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  • Fastaff nurses are rewarded and recognized for the experience, skills and dedication they bring to each travel nursing assignment. This nurse is someone who exemplifies the Fastaff values.

    Read below to learn more about January's Nurse of the Month, Shelley Archuletta: 

    Specialty:

    Labor and Delivery. 

  • Fastaff nurses are rewarded and recognized for the experience, skills and dedication they bring to each travel nursing assignment. This nurse is someone who exemplifies the Fastaff values. 

    Read below to learn more about January's Nurse of the Month, Elena Kiseleva:

    Specialty:

    I am a medical surgical/oncology...

  • As the pioneer and industry leader in Rapid Response® travel nurse staffing, Fastaff has delivered quality nurses in 10 days or less for more than 25 years.

    At this year’s ACNL Conference on February 6th, be sure to visit us at Booth #106 to learn more about our opportunities for travel nurses and for a chance to win a set of...

  • When you find a Fastaff travel assignment you want, it can be hard to know where to begin. Should you start by researching the location of your next assignment? Should you apply immediately? What do you need to prepare for an assignment once you’ve applied? No matter the question, we’re here to help you through the process.

  • It’s been a fairly easy process so far. You applied for a travel nurse assignment, you were interviewed, you were offered a job, and you just received your travel and housing details. As you’re packing and preparing for your new adventure, you might start wondering about the city you’ll call home for the next few weeks. Is their...

  • Finding the time to slip a little relaxation into your everyday life is essential while you are on a travel nursing assignment. When you have time to rejuvenate and revitalize, your patients benefit as well.

    Below are three simple ways to reduce stress, and refresh your mind and body.

    Prioritize Time to Relax

  • You dedicate much of your time and energy to your patients and profession. While nothing can truly repay you for the daily treatment and care you provide, we're committed to rewarding you with the highest pay in the industry. Check out these tips for managing the extra money in your pocket and making the most of it.

  • We believe that for all you give to your patients, it's crucial to your wellbeing to take time to refresh, relax and recharge. Since taking vacation is one of the healthiest things you can do for yourself, below we’ve shared some ways to make sure you get the most out of yours.

  • Working as a travel nurse often means surviving late nights, long days, and spending the holidays away from your family and friends while caring for others. Fortunately, you don’t have to dread the holidays if your schedule separates you from loved ones.

    Follow the tips below to truly enjoy the holidays even if you’re not...

  • Diabetes and prediabetes affect a large portion of Americans. If you are one of the 30-40% of Americans who show signs of prediabetes, it's not too late to make a change. Take charge of your health and you will take charge of your life. 

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