Travel Nursing News and Blog

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    The Coronavirus, officially named COVID-19 by the World Health Organization, has gripped the globe. As a nurse or travel nurse, we encourage you to stay updated on the latest news in order to protect yourself and provide quality care to your patients. Here’s the latest information on the pandemic, including how it’s spread, how to...

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    Fastaff CEO, Bart Valdez, was interviewed by Seattle radio show, KOMO News Radio on the rapid increase of open travel nurse positions during the COVID-19 pandemic and the struggles they faced. Listen to the segment below.

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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. 

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    Judy K. Recognized by Aimee S.

    Now as most hospitals do with trying to prevent the outbreak of COVID-19, the ICU does not allow visitors for these patients. When they are declining in heath drastically, the family is called and allowed to see them from behind their ICU door; they aren't allowed inside the room in order to...

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    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."

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    The Coronavirus, officially named COVID-19 by the World Health Organization, has gripped the globe. As a nurse or travel nurse, we encourage you to stay updated on the latest news in order to protect yourself and provide quality care to your patients. Here’s the latest information on the pandemic, including how it’s spread, how to...

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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. 

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    Judy K. Recognized by Aimee S.

    Now as most hospitals do with trying to prevent the outbreak of COVID-19, the ICU does not allow visitors for these patients. When they are declining in heath drastically, the family is called and allowed to see them from behind their ICU door; they aren't allowed inside the room in order to...

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    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."

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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.

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