Archive for December, 2006

The next level of GPS – a must travel nurse tool

The next level of GPS – a must travel nurse tool

When you’re working a travel nursing job one of the most enjoyable parts is being able to explore new parts of the country. Well, coming in early 2007 that will be even easier with the first ever Internet connected GPS system, Dash Express. Now, not only can you find the closest gas station, but you can […]

By December 31, 2006 0 Comments Read More →
A must link for travel nurses

A must link for travel nurses

For anyone who travels a lot, i.e. travel nurses, 10best.com is a site you must bookmark. It offers an insider’s view into over 440 major cities with travel guides and the chance to talk with others who have visited each city. The list is completely unbiased because no company pays to be listed, it is […]

By December 26, 2006 0 Comments Read More →
An exciting letter from one of our travel nurses

An exciting letter from one of our travel nurses

I got this e-mail from one of our travel nurses. I think it’s pretty cool. The level of caring that nurses provide is so awesome. Thanks Susan.  DEAR JEFF: HERE IS A BRIEF SYNOPSIS OF WHAT HAPPENED OF FLIGHT #482 AMERICAN AIRLINES FROM ALBUQUERQUE TO INDIANAPOLIS. DAN, MY FIANCE, KEVIN, MY GRANDSON, AND I, WERE ON […]

By December 20, 2006 0 Comments Read More →
Here are a few more safety tips to keep in mind for your next travel nursing job

Here are a few more safety tips to keep in mind for your next travel nursing job

Just a few things I didn’t think of when it comes to staying safe while you travel. Thanks Yahoo.

By December 12, 2006 0 Comments Read More →
Tips for winter driving to your next travel nursing job

Tips for winter driving to your next travel nursing job

Travel nursing is an exciting career, but it shouldn’t be dangerous. With the heart of winter around the corner it’s important to be smart when you travel. This involves making sure your vehicle is winter ready and taking some simple precautions to ensure your safety. The first step is getting your vehicle ready to go: […]

By December 10, 2006 0 Comments Read More →