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  • All of us at Fastaff Travel Nursing want to wish nurses and all healthcare professionals a very happy Nurses Week 2020. We can never thank you enough for your sacrifices. You are the reason we do what we do. Your continuous dedication to high-quality patient care reminds us all how truly special healthcare professionals are. 

  • Judy K.

  • Wendy M.

    Recognized by Chad M. 

    My wife Wendy responded [to COVID-19] without hesitation! She asked me what I thought. I said, "If God is sending you then go! If you cannot find peace to stay home then, I support you to go because I know you are in God's hands."

  • Kalisa M 

  • We're continuing our Nurse's Week celebration by recognizing healthcare heroes. We invited you to share their story of bravery during the pandemic, and the submissions we received were awe-inspiring.  We are honored to share them with you. We'll be posting incredible stories and recognizing healthcare heroes over the weekend. Be sure to check...

  • For Nurses Week, we commemorate all the brave and selfless healthcare workers around the world. For this year’s celebration, we invited you to recognize a healthcare hero and share their story of bravery during the pandemic. The submissions we’ve received are awe-inspiring and we are honored to share them with you.

  • Nurses Week is typically a roaring celebration around the Fastaff office. But this year, we’re speechless. It’s hard to find something that adequately displays our gratitude for healthcare workers. Your continued selflessness and dedication to high-quality patient care during the COVID-19 pandemic reminds us all how truly special healthcare...

  • Bart Valdez, CEO of Fastaff Travel Nursing and U.S. Nursing Corporation, has a special message for our nurses and healthcare professionals during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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  • For Nurses Week, we commemorate all the brave and selfless healthcare workers around the world. For this year’s celebration, we invited you to recognize a healthcare hero and share their story of bravery during the pandemic. The submissions we’ve received are awe-inspiring and we are honored to share them with you.

  • Nurses Week is typically a roaring celebration around the Fastaff office. But this year, we’re speechless. It’s hard to find something that adequately displays our gratitude for healthcare workers. Your continued selflessness and dedication to high-quality patient care during the COVID-19 pandemic reminds us all how truly special healthcare...

  • Bart Valdez, CEO of Fastaff Travel Nursing and U.S. Nursing Corporation, has a special message for our nurses and healthcare professionals during the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • This year more than ever, the entire world is seeing just how selfless and brave nurses truly are. Nurses are courageously running to the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic through this unparalleled time in history. Every nurse is a hero ⁠— in our eyes and in the eyes of citizens across the globe.

  • By Bart ValdezCEO, Fastaff Travel Nursing & U.S. Nursing Corporation

  • We want nurses' stories to be a part of what’s remembered when we look back on the COVID-19 outbreak in years to come. That's why we asked our nurses who are currently on the front lines saving lives to share their experiences. We are in awe of your courageous drive and dedication to high-quality patient care. Thank you to all nurses during...

  • Colorado nurse staffing firms work to supplement health-care providers during coronavirus

    Jensen Werley Reporter, Denver Business JournalMar 16, 2020, 3:12pm MDT

    One of the chief concerns with the novel coronavirus crisis is that health-care systems will be overwhelmed, with more patients than health-care staff can serve.

  • During this time of widespread uncertainty, all of us at Fastaff Travel Nursing are working to ensure our nurses are taken care of as they continue to selflessly and tirelessly exude high-quality patient care during a time of crisis. Thank you for being the first to serve for patients and communities affected by COVID-19.

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