Travel Nursing News / Blog

  • 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 the August Nurse of the Month, Jill Winn.

  • Fastaff Senior VP of Client Services, Kathy Kohnke, recently joined FOX 2 KTVU in Oakland, CA and the Bay Area, to discuss the  surge in demand for travel nurses. She discusses the increased need for nurses in distater situations, such as hurricanes, widlfires, and coronavirus. Watch the segment below.

  • Fastaff travelers are experienced, fearless, and ready to hit the ground running in a moment’s notice. Now, more than ever, they’ve inspired us to raise our own level of excellence. And that includes our own brand logo.

  • Name: Jess Dusing

    Years with Fastaff: Four

    Q: What do you love about recruiting for Fastaff?

  • As the COVID-19 death toll continues to rise, travel nurses are continually being called to assist. NBC Nightly News speaks with Fastaff travel nurse, Grover S., currently on assignment in a Florida hospital. Thank you Grover, and all of our travel nurses, for your courage and resilience during these dire times.

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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 exemplifies the Fastaff values. Read below to learn more about the July Nurse of the Month, Adelaide Brannan.

  • Senior Vice President of Fastaff, Kathy Konhke, joined The Brian Mudd Show, hosted in Florida. They discuss the 'Southern Wave' of COVID-19, where states like Florida, Texas, Mississippi, Louisiana, Arizona and California are currently experiencing a surge in cases.

  • Lauren Pasquale Bartlett, VP of Marketing at Fastaff spoke on KAHI Radio 104.5 FM | 950 AM in Sacramento, CA to explain how travel nurses are assisting in the reopening of professional sporting events. Listen to the clip below.

     

  • As we figure out what the ‘new normal’ looks like during COVID-19, nurses and medical professionals are in a unique position.  Their bravery, rapid response, and medical training have made them indispensable in our society. As some courageously fight on the front lines of coronavirus, medical needs are now needed in positions that...

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