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Congrats to Medical Solutions’ 2014 Traveler of the Year, Service That Inspires, and Recruiter of the Year Award Winners!

Medical Solutions is very lucky to have lots of amazing Travelers and Recruiters working with us. So when one of our internal or external team members wins recognition, you know they are truly the best of the best.

With that said, we want to say a HUGE thanks and congrats to Medical Solutions’ 2014 Traveler of the Year, Service That Inspires, and Recruiter of the Year Award Winners! Here’s a little bit about each of our winners:

Traveler of the Year

Medical Solutions Travel Nurse Jimmy C.

Traveler of the Year, Jimmy C., out exploring while on assignment.

James “Jimmy” C. is our amazing Traveler of the Year! Jimmy was the October 2014 Traveler of the Month, and he was chosen from the best of the best — our 11 other Traveler of the Month winners from 2014. (Travelers who receive a perfect hospital eval are eligible to win a Traveler of the Month award, and Traveler of the Year is later chosen from that pool of 12 monthly winners. Click here to learn more about the Traveler of the Month program.)

Jimmy is an ICU RN currently on assignment at a facility in the Bay Area — where we recently surprised him by announcing his win and catering in lunch for him and his team to celebrate. He was also awarded an iPad Air and a $50 Amazon gift card.

Jimmy’s Career Consultant Mike Leising has tons of great things to say about him and is his work, but in summary he says that “Simply put, Jimmy is the man!”

“I have been a recruiter for many years and I can honestly say Jimmy is one of the best of I have had the pleasure of working with,” says Mike. “We have come to know and trust each other, which is extremely important in this industry. He is a fantastic RN and gets rave reviews from patients and the staff! He is reliable, professional, hardworking, passionate, and has about a dozen other positive attributes that I could add to the list.”

Click here to read more about Jimmy.

Service That Inspires Award Winner

Medical Solutions Traveler Jenna H

Service That Inspires winner Jenna H., hanging out with her husband Adam, while on assignment in Arizona.

Jenna H. is Medical Solutions’ first-ever Services That Inspires Award winner! This award is meant to honor a Traveler who exemplifies our mantra — Service That Inspires — by providing superior patient care and overall inspirational service within their field. Career Consultants nominated Travelers for this award and it was so difficult to choose from the many excellent and deserving contenders.

Jenna is a CST (currently working as a CVOR Tech in Kentucky) who’s been with Medical Solutions since 2011 and is very passionate about working with us. She’s been in the medical field for 15 years and a Traveler for nearly seven years. We surprised Jenna with balloons, flowers, and a tray of sweets for her and her team, in addition to an iPad Air and a $50 Amazon gift card.

Jenna travels with her “wonderful” husband Adam and their “spoiled rotten” mini pinscher, Dixie. She loves getting to see new places and meet new people, and her favorite location so far has been Colorado.

“The hospital was wonderful, with great surgeons and co-workers,” she says. “My husband and I made life long friends there and can’t wait to go back someday. We also have family there as well.”

When it comes to Travelers who are just starting out, Jenna has some great tips for how they can succeed.

“Well, I work by the saying ‘When in Rome’ or do as they do,” she says. “I go into every new assignment with a completely open mind and willing to learn anything and everything.”

She also advises fellow Travelers to make a point to get out and see the area their assignment is in.

“When I find out where I’m going I look up fun facts and things to do in the area or state, and at least try to do one or two of them,” she says, adding, “Let each assignment be a chance to grow as a person and as a medical professional.”

Jenna’s Career Consultant Melissa Kersten says she is an exemplary employee, who is well-spoken and has a pleasant demeanor.

“Jenna has always been extremely professional, dependable, and someone I can count on to do anything that I ask of her,” says Melissa. “She even reaches out and acts as a mentor to other Travelers to make sure they are doing alright and offers encouragement, guidance, or feedback to hospital management if needed.”

Facilities she’s worked at have called her a hard worker, dedicated to her craft, extremely reliable, positive, attentive to detail, and one even said they’d clone her to fill all of their tech positions if they could!  

Medical Solutions Recruiter of the Year

Congrats to Recruiters of the Year, Stephanie and Geri!

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Medical Solutions’ two Recruiters of the Year for 2014 are Stephanie Balkovec and Geri Koehler. We let our Travelers’ nominations help determine who would win these honors and we received 226 Recruiter of the Year nominations, which just goes to show how much Travelers love

We let our Travelers’ nominations help determine who would win these honors and we received 226 Recruiter of the Year nominations, which just goes to show how much Travelers love all of our awesome Career Consultants!

Check out these videos of Geri and Stephanie being surprised with their Recruiter of the Year awards:

What travelers said about Geri K, recruiter of the year!

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what a traveler said about their recruiter of the year, Stephanie b!

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Thanks so much to ALL of the 2014 winners and nominees. Travelers, your hard work and dedication to superior patient care is absolutely inspirational to us! And Career Consultants, thanks so much for everything you do to help our Travelers find amazing jobs and build great careers.

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3 Million Dollars Paid in Traveler Loyalty Bonuses

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Loyal Travelers have us feeling like 3 million bucks. Thank you! Click here to find out about your loyalty bonus.

Whoa, that’s a lot of zeros and a lot of awesome Medical Solutions Travelers. What can we say, your loyalty makes us feel like 3 million bucks!

Medical Solutions has reached a major milestone — hitting 3 million dollars paid in Travel Loyalty Bonuses since the program’s inception in 2012.

Such a huge number can be hard to wrap your head around, but we totally get how it got so big. Medical Solutions Travelers are the best of the best. Your hard work, excellent patient care, and willingness to travel where you skills are needed the most make you worth every single million. We love to celebrate and reward your work ethic, and the Loyalty Bonus Program is just one way to recognize you!

The best thing about the Loyalty Program is how easy and straightforward it is. For every 600 hours worked with Medical Solutions, you’ll receive a $600 bonus. That’s it — no red tape, no muss, no fuss!

You don’t even have to sign up or keep track of your own hours. All of our Travelers are automatically enrolled in the Loyalty Program and your hours toward the Loyalty Bonus are tracked throughout the year. Of course, you can “keep score at home,” so to speak, via your weekly pay statements.

Another factor in how Traveler Loyalty Bonuses reached 3 million dollars since 2012: There is no limit to the number of Loyalty Bonuses each Traveler can claim! Again, for every 600 hours you worked with us, you get $600. So once you reach 600 hours and get your bonus, the clock resets putting you back on track to get your next bonus.

Three million adds up to a lot of loyalty from our Travelers. It thrills us to know that so many of you are happy to work with us again and again. We are perpetually honored to serve you. Here’s to the next 3 million dollars paid in Traveler Loyalty Bonuses!

Click here to read more about Medical Solutions Loyalty Program, and to find out how you can make easy, extra money just by being one of Medical Solutions’ amazing Travel Nurses.

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8 Great Travel Nursing Locations for 2015

The beginning of a new year is full of promise and excitement. As you settle into 2015, with awesome resolutions, goals, and hopes in tow, there is no better time to consider where you want your Travel Nursing career to take you this year. And I mean literally: Where do you want to go?

Start mapping your year out now, with our list of 8 great Travel Nursing locations for 2015:

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California is a classic Traveler destination for good reason. Within the Golden State you can find everything from beaches to ski slopes, relaxation to pulse-pounding excitement. Hollywood, Napa Valley, Tahoe, Big Sur, Catalina Island, Redwood National Park, Yosemite, Golden Gate Bridge … plus world-class dining, shopping, museums, and so much more. Also relevant, as much of the nation shivers in their mittens: The amazing southern California climate.

Click here to check out Travel Nurse jobs in California.

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So you wanna mess with Texas this year. Step right up! The Lone Star State has a lot of great jobs and so much to do that you’re sure to have an amazing time on your days off. Feast on authentic BBQ and Tex-Mex cuisine throughout the state. Lay back and relax on one of Texas’ gorgeous beaches. Check out Austin, the national capitol of weird, where breakfast tacos and live music reign supreme. Take a stroll on the famous San Antonio River Walk. Have an astronomical time at the Space Center in Houston. Oh, and don’t forget The Alamo!

Click here to see Texas Travel Nursing jobs.

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If 2015’s got you in a New York state of mind, you’re in luck. Jobs for Travelers are almost as plentiful as the many awesome attractions. New York City is its own beautiful beast, featuring many of the nation’s most beloved attractions, such as the Statue of Liberty, Empire State Building, Central Park, Broadway, Museum of Modern Art, Radio City Music Hall, and so much more. Many vacationers feel like they simply can’t do it all in one trip, but as a Traveler in the area for a few months you’ll get the chance to do and see it all, while also getting to know the true, day-to-day beauty of The Big Apple. If cities aren’t your thing, there are also plenty of great job opportunities in gorgeous Upstate New York!

Click here to see Travel Nurse jobs in New York.

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Most Travelers have Hawaii on their bucket list. Is 2015 your year to say Aloha to the islands? The 50th state is famous for its amazing beaches, dramatic volcanoes, exotic plants and trees, stunning landscape, and overall island appeal. Hawaii really is otherworldly, and even though you’ll be working, you can enjoy a more slow-paced existence here and soak it all in. But it’s not all ukuleles, leis, and luaus, the natives have strikingly deep and profound connection with the land — one you’re sure to adopt after spending a few months here. Since it is such a popular spot for Travelers, jobs can be less plentiful here than in other states, but you can still plan your way to a dream vacation — I mean, assignment — in this beautiful paradise of the Pacific.

Click here to check out Hawaii Travel Nursing jobs.

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Georgia

I wouldn’t be surprised if Georgia’s on your mind … many Travelers want to explore job opportunities here. The Peach State is chock full of beaches, swamps, forests, parks, history, and Southern charm! Visit famous attractions like World of Coca-Cola, Georgia Aquarium, Stone Mountain, and Centennial Olympic Park. Take in a Braves, Falcons, or Hawks game. History buffs will love to check out the old-world feel and quaint architecture of cities like Savannah, Georgia’s oldest city and home of one of the largest National Historic Landmark districts in the U.S. And seriously, do eat a peach — there’s nothing like ’em!

Click here to see Georgia Travel Nursing jobs.

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Missouri is a great choice for an excellent Midwest adventure. With friendly folks and a laidback appeal, the Show-Me State has lots in store for Travelers. Kansas City is home to the Royals, Chiefs, Nelson-Atkins Art Museum, Worlds of Fun, famous BBQ and other great dining, shopping, and culture. St. Louis boasts the Rams, Cardinals, Gateway Arch, Anheuser-Busch Brewery, the quirky City Museum, a thriving jazz scene, and tons more! Don’t forget Lake of the Ozarks, Silver Dollar City, Branson, and Missouri’s many other awesome spots.

Click here to check out Travel Nurse jobs in Missouri.

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This Washington D.C. neighbor is as unique as it wonderful. The Free State offers access to all of the history and excitement seated in “the District,” like The White House, Lincoln Memorial, Smithsonian Museum, National Mall, Capitol Building, Washington Monument, Vietnam Veterans Memorial, Madame Tussauds, Tidal Basin, Washington National Cathedral, National Zoo, and so very much more. Beyond that, Baltimore’s Inner Harbor is a great waterfront area with the National Aquarium, and tons of shops, restaurants, parks, museums, and more. Plus, Maryland is home to some historic and breathtaking State Parks, and you can explore other parts of the east coast on your days off.

Click here to check out Travel Nurse jobs in Maryland.

Washington

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The Evergreen State is very popular with Travelers, perhaps because of its combination of rural and urban beauty — in addition to great job opportunities. City centers like Seattle offers everything you could want in an urban oasis: amazing shopping, dining, art, history, music, and culture. Visit the famous Pike Street Market, the original Starbucks, Space Needle, Chihuly Garden and Glass, Seattle Great Wheel, The Fremont Troll, Gasworks Park, and more. Take an unforgettable ferry ride to other points around the Puget Sound. And, if you’re the outdoorsy type you’ll be happy as a clam here, with Olympic National Park, Mount Baker Highway, Mount Rainier National Park, North Cascades Scenic Highway, Mount St. Helens National Volcanic Monument, and so many other great opportunities to revel in gorgeous Pacific Northwest nature.

Click here to check out Washington Travel Nursing jobs.

Did these 8 great Travel Nursing locations for 2015 leave out your ultimate 2015 destination? No worries, there’s plenty more to choose from. Click here to search by state, specialty, and/or job title to find your perfect adventure.

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Congrats to November 2014’s Traveler of the Month and Rising Star!

Travel Nurses on The Price is Right

Traveler of the Month Jon G. and friends having a ball on the set of everyone’s favorite game show, wearing T-shirts that read: “I’ll be your nurse if … The Price is Right.”

Many congratulations to our November Traveler of the Month, Jon G., and also our Rising Star winner, Kristi R.

Traveler of the Month Jon is an RN specializing in ICU/ER who is currently on assignment in San Francisco, California. Jon’s been in nursing for two and a half years, and started his career as a Travel Nurse in April 2014.

“The best thing about travel nursing to me, is the friendships and connections made along the way with the staff and patients,” says Jon. “Being able to travel, see new cities, and meet new people is an added bonus I cherish.”

But, while he makes new friends, Jon also keeps the old. He travels with a friend/coworker whom he’s worked with for as long as they’ve both been nurses.

Travel Nurse Jon G

Jon takes a ride through the gorgeous terrain near his location.

He can’t choose a favorite location because, he says, “Each location has made an impact on my life and I’m appreciative of the opportunity.”

“My advice to new travel nurses would be to accept each assignment as an opportunity to grow as a person and a nurse, to be confident in your passion to provide the best patient care no matter what, and enjoy each adventure,” he says.

Excellent advice, Jon!

Rising Star winner Kristi R. is an RN specializing in ER/Trauma and psychiatric nursing. She’s been a nurse since July 2012 and is currently working in a great facility in southern Minnesota — her very first travel job!

“I was planning on traveling for a while — I love it!” says Kristi.

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Kristi and her “incredible” husband Matthew.

But, when we got in touch with Kristi she and her “incredible” husband Matthew had just gotten the fabulous news that they’re expecting!

“So we will be taking some time off after this assignment,” says Kristi, who’d already extended her contract from two to five months. “My wonderful husband and my dog Bear Bear do come visit, but mostly I go home to Nebraska on the weekends to visit them.”

To Kristi, the best things about Travel Nursing are meeting amazing new friends, plus learning so much about nursing and herself.

“It’s amazing how much you can grow in a short time,” she says.

She also calls travel nursing a dream job with a dream schedule.

“You can take as much time off as you want and go wherever you want,” says Kristi.

Kristi advises newbies to find an affordable place to live so they can “maximize their amazing salary.”

“Hotels can get really expensive, so doing some sleuthing before you head out is a must,” she says.

Kristi also recommends that if you have a family you stay closer to home.

Travel Nurse Kristi R

Awww. Congrats Kristi and Matthew!

“You can have a family and drive only a few hours, and the financial gains are amazing,” she says. “You can travel with any situation and totally rock it!”

Finally, Kristi says, always keep a good, open communication with your recruiter, who should always be there to listen and take the best care of you. She says her “rockstar” recruiter Travis is her “BFF.”

“He is amazing and truly cares,” says Kristi.

Thanks so much Jon and Kristi, for being such amazing Travel Nurses and for providing excellent patient care nationwide. We truly appreciate everything you do!

Could you be the next Traveler of the Month or Rising Star? Travelers who receive a perfect evaluation from their hospital are in the running to be awarded Medical Solutions Traveler of the Month or Rising Star! Click here to find out what’s it’s all about and if you could be the next winner of a $100 Visa gift card.

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Clinical Corner: Online Certification Courses

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Find out why travel nurse companies and hospitals alike prefer — and sometimes require — certifications be earned with a hands-on skills evaluation component.

By Joe Bryowsky RN, Alumnus CCRN

There are numerous online agencies that offer both initial certification as well as renewal of various healthcare certifications, however not all courses and certification cards are acceptable by Medical Solutions standards. The majority of hospitals also do not accept online certifications either. The reasoning for this is that online courses lack the hands-on portion of what would be considered an acceptable course, as they are conducted totally online. Acceptable certification courses can be completed partially online, but will also have a mandatory skills evaluation in front of a qualified instructor.

Why is the hands-on skills analysis with a qualified instructor so important? An instructor is able to observe, assess, and, if needed, correct the candidate at the very same time that skills are being practiced and performed. The instructor is also able to answer any questions as they arise. Online courses do not offer any of these important steps. Online courses can only offer feedback in the form of right or wrong answer.

Lastly, hands-on skills practice and evaluations also teach and promote the concept of teamwork. It is rare, if ever, that a healthcare worker will face a code or any other emergent situation alone.

A few years ago I was speaking with the CNO of a large Level 1 Trauma Center, and I asked him why accepting only certifications from courses that required hands-on skills testing was important and required for his nurses. His answer was quite simple yet very thought-provoking:

“Imagine your teenager comes to you and says, ‘I just finished learning how to drive a car through a course I took online. I passed all the tests with flying colors and even earned this certificate. Can I take your car for a spin now?’”

Then he asked me, “Would you hand him the keys?”

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How NOT To Travel Nursing Videos: Making Housing Requests

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Click here to find out how NOT to make housing requests!

In 2014 Medical Solutions released a new video resource series for Travel Nurses — our How NOT To Travel Nursing Videos.

We think learning should be fun, so we’ve paired a brief, funny video that shows how a Travel Nurse should definitely not approach a specific part of Travel Nursing with an article that offers great tips on how you actually should proceed to excel in the industry and conquer that same situation in awesome, professional style.

This month we’re featuring “How NOT to Make Housing Requests.”

Housing is a super important factor of the overall success of your travel assignments. While you may be far from your hometown, you should still be able to find a pad that feels like home and allows you to enjoy your down time while on assignment. If you’re taking housing through your company, it’s very important to effectively communicate your needs in terms of furnishings, utilities, pets, size, safety, and other special requests.

Check out the video below and then click here to read the article on How to Make Housing Requests

How Not to Make Housing Requests from Medical Solutions on Vimeo.

You can find all of the How Not To Travel Nursing Videos here in our Travel Nursing Resources section.

As always, we love to hear from you! Please share any suggestions for future How NOT To Travel Nursing Videos in the comments.

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Deck the Halls!

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Deck the halls wherever you are this holiday season!

A wise person once said, “Wherever you go, there you are.” At Medical Solutions we say, “Wherever you go, there your holiday spirit is!”

Click the image below to download and print three seasonal ornaments from your friends at Medical Solutions. You can print them in color if you like our palette, or, to personalize them, you can print in black & white and decorate them yourself.

And be sure to read our blog, How to Make Your Location Home for The Holidays, for more tips on getting into the holiday spirit while on assignment.Medical Solutions Travel Nurse Tree Ornaments

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How to Make Your Location Home for the Holidays

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Being on assignment over the holidays doesn’t have to mean a blue Christmas!

On assignment and far away from home this holiday season? Don’t let that make you any less merry. Check out these tips for Travel Nurses on how to make your location home for the holidays — and however you decide to celebrate the season, may your days be merry and bright, and may all your travel adventures be a delight!

Do As the Locals Do

Get out and experience the holiday traditions of your current location. Take in a parade, a tree-lighting ceremony, or a holiday lights tour. Find out what local museums, zoos, theaters, and other such cultural hotspots are doing to celebrate the holidays, and you are sure to find a bounty of fun (and sometimes even free) events. Buy gifts from local merchants and artists and export them to friends and family back home — they’ll love getting something so unique that’s not available in your hometown.

Get in the Spirit

Remember that even though you may be far from home, for the most part you can still indulge in your usual, favorite holiday activities — even if that means a little tweaking here and there. Do you always look forward to Aunt Sally’s annual cookie party? Buy a bag of flour, crank up the Christmas tunes, and bake up a big batch of cookies — then share them with your co-workers or neighbors. Love to decorate? Just because it’s not your permanent address doesn’t mean you can’t deck those halls! Even if no one will see it but you, don’t let that stop you from going on a tear with the tinsel or creating a masterpiece of pine. Click here to download and print your very own Travel Nurse tree ornaments. Not into Christmas trees? Hang them in your locker, on your front door, or rearview mirror to get in the spirit.

Volunteer

Whether you volunteer your time or money, getting out and giving to those in need is a great way to get in the holiday spirit. If you’re longing for home, volunteering can help get your mind off of that for a little while. And, while it’s true that you already give so much every day on the job, working with, giving to, or serving people in need is also a great way to gain valuable perspective and give even more to community you’re working in. Contact local shelters and charities, or visit VolunteerMatch.org to find the right opportunity for you.

Celebrate with Others

Just because you may be flying solo on assignment doesn’t mean you have to be alone for the holidays. You could organize a holiday meal or gathering for fellow Travelers. Model it after The Gypsy Nurse’s Thanksgiving gatherings for Travelers and use the power of social media to bring people together, or, simply post a notice at your hospital and/or others in the area and wait for local Travelers to come out of the woodwork.

You could also be a special guest star at someone else’s holiday gathering. Accept invitations from colleagues and new friends in the area. You may not be with friends or family from back home, but you can still feel like part of the family.

Another way to celebrate with others from afar is to have yourself Skyped or FaceTimed into your family and friends’ holiday shindig. Make them pass you around so you get a chance to see everyone — it’s the next best thing to being there.

Or Don’t!

Maybe you are just more of a solo artist! If all you want for Christmas is some me time, create your own new, self-contained holiday tradition. Make a delicious meal for one (or treat yourself to take out), grab a bottle of wine, make an ultra-cozy blanket fort, and have a holiday movie marathon. Home Alone, anyone? Some other classics for marathoning include Scrooged, A Christmas Story, Love Actually, It’s a Wonderful Life, and, of course, National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation.

Happy Holidays from your friends at Medical Solutions!

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Congrats to October 2014’s Traveler of the Month and Rising Star!

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Congrats to October 2014’s Traveler of the Month, James C., and Rising Star, Nina O!

Congratulations to our October Traveler of the Month, James C., and also our Rising Star winner, Nina O.

Traveler of the Month, James, whose specialty is ICU, has been a nurse for more than three years and a Travel Nurse for just under one year.

He is currently on assignment in the beautiful northern Bay Area of California, which is his favorite location so far in his travels.

“I’ll be renewing my contract because I love the nurses that I work with there,” he says. “Feeling like I’m part of a team really matters to me.”

Aside from loving his location and colleagues, James says he grown a lot as a nurse and as an individual in his time as a Traveler.

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Traveler of the Month, James C., out having fun on assignment.

“The best thing about Travel Nursing is that it’s really taught me how to adapt to nearly any situation,” says James. “Even though it’s been a short time, I feel like I’ve grown so much while learning how different hospitals and regions operate.”

James offers three great tips for succeeding in a career in Travel Nursing: “Always communicate with your recruiter, travel light, and make sure you have time for fun and exploration wherever you are.”

Rising Star, Nina, has been working as a Certified Surgical Tech for what she calls “eight wonderful years,” and is about 6 months into her career as a Traveler. She travels with her cat Roxy, who makes an excellent travel companion.

“The changing people, places, and experiences are what I love about traveling,” says Nina.

Her favorite location thus far has been in Cincinnati, Ohio.

“The amazing people I worked with were why I liked it there so much,” she says.

Nina’s tips for new or prospective Travelers?

“Go in with a positive attitude every day,” she says, adding, “It is only three months, so spend it wisely.”

Thanks so much James and Nina, for being such excellent travelling healthcare professionals and for providing awesome patient care across the nation. We truly appreciate everything you do!

Could you be the next Traveler of the Month or Rising Star? Travelers who receive a perfect evaluation from their hospital are in the running to be awarded Medical Solutions Traveler of the Month or Rising Star! Click here to find out what’s it’s all about and to see if you could be the next winner of a $100 Visa gift card.

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Get Social with Medical Solutions

Medical Solutions Travel Nurse visits the Jefferson Memorial One of the most rewarding things for our internal team at Medical Solutions is being able to interact with all of our excellent Travelers. We love it when Travelers stop by one of our offices to say hi and we get the chance to shake their hands and thank them — like when Barb H. visited us in Omaha and we got to surprise her with the Traveler of the Month award.

Aside from face-to-face meetings, it’s also super fun to be able to follow the adventures of our Travel Nurses via social media, and we really enjoy the chance to connect via Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, YouTube and Pinterest. We love getting to know you all in this online way, and when you hashtag your posts #medicalsolutions it’s even easier for us to see your posts and live vicariously through your many amazing adventures. For three great examples, check out the posts from Medical Solutions Travelers that we’ve included in this blog.  Medical Solutions Travel Nurses

 

It’s a well-known fact that Medical Solutions Travel Nurses provide excellent patient care across the nation, so we love it when you send pics or share statuses about your very important work. Outside of the unit, it’s also really cool to get to know that so many of you are not only talented healthcare pros, but also mountain climbers, scuba divers, foodies, sports fans, pet lovers, and so much more — and that very often you’re out there sharing the fun with friends, family, and coworkers.

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Want to share your Travel Nurse adventures and get to see those of your peers? Be sure to follow, friend, fan, and like us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube and Pinterest. In addition to tales of adventures in Travel Nursing, you’ll also find awesome tips, tidbits, memes, and news across our social media channels.

Whatever social media platform you’re on, check the #medicalsolutions hashtag to get to know some of your fellow Travelers — and don’t forget to file your posts with #medicalsolutions to share all the fun from your exciting Travel Nurse assignments.