Travel Nursing News / Blog

  • After the year our healthcare professionals have experienced, it’s safe to say you’ve more than earned this week of honor and recognition for all that you do. Your willingness to go to the front lines on a COVID-19 travel assignment to care for patients in their most vulnerable hour is an honorable display of bravery and selflessness...

  • Fastaff ICU traveling nurse, Grover S., has been on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic for over a year. Today on the TODAY show, he shares his experiences.

  • 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 April Nurse of the Month, Tiffney Daley.

     

  • The more state licenses you hold, the more opportunities you’ll have to earn higher pay and enhance your career.

  • Anthony Lopez, Vice President of IT at Fastaff, joins the Modern CTO podcast this week. In the episode, they discuss leveraging your strengths as a company and managing time when unexpected events arise. He also provides an insightful look at the technology that powers the travel nursing industry.

  • Kathy Kohnke, Fastaff Senior Vice President of Client Services, was recently published in the ColoradoBiz Magazine.

  • 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

  • Detriot’s NPR show, CultureShift, recently interviewed, Lydia M., a skilled Fastaff travel nurse. With the episode dedicated to a reflection on a year into covid, they were interested in Lydia’s experiences treating patients and what can be learned from a nurse’s perspective going forward.

  • Fastaff CEO, Adam Zoia, spoke with Denver Business Journal about its recent acquisition.

  • U.S. veteran and travel nurse, Grover S., discusses the emotional toll COVID-19 has taken on healthcare professionals as we hit the one year anniversary of the pandemic in the United States. In the interview with Joy Reid, they discuss the caring and dedication needed to tend to patients during the pandemic.

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