Travel Nursing News / Blog

  • As some healthcare professionals courageously fight on the front lines of coronavirus, medical needs are now needed in positions that were previously nonexistent. One in particular is temperature checking for the public, like professional sporting events.

  • Fastaff VP of Marketing, Lauren Pasquale-Bartlett joined Fox Sports Radio 'Taking Dead Aim' with Charlie Nance to describe recruiting nurses and medical personnel for dire situations, such as emergency response and coronavirus.

  • Fastaff VP of Marketing, Lauren Pasquale Bartlett joined Miami Sports Radio - 1230 The Zone 940 WINZ, to describe how Fastaff nurses conduct temperature screening checks at professional sporting events.

  • Fastaff VP of Marketing, Lauren Pasquale Bartlett, was interviewed on Memphis sports radio station AM 560 87.7 FM. They discuss what professional sports may look like in our 'new normal' with COVID-19, including the importance of having contingency and crisis management plans in place.

  • Fastaff Travel Nursing was on the ground at eight professional sporting events across the country this June, providing onsite healthcare including temperature checks in a joint effort to reopen sports safely.

  • Fastaff's Director of Clinical Services, Karen Fountain, MSN, MBA, and RN, joined AM Tampa Bay to discuss her experience in New York City during the coronavirus outbreak. They also discuss COVID-19 Testing & Prevention Tips.

  • Two Fastaff Travel nurses, Shannon R. and Deana J., currently on assignment at a healthcare facility in Arizona, appeared on a segment for ABC Nightline.

  • 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 June Nurse of the Month, Michaelle Streeter.

  • Fastaff Senior VP of Client Services, Kathy Kohnke, was recently featured on the Los Angeles radio station, KNX-AM. In the two news stories, she discussed the struggles our travel nurses faced during the peak of the coronavirus pandemic in March and April 2020.

  • There is no room for injustice, inequality or intolerance in our company, in our communities or in our country. As we all struggle to make sense of the current events happening in our country, I am inspired by the commitment of our U.S. Nursing and Fastaff nurses, a diverse community of healthcare heroes, as an anchor for how we can...