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Congrats to January 2019’s Traveler of the Month and Rising Star!

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Congratulations to our January 2019 Traveler of the Month winner, John S., and our Rising Star winner, Jacqueline B. (pictured)!

Many thanks and congrats to the January 2019 Traveler of the Month, John S., and also our Rising Star winner, Jacqueline B.!

Traveler of the Month John is an PCU RN, currently on assignment in Dalton, Georgia. John works withCareer Consultant Vince Odorisio.

“I have worked with John since October 2018 and he has been a great addition to the Medical Solutions team,” says Vince. “He puts in his work and completes all of his paperwork/compliance items on time. Great to work with!”

Vince also says he instantly felt a personal connection with John, due to John’s exceptional demeanor.

“After chatting the first time for only three-four minutes, John made me feel like we had been working together all year. He is very easy to talk to and, based on my own experiences, he is most likely very approachable at work with the staff, patients, and the patients’ family members.”

Vince also says John has a lot of great qualities that makes him a natural fit for nursing and traveling.

“I think John is a great RN because he goes with the flow,” says Vince. “Nothing gets under his skin — except maybe the ATL traffic! — and he has a passion for what he does. You can tell that he enjoys nursing and tries to be the best he can possibly be every shift.”

Thanks so much for all of your hard work and commitment to great patient care, John!

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Rising star winner Jacqueline’s “adoring pooch” Athena is such a cutie!

Rising Star Jacqueline is an RN, BSNspecializing in PCU/IMU.She’s been in nursing for five-and-a-half years and has been working as a Travel Nurse for three years. Jacqueline is currently on assignment in Salem, Oregon and works with Career Consultant Mike McSorley.

Jacqueline doesn’t have a favorite location — but only because she thinks they’re all great!

“Honestly, every location has its own spark,” she says. “Your assignments are only what you make them.”

Jacqueline, who shared a pic of her “adoring pooch Athena,” says the ability to travel and see new places is her favorite part of Travel Nursing.

“[The best thing is] being able to see parts of the U.S. I wouldn’t normally get to see,” says Jacqueline. “I love small towns since I come from such a big congested city. I love to eat. I try to find that hole in the wall and get recommendations from the locals. Bacon is life.”

Jacqueline shared some amazing tips for new or prospective Travelers:

1. “Patient population is nationwide, you have to like what you do and embrace it with all its quirks.”

2. “Go with an open mind, body, and spirit. Find what makes each place unique; I always find local art in each location.”

3. “Get along with your coworkers and work as a team. It’s easier to be part of a group than struggle on your own island. OFFER to help whenever you can if you see someone drowning, you will get the same in return.”

Thank you, Jacqueline, for sharing your words of wisdom, incredible work, and dedication to quality patient care!

Congratulations again to the Medical Solutions January 2019 Traveler of the Month and Rising Star! John and Jacqueline, we are so grateful to each of you for your commitment to patient care and Travel Nursing!

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 to see if you could be the next winner of a $100 Visa or Amazon gift card as recognition for a job well done!

About the Author

Hi, I'm Sarah Wengert, a creative content writer for the amazing Medical Solutions based in Omaha, Nebraska. While I'm not a Travel Nurse, I love to travel and I truly appreciate the hard, important work that nurses do. I'm very happy to represent a company that cares so much about its people. Thanks for reading!

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