorrow Scholarship contest. We’re currently hard at work scheming on Nurses Week 2016 festivities and we look forward to seeing you in May at WeLoveOurNurses.com!

Traveler Survey Results

Four times throughout each year, we send Travelers a survey so that they can give feedback on their experience with Medical Solutions. Traveler feedback is absolutely crucial to helping improve YOUR experience, so we really appreciate all those who shared their valuable opinions!

Once again in 2015, Travelers sang the praises of their Career Consultants who were widely credited with facilitating great communication. We believe a solid, trusting relationship with your recruiter is essential to your career’s success and we’re glad so many of you have found that with Medical Solutions! We’ll continue to do quarterly Traveler surveys in 2016 — and we can’t wait to hear from you. Your feedback truly makes us better able to serve you!

Travel Nurses Day

October 9, 2015 marked the third annual Travel Nurses Day. Medical Solutions created Travel Nurses Day in 2013 as another way to recognize and honor all of the hardworking Travelers out there! In 2015, we celebrated with the Signs You’re a Travel Nurse photo contest, travel libs, photo finds, quizzes and more — which resulted in 24 lucky winners nabbing great prizes like Fitbits, $500 cash, and gift cards to Traveler’s Haven, Tafford Uniforms, Zappos, and Amazon. We look forward to celebrating again with you in 2016 at TravelNursesDay.com!

New Benefits

By popular Traveler demand, in 2015 Medical Solutions added two new voluntary benefits for Travelers: Short-Term Disability Insurance and Critical Illness Insurance. Click here to learn more about these new voluntary benefits, which we hope will provide Travelers with invaluable peace of mind!

Brownie Pops

As 2015 wound down, adorable and tasty brownie pops were delivered to Travelers over the holidays. We hope you found these sweet treats to be as wonderful as we think you are.

Phew! 2015 was quite a year. Thanks so much for continuing to grow alongside Medical Solutions throughout the year that was. We look forward to serving you in 2016 and beyond!

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Game Day Eats Pinterest Contest!

Game Day Eats Pinterest Contest!

Nom Nom Nom: We want YOU to enter the Game Day Eats Pinterest Contest!

You know what’s on my mind with the NFL season delivering high drama this month ahead of the February 7, 2016 Super Bowl? All the delicious game day eats!

Whether you’re in it for the whole season or just the Super Bowl, and whether you’re into the Super Bowl for the sport, commercials, or Coldplay at the half, one thing we can all identify with is the food. Hey, a fan’s gotta eat!

That’s why Medical Solutions wants you to share your fave football party fare in our Game Day Eats Pinterest Contest.

Huddle up, team! Here’s the drill:

  • Create a Game Day Eats board on Pinterest and pin all of your favorite game day eats to the board. You know: sliders, ribs, your famous chili, dips galore, wings, and whatever other tasty things trip your trigger!
  • Comment here on the contest pin with the URL to your Game Day Eats board to enter.
  • A panel of hungry Medical Solutions judges will choose the three yummiest looking boards and the three victors will each win a $50 gift card to Sur La Table AND a sweatshirt with their favorite team on it!
  • You can enter any time now through February 4, 2016, at midnight CST.
  • Don’t forget to follow us on Pinterest to find out who wins.
Ready, set, gather up your greatest gridiron grub and enter to win now!
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Nominate YOUR Career Consultant for 2015 Recruiter of the Year!

Nominate YOUR Career Consultant for 2015 Recruiter of the Year!

Does your Career Consultant make you happy enough to do cartwheels? Then click here to nominate YOUR Career Consultant for 2015 Recruiter of the Year!

It’s the most wonderful time of the year. That’s right, candy canes, Star Wars, and of course — time to nominate YOUR Career Consultant for 2015 Recruiter of the Year!

In 2014, after Healthcare Traveler magazine stopped doing its annual Traveler and Recruiter of the Year awards, Medical Solutions decided to keep the fun and recognition rolling. (Learn more about last year’s winners here.)

Once again, we’ll honor two Travelers and two Career Consultants who went above and beyond in 2015 — and we need your help to make it happen!

Is YOUR Career Consultant the best in the biz? Is he or she the perfect matchmaker of jobs, always quick to answer your call, and always got your back?

If you love your Career Consultant so much you feel like shouting it from the rooftops, be sure to nominate him or her for Recruiter of the Year. It just takes a minute to nominate someone and it’s a great way to make sure your awesome partner in Travel Nursing gets the recognition that he or she deserves.

You should definitely feel free to shout it from the rooftops, too, but in order for your vote to count, please also click here to nominate YOUR Career Consultant for Recruiter of the Year!

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Travel Nursing Job Search — In a Jimute

By now you probably know about our In a Jimute video series, which helps busy Travelers and aspiring Travelers learn more about Travel Nursing — in a Jimute.

The latest installment offers tips on how to do your own Travel Nursing Job Search — in a Jimute! Here’s Jim with some quick, helpful information on that.

Great points, Jim!

Even when you’re working with a great recruiter it can be nice to be able to search jobs on your own as well, just to explore and get an idea of what’s out there. The Medical Solutions’ job search truly is an excellent tool for Travelers looking for their next gig, as well as those just looking into traveling for the first time. You can customize your search by title, specialty, and/or location — which really helps you drill down and be able to see only the jobs that might be a good fit for you!

However, as Jim also advised, if you see a job you are interested in or would like to know more about, you should contact your recruiter right away; because in Travel Nursing, posted jobs can be filled very quickly and become unavailable to you. Another benefit to working closely with your recruiter is that they can often let you know about jobs that match your criteria right away so you can pounce on the best assignments for you!

On a related point, this is why it’s so important for you to be in close communication with your recruiter and to make sure that he or she has a really clear idea of what you’re looking for in an assignment and location. The more specific info you provide them, the better they can perform when it comes to recommending jobs and helping you strike while the iron’s hot!

If you have a query for Jim, click here to submit your very own Travel Nursing question — and be sure to check out the other In a Jimute videos while you’re there!

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Congrats to October 2015’s Traveler of the Month and Rising Star!

Medical Solutions Travel Nurses Kevin and Maria

Cheers to you, Maria and Kevin, our first ever husband and wife duo to both win Traveler of the Month!

Cheers and congrats to the October 2015 Traveler of the Month, Maria L., and also our Rising Star winner, Erin B.!

Traveler of the Month Maria, RN, CCRN, has 20-plus years’ experience in nursing, has been traveling for 10 years, and just completed her latest assignment in the gorgeous South Bay area of California. Stephanie B. is her Career Consultant, and here’s one among many neat things about Maria: Her husband Kevin, an OR RN, won Traveler of the Month for February 2015!

So, basically, Maria and Kevin are a seriously awesome roving RN duo who provide excellent patient care wherever they go. Sounds like a couple of superheroes to me!

Traveler Maria L

October 2015 Traveler of the Month Maria loves the flexibility of Travel Nursing and how it gives her the chance to travel.

When we caught up with Kevin in February he said they enjoy the freedom of Travel Nursing and how it allows them the chance to take time off when they want. Well, the proof’s in the pudding, because when we reached out to Maria regarding her October win, the pair was on a fabulous anniversary cruise in Southeast Asia.

“It is so great to travel with my best buddy,” says Maria. “It feels like a second honeymoon!”

Maria says she’s “never had a dull assignment,” but she particularly enjoyed Orlando and Washington DC areas because there were “lots of things to see and do.”

“Travel Nursing affords us a new playground with each new assignment,” says Maria. “New friends and life experiences to be made with each stop!”

When she went to school to become a chemist, Maria did not originally plan to become a nurse. But, she really fell hard for nursing.

“I absolutely love being a nurse and am passionate about my ICU practice,” she says.

In addition to a shared love of Travel Nursing, Maria says she and Kevin enjoy cooking, traveling, and family — and, they’re anxiously awaiting the birth of their 10th grandchild!

Maria’s tips for success in Travel Nursing?

“My husband and I give 110% of our very best to each facility to which we work; never the ‘I’ll be outta here in 13 weeks’ attitude,” she says. “We make it a point never to say, ‘Well, we did it this way the last place I worked,’ because it somewhat diminishes the current facility’s policy and procedure/protocol. Welcome the new hospital’s nuances — do not outwardly verbalize your negative opinions. Make yourself approachable. Do accept invitations to co-workers’ invitations to good, clean fun.”

Medical Solutions' October Rising Star, Erin, spreads her wings while on assignment!

Medical Solutions’ October Rising Star, Erin, spreads her wings while on assignment!

Rising Star Erin, RN, BSN is an ER nurse currently on assignment in gorgeous Seattle, Washington. She’s been in nursing for two and a half years, has been traveling about five months, and her Career Consultant is Erin F.

Erin is having a ball in Seattle, by the way!

“I love the abundance of live music, the variety of food, and the access to the trails and the outdoors all while being close to the city center,” she says. “The city has its own zany personality and is very dog friendly!”

Speaking of pups, Erin travels with one fur baby, a malti-poo named Chopsticks — a rescue pup she’s had for two years. Erin is an all-around animal lover. She used to ride horses regularly and even owned her own quarter horse named Mocha when she lived in Arizona.

Erin's pup Chopsticks also loves a good adventure!

Erin’s pup Chopsticks also loves a good adventure!

“Travel Nursing has been such a cool adventure,” says Erin. “I like meeting new people and I enjoy the challenge of learning a new flow and getting out of my comfort zone. Traveling forces you to be confident in your skill set and keeps you flexible enough to learn a new way of doing things from others.”

Erin’s tips for how to succeed as a new Travel Nurse?

“Talk to everyone,” she advises. “Most everyone is very accepting of Travelers and wants to help you out and get to know you. Plus, locals know all about the best places to hike, the best dives in town, and the most interesting non-touristy places to visit.”

“My second piece of advice is to ask for what you want, both with the recruiter and the places you will be working. My recruiter (shout out to Erin!) is excellent about always asking what I want and trying to place me in hospitals where she believes I will be happy. The more I tell her, the easier time she has placing me, which results in a better traveling experience over all.”

Congratulations again the October 2015 Traveler of the Month and Rising Star — and thank you so much, Maria and Erin, for all of your hard work and dedication to delivering the best patient care!

Could you be next month’s Medical Solutions Traveler of the Month or Rising Star? Travelers who receive a perfect evaluation from their hospital are in the running for these two monthly awards — with Rising Star going to newer Travelers. Click here to find out what’s it’s all about and to see how you could be the next winner of a $100 Visa gift card and, of course, big-time bragging rights!

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Medical Solutions is Giving Away $8,000!

Medical Solutions is giving away $8,000 to some of your favorite causes!

Medical Solutions is giving away $8,000 to some of your favorite causes!

Last month Medical Solutions asked you to tell us the cause you care most about and why, so we could say THANKS for all your hard work by GIVING to some of your favorite organizations. Now, we are pleased to announce that Medical Solutions will donate a total of $8,000 to four of the causes you submitted!

Each of the nearly 100 causes submitted and the reasoning behind them were inspiring and meaningful — we really wish we could support all of them!

There were definitely trends in terms of the issues addressed by the causes you care most about, and we saw a lot of support for veterans, animals, pediatric cancer, and, of course, healthcare for those most in need.

In the end, our panel of judges chose four organizations benefitting those areas — each of which will receive a $2,000 donation from Medical Solutions in the name of the Traveler who submitted them! Oh, and those four Travelers will also each receive a $50 Amazon gift card to reward them for their kind, giving nature and for bringing these awesome causes to our attention.

Read on to learn about the causes, the people who submitted them, and why these organizations matter to them and so many others!

RAM logoLeigha C., whose Career Consultant is Travis P., submitted Remote Area Medical, an organization that brings medical, dental, and vision care to those in need in poverty stricken areas. She says RAM brings exceptional medical care to the uninsured and underinsured. And she knows firsthand!

“[RAM] sets up in public buildings such as schools in poverty stricken areas to offer dental, medical, and vision assessments to those who cannot afford it otherwise,” wrote Leigha in her submission. “I have volunteered in these clinics, and to see the number of individuals that line up hours before it opens is very eye-opening. RAM is an amazing organization and they offer something here in the states for people who otherwise would not be able to get medical attention.”

Cattaraugus County SPCAJennifer G., whose Career Consultant is Craig K., submitted Cattaraugus County SPCA (CCSPCA), a no-kill animal shelter. She described this as a poor, rural area, leading to the abandonment of many animals. The CCSPCA runs on a shoestring budget and is currently trying to “raise the woof” by collecting enough donations to repair their building’s roof.       

“They take in everything and adopt out everything they can,” wrote Jennifer in her submission. “The animals are treated with love and respect thanks to the fantastic volunteer cohort there. They survive on good will and donations. Right now they are desperately seeking donations for a badly needed new roof. I would love to see them get some extra cash in order to fix their building. They deserve it big time, and because Medical Solutions is so pet friendly, it would be highly appropriate.”

Cure Starts Now Logo-002Erica P., whose Career Consultant is Jessica S., submitted The Cure Starts Now Foundation, an organization fighting to help cure pediatric brain cancer. Erica shared the poignant story of Madelyn, a spunky 8-year-old she knows who was diagnosed with DIPG, a brainstem tumor with a low survival rate, in January 2015.

“The Cure Starts Now Foundation is dedicated to raising money for research in treating pediatric tumors,” wrote Erica in her submission. “For me, hope is essential to life. I cannot, in my right mind, imagine having to tell a child that all hope is lost. I cannot, as a medical professional, imagine telling a child’s parents, through tears, that all hope is lost. We need to do better. These children, these families … they deserve hope, even just a glimmer. The Cure Starts Now Foundation is using money with that very intention and I hope that Medical Solutions would support that intention as well.

WARRIOR_HOCKEY_LOGO_black_background_smallGabriel T., whose Career Consultant is Curt H., submitted Minnesota Warriors Ice Hockey, an organization that bolsters wounded veterans.

“The MN Warriors are very important to me,” wrote Gabriel in his submission. “Starting out with five players, including myself, in 2009 the roster has now expanded to nearly 60, with many more choosing to come to practice time only, rather than set games. The organization is designed to help veterans transition back to civilian life and experience the camaraderie that so many of us miss from our military service. The MN Warriors aim to heal the soul through one of Minnesota’s greatest traditions, hockey. Though they have many players from the current conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan, the roster includes men and women from 23 to nearly 70 years old, ranging in skill level from Junior A hockey, to fresh, new beginners who have never laced up skates. Many players join after a decade off the ice, and find a renewed love for the sport. All players are wounded or otherwise disabled through their military service. Players find confidence, friendship, and a sense of belonging that so many veterans lack. The organization means different things to each player. More than anything, the Minnesota Warriors represent home. They are the primary reason that I know I will return to Minnesota when my traveling days are up. The Warriors are dependent entirely on donations — they pay for player’s gear, except stick and skates, if they do not have it. They provide tournament entrance fees, league entrance fees, and even buses during games that require travel to outstate MN. They also provide ice time, which in hockey-crazy Minnesota goes for $200-$250 an hour in the winter. I ask you to contribute to Minnesota Warriors Ice Hockey because I know firsthand that it makes a difference in veteran’s lives. It introduces new friends and provides a support structure where, for some players, there was none before. It’s part of the veteran’s community. It’s more than hockey, it’s home.”

Thanks so much to ALL of you who shared the cause you care most about with us! We hope that the $8,000 donated across these four worthy organizations will help make a positive difference in the world — just like our Travelers do each day on the job.
To learn about more of the organizations the Medical Solutions Gives team has supported, click here.
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Joint Commission 2016 National Patient Safety Goals

Joint Commission 2016 National Patient Safety Goals

‘Tis the Season: The Joint Commission 2016 National Patient Safety Goals are here!

By Chris Vinton, Medical Solutions Quality Assurance Specialist

The end of the year is my favorite time of all, and it isn’t because of the pumpkin spice lattes, hearing “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer” a thousand times, or hanging out with family. It’s because this is the special time of year when The Joint Commission 2016 National Patient Safety Goals are released!

Why should you care about The Joint Commission’s National Patient Safety Goals? I’m glad you asked!

The Joint Commission is a non-profit organization that works with healthcare facilities throughout the United States to continually improve healthcare and patient safety. Many hospitals, clinics, and staffing companies (including Medical Solutions) strive to maintain their Joint Commission accreditation — and it is no small feat due to the tough standards The Joint Commission sets for hospitals, clinics, and staffing. But these strong standards are a good thing and they mean that every company with The Joint Commission’s stamp of approval is doing their absolute best.

As we share their commitment to quality patient care, Medical Solutions is proud to have been one of the very first healthcare staffing agencies in the nation to be awarded The Joint Commission’s Healthcare Staffing Services Gold Seal of Approval — and, we’ve been continuously certified since!

The Joint Commission’s National Patient Safety Goals are divided into several categories, depending on the facility or clinic, and highlight general problem areas throughout the healthcare field, offering professional, easy-to-implement solutions.

Categories include:

  • Ambulatory Health Care
  • Behavioral Health Care
  • Critical Access Hospital
  • Home Care
  • Hospital
  • Laboratory Services
  • Long Term Care (Medicare/Medicaid)
  • Nursing Care Center
  • Office-Based Surgery

Each category can be read as a full PDF chapter, going in depth about the rationale behind the new goals or more bits of detail about the goal. The “easy-to-read” version is a very basic outline of what the goals are, with each of them listed in a bullet point fashion then a small description is given.

Get in the Holiday spirit this season and check out the “easy-to-read” version of the goals. It’s a very useful guide and takes less than a minute to read. If you want to know the reasons why behind each of the goals, you can read the full chapter. Most chapters are only 10-20 pages and will probably take about 20 minutes to read.

Click here to check out the Joint Commission 2016 National Patient Safety Goals.

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Congrats to September 2015’s Traveler of the Month and Rising Star!

Traveler of the Month Kristi F. explores Nebraska's Henry Doorly Zoo, one of the nation's top zoos.

Traveler of the Month Kristi F. explores Nebraska’s Henry Doorly Zoo, one of the nation’s top zoos.

Many thanks and congrats to the September 2015 Traveler of the Month, Kristi F., and also our Rising Star winner, Danielle D.!

Traveler of the Month Kristi has been in nursing for nearly five years, Travel Nursing for about a year and a half, and is currently on assignment in South Dakota. Shari D. is her Career Consultant.

“My background before traveling was as a float nurse. So, since I’ve been traveling I’ve done a variety of different assignments including med/surg, telemetry, stepdown, float pool, and oncology/transplant,” says Kristi. “I love that I don’t have a single specialty, so I can do and learn so much about so many things.”

Kristi’s favorite assignment so far was in Omaha, Nebraska.

“There is so much to do and see, and I got to watch College World Series,” she says. “It was just a great area and I loved the hospital! The staff was so incredibly nice, and I loved working on the tele/step down floor. It was the first time I had ever worked with post op open hearts, and it was incredible to see and learn all of that.”

Kristi's Adventures in Travel Nursing continue!

Kristi’s Adventures in Travel Nursing continue!

In addition to loving her work, Kristi says she loves all of the possible experiences and new friends she gets as a Traveler.

“The best thing about traveling is that there’s always something different around the corner, and the possibilities are endless,” she says. “The amazing people that I’ve met along the way, and the things that I’ve learned have been great too!”

Gone Fishin': Kristi and crew having a blast.

Gone Fishin’: Kristi and crew having a blast.

Kristi offers several great tips for new Travelers:
1. “Be as open, nice, and outgoing as possible at the very start of the assignment, regardless of how terrified you are. First impressions are pretty important, and if the staff likes you it can help prevent any bad assignments.”
2. “Talk, talk, talk to your recruiter. Be open, and let them know what you do or don’t want. Your recruiter can’t help you get the assignments you want and will thrive in if you don’t tell them what you want.”
3. “That being said, keep an open mind about assignments and be ready to show how skilled you are as a nurse. Also, realize that accepting constructive criticism makes you a better nurse. Realize that each hospital can do things differently; and when someone corrects your way to do things, it doesn’t mean that you don’t know how to do it, you just don’t know how to do it here. Listen, learn, and adapt. If you do that, great things will be ahead of you!”

Rising Star Danielle D., has her BSN, specializes in ER and is currently on her second assignment in Nashville, Tennessee. Bobby J. is her Career Consultant.

“I loved my first travel assignment in Indiana,” says Danielle. “I absolutely loved the staff and doctors along with the whole facility there!”

Danielle travels with what she calls her “gypsy family.”

“My best friend Tia, her husband Trevor, Derek and Michelle who are also both friends are currently on assignment with me in Nashville,” she says.

For Danielle, Travel Nursing is great for personal and professional reasons.

“The best thing about Travel Nursing is all the knowledge you gain by working at different facilities and locations.  Also, the travel and adventure part of seeing cool things around the country is a highlight,” she says.

Any advice for new or aspiring Travel Nurses?

“For new Travelers, I would say to go for it,” says Danielle. “Find an awesome recruiter, a location you’d like to visit, and dive head first. You won’t regret it!”

Many thanks, kudos, and congrats again to the September 2015 Traveler of the Month and Rising Star — and thank you so much, Kristi and Danielle, for all of your hard work and dedication to delivering the best patient care!

Who will be the next Medical Solutions Traveler of the Month or Rising Star? Any Travelers whose hospital gives them a perfect evaluation are in the running for these two monthly awards — with Rising Star going to newer Travelers. Click here to find out what’s it’s all about and to discover how you could be the next winner of a $100 Visa gift card and, of course, bragging rights!

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Let us Say THANKS by GIVING to Your Favorite Cause!

Medical Solutions Say Thanks By Giving

Click here to share what you care about and let us say THANKS by GIVING to your favorite cause!

Travel Nurses give their all every day for patients nationwide, and, as this holiday season approaches, Medical Solutions would like to honor and thank nurses everywhere for all their hard work by supporting some of their favorite charitable efforts.

Throughout 2015 we’ve worked with charities that support kids with serious illnesses, nurses in need, and animals, and that provide clean water to improve health conditions worldwide, among many, many others. Whether through money donated or time volunteered, it’s important to the Medical Solutions family to give back to our community, country, and world whenever we can.

Now, we want you to let us say THANKS by GIVING to some of your favorite causes!

Please tell us: What nonprofit and/or charitable organization matters most to you — and why?

Your favorite cause could be small and local or big and international. It could be a place you’ve personally volunteered, or one that has helped you personally!

Just imagine, if you could help support any charity or nonprofit organization that makes the world a better place, who would it be? Got your answer? Great! Now be sure to submit your cause for consideration before November 30, 2015!

In December 2015 we’ll announce a very special surprise as a result of your submissions, and, in addition to some really great worthy organizations, there just might be a little something in it for some of those who submit their charity, too!

Click here now to share what you care about!

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Pets & Travel Nursing — In a Jimute

As Thanksgiving approaches, promising its annual bounty of good eats and gratitude, I want to share one more thing Travel Nurses can be thankful for!

Last summer we introduced a video series to help Travelers learn more about Travel Nursing — in a Jimute — with industry veteran and funnyman Jim Martin’s series of super-quick and helpful videos.

Learn more this month about pets & Travel Nursing — in a Jimute! Here’s Jim with some important info about traveling with your darling furry felines, cuddly canines, and other animal friends.

Jim’s right — you can absolutely bring pets with you on your Travel Nursing assignment! You will want to make sure that you’re working with a pet-friendly company in order to achieve this and to benefit from the extra help that a pet-friendly company provides.

Because we understand that an assignment just wouldn’t be the same without your beloved pets coming along on the journey, Medical Solutions has been pet friendly from the start. That means we work hard on your behalf to secure comfortable, pet-friendly housing, cover pet deposits for you upfront, provide info on pet training, share pet-related discounts that will help you save, and offer you any guidance that will help you succeed while traveling with your pets. Click here to learn more about Travel Nursing with pets. Just make sure to tell your Career Consultant that you will be traveling with your pet and they will help take care of getting it all set up!

Do you have a question for Jim to answer? If you do, or, if you’d just like to check out some of his other videos, click here to submit your very own Travel Nursing question and it shall be answered — in a Jimute!

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