6 Event-Finder Apps to Use While on Assignment

June 9th, 2014

Eventbrite Designed for an iOS or Android phone, this app is modeled after the website of the same name. Eventbrite allows you to locate events worldwide, access maps and directions, and—after you buy tickets—check into events using a QR code on your phone. Eventbrite is your one-stop-shop for fun! Events Finder Similar to Eventbrite, this […]

Top November Job: Operating Room Nurse in Boca Raton, Florida

November 20th, 2012

Winter’s coming and if you’ve ever dreamed of leaving your Boston or Minneapolis home to live and work in sunny and warm Florida for 13 weeks, check out this great opportunity for an operating room nurse in Boca Raton, Florida. The assignment is for 13 weeks for the PM shift in a Boca Raton hospital. […]

Top Physical Therapy Programs in the U.S.

June 29th, 2012

If you’re considering a job as a physical therapist, good for you! PTs help people recover from injury or illness so that they may manage any pain and restore/improve movement. The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLSL) notes that the median salary for a PT in 2010 was more than $76,000. As for job growth, the […]

Travel Nursing Questions: How Much Experience Do You Need?

June 26th, 2012

Working as a travel nurse can be an exceptionally exciting, rewarding and financially smart career choice. And, while many newly minted nurses look forward to such a career, most –- as in just about all – travel nursing staffing services and their client medical facilities require that someone who wishes to be considered for travel […]

Selecting a Travel Healthcare Employment Agency

June 22nd, 2012

If you want to travel and if you’re a nurse, physical therapist, occupational therapist, speech therapist or pharmacy professional, you’re in great demand at hospitals and medical facilities all over the country for short-term (minimum of 13 weeks) assignments. If this career interests you, you’ll need to register with one or more staffing services that […]

Top Traveling Job Opportunity: OT in Boise, Idaho

May 15th, 2012

If you love hiking, skiing, the mountains and if you’re an experienced occupational therapist, check out this traveling OT position we now have open in Boise, Idaho. You’ll have to contact us to get more information on the medical facility, but here’s a bit of information on Boise that’s sure to pique your interest in […]

Increase Your Hireability by Learning a Second Language

May 11th, 2012

Not only is the need for skilled healthcare workers growing in the U.S., but so is the need for those professionals to be bilingual. According to Minority Nurse Magazine, just two percent of all RNs in the U.S. are of Hispanic/Latino heritage. And, even if non-Hispanic healthcare workers speak Spanish, cultural differences still can make […]

5 Locations to Consider for Your Summer Travel Assignment

May 3rd, 2012

One of the great benefits of working as a travel healthcare professional is the opportunity to choose where you work and when. Are you a native of Connecticut tired of East Coast winters? Check out jobs in Florida or Arizona. And now, with the summer fast approaching, why not find an assignment on the coast? […]

Finding Housing When on Assignment

May 1st, 2012

When you work as a travel healthcare professional for MedPro and you’ll have two choices when it comes to housing: You can choose to live in the apartment we find – and pay – for you while on assignment. These are apartments in safe areas near your assignment facility. They’re usually furnished and include amenities […]

Top Online BSN Degree Programs

April 27th, 2012

If you’re a working RN and are thinking of earning a bachelor of science in nursing (BSN) degree, read our tips below for great information on the top online BSN programs. Many working RNs want to earn a bachelor’s in nursing due because opportunities tend to be greater for those with the BSN, according to […]