It’s Flu Season! Top Prevention Tips for Travel Healthcare Professionals

October 14th, 2014

The fall and winter are a tricky time of year for healthcare workers. It’s a constant battle to keep yourself in your best health to attend to those who rely on you for care. This is especially true for travel nurses, as you will almost certainly spend a portion of your day taking care of […]

Job Trends in the Medical Industry This Fall

October 3rd, 2014

If you work in the healthcare industry, congratulations! Due to aging Baby Boomers and the Affordable Care Act, you’ll enjoy plentiful employment in 2014 and beyond. Also, certain healthcare industry trends are shaping the types of healthcare currently needed by American patients, and the job functions required of healthcare workers. Healthcare employment: overall job outlook […]

Hitting the Road? Make a Smooth Transition for Your Family

April 18th, 2014

It can be hard for travelers and their families to say goodbye when the traveler heads out on an assignment. Read below for some tips on how to make this transition go as smoothly as possibly for everyone. See if you can arrange to Skype, FaceTime or otherwise speak to your family members via video […]

7 Reasons to Take a Travel Nursing Recruiter’s Call

April 14th, 2014

You are a nurse who loves the work. You’ve no desire to leave your employer. You’ve no desire to change things up. Then you get a phone call from a recruiter with a healthcare travel company. At first you’re inclined to not take the call, but before doing so, read below for seven reasons you […]

What Does Your Online Presence Say About You?

March 11th, 2014

If you’re about to look for a new job – whether it’s as a healthcare traveler or a permanent, full-time job at a hospital or medical facility – you must check out your online presence. Why? Because you want to make sure you’re putting the proverbial “best foot forward” when it comes to what people […]

Travel Nursing and Compassion Fatigue

February 14th, 2014

As a nurse, you are dedicated, caring and involved with your patients. The very factors that make you an good nurse can lead to burnout as you face pressure to take on increasing workloads while providing excellent patient care. The Center for Disease Control (CDC) notes that healthcare workers are expected to deal with everything […]

U.S News Ranks Nursing as 2012 “Top Job”

April 10th, 2012

You always knew that nursing was a great career and the Bureau of Labor Statistics as well as U.S. News and World Report have been reporting so for several years now. Healthcare positions often top the charts of “best jobs.” This year is no different as once again lists nursing as the number 1 […]

Top Job Opportunity – A Review of a Current MedPro Job Destination

March 1st, 2012

Travel nursing can take you places—this week we’re highlighting a top destination with ample opportunities available for MedPro candidates: Colorado. For cities large and small, here is the scoop on things to see and do on your latest adventure: Denver First up is Denver: the capital and most populous city in the great state of […]

Not Happy With Current Travel Healthcare Assignment Location?

February 13th, 2012

How to Address Issues with Your Healthcare Staffing Agency So you’ve packed up and headed out on an exciting new assignment—chances are you’re acclimating well, taking in your new surroundings, and getting to know your co-workers and patients. But every once in a while, you may encounter unforeseen problems, or—worst-case—find yourself stuck in an assignment […]

MedPro’s Top Travel Healthcare Blog Posts of 2011

December 28th, 2011

As we wrap up 2011 and get ready for 2012, we decided to look back at our top blog posts from this year. It’s our privilege and pleasure to provide you with the tools and tips you need to reach your career goals. Whether you are a travel therapist or a travel nurse, we are […]