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Congrats to December 2018’s Traveler of the Month and Rising Star!

Many thanks and congrats to the December 2018 Traveler of the Month, Quincy H., and also our Rising Star winner, Ivy P.! 
Traveler of the Month Quincy is an RN specializing in critical care, currently on assignment in New Orleans, Louisiana.
Three cheers each for our latest Traveler of the Month winner, Quincy H., and Rising Star winner, Ivy P.!

Many thanks and congrats to the December 2018 Traveler of the Month, Quincy H., and also our Rising Star winner, Ivy P.!

Traveler of the Month Quincy is an RN specializing in critical care, currently on assignment in New Orleans, Louisiana. He’s been in nursing for seven years and traveling for about six years. Quincy works withCareer Consultant Michelle White.

“After my first travel assignment I discovered what I love the most about Travel Nursing, which is the ability to be the boss of myself,” says Quincy. “I’m able choose not only the city and state, but the hospital I want to work at. Travel Nurses are able to choose what time of the year they want to work. You also meet so many different people and expand your knowledge of various cultures.”

Quinn, who travels with his fiancé, says his most memorable travel assignment so far was in Santa Clara, California.  

“The staff was awesome, not to mention the perfect location near the Bay Area with beautiful scenery, beach, and mountains that have seasonal snow,” he says.

Quinn says his unique ability to adapt to any situation or circumstance has been very important to his success as a Travel Nurse. He also shared these great tips for other Travelers.

“A few tips from an experienced traveler to a beginner traveler: Have flexibility, be open-minded, kind, and don’t be afraid to speak up when something doesn’t feel right,” he advises.  

Thanks so much for your hard work and great advice, Quincy!

Rising Star Ivy is an ER RNcurrently on assignment in Ottumwa, Iowa. She’s been in nursing for three years and traveling since October 2018. Ivy with Career Consultant Bill Thomson.

Ivy is known for smiling often, which makes her a great fit in the sometimes-challenging field of healthcare because she keeps the level of optimism high! Ottumwa is her first Travel Nursing job and she says the best thing about traveling is keeping things fresh.

“[I enjoy] meeting new people, new environments and new challenges,” says Ivy.

Ivy offered the following advice to new and aspiring Travelers: “Be open-minded and unafraid to ask questions and express concerns.”

Thank you for all of your hard work and dedication to quality patient care, Ivy!

Congratulations again to the Medical Solutions December 2018 Traveler of the Month and Rising Star! Quincy and Ivy, we are so thankful to each of you for your dedication 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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