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Fresh Accommodations for the Fearless Traveler (Housing Blog)

It takes an adventure seeking attitude to become a true traveling healthcare professional. Does moving from one location to another excite you? This off the beaten path lifestyle has a lot of trade-offs, but the reward is worth it! Ultimately you are in control of where you go, what you earn, and what job to take. Change of scenery and work environment can be good for the soul of a free spirited nurse, therapist, or physician. Now, where will you rest your head while on these travel assignments?...

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Leanne Leuterio 6/21/2017 Comments(0)

Travel Therapy Jobs With Growing Facilities

Position Title: Physical Therapist Position Type: Full-time Contract Job Duration: 13 Weeks Job Category: Physical Therapy PT Practice Setting: Skilled Nursing Facility Job Location: Albany, GA Start Date: ASAP Position Title: Speech-Language Pathologist Position Type: Full-time Contract Job Duration: 13 Weeks from start Job Category: Speech-Language Pathology SLP Practice Setting: Skilled Nursing Facility Job Location: Oroville, CA Start Date: ASAP Position Title: Physical Therapist Position Ty...

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Leanne Leuterio 4/10/2017 Comments(0)

Housing FAQ For Traveling Therapists, Nurses, and Doctors

National Staffing Solutions’ very own Housing Dept. specializes in securing accommodations in short time frames with impeccable service. We handle all the arrangements so that you can focus on your first day of work once you arrive at your new assignment. Your happiness inside and outside of work is important to us. While you are searching through our job opportunities, be sure to communicate with your recruiter about any preferences that pertain to Housing. Every travel healthcare company...

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Leanne Leuterio 4/3/2017 Comments(0)

Healthcare HR Week 2017 - Company Core Values

Human Resources is at the heart of every organization, especially in Healthcare. A HR Professional’s role starts from the acquisition process and continues throughout the duration of employment. The happiness of every individual employee is very crucial to the success and thriving culture of a company. From good to difficult times, Healthcare HR Professionals help heal the people who help heal others. That is why a Healthcare HR Professional is the greatest advocate of a hospital or facili...

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Leanne Leuterio 3/13/2017 Comments(0)

Friday the 13th Hospital Superstitions

Are you the kind of Nurse that knows the difference between a full and new moon? On every floor of a hospital, you’ll find that Nurses know what superstitions are held towards certain circumstances. When there’s a full moon, it’s guaranteed that the unit will be full and you will be short staffed for the shift. These occurrences are unexplainable except for the fact that some forbidden actions or objects lead to unfavorable events. So if you’re a new Nurse working at the ...

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Leanne Leuterio 1/13/2017 Comments(0)

New Years Resolutions For Any Healthcare Professional

Tick…Tock… This is the sound of the year going by. It's time to reflect on all of this years accomplishments as past increases and the future recedes. Tick Tock Day urges us to make the most of this last week to complete those tasks that can be finished. If you are spending your holiday away from home, we understand that completing a last-minute task list isn’t so simple on assignment. So why not give yourself a New Year’s Resolution that you can truly keep with you anywh...

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Leanne Leuterio 12/15/2016 Comments(0)

Longest Night for Locums and Travelers – The Winter Solstice

The winter solstice marks the longest night and shortest day of the year for those who live in the Northern Hemisphere of Earth. This point of the year is when the Northern Hemisphere is leaning the most away from the sun. Above the Arctic Circle, there is 24 hours of darkness. Meanwhile, the Southern Hemisphere and Antarctic are bathed in sunlight. If we offered healthcare staffing services across the globe, I'm sure plenty of you would be migrating to the warmest hemispheres throughout the yea...

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Leanne Leuterio 12/14/2016 Comments(0)

How Housing for Travel Nurses and Therapists Work in Your Favor

So you’re about to embark on a new journey in your healthcare career? Not many professionals get the chance to switch up their surroundings every few months with ease. This is only successful when you find the right agency that you can trust throughout your traveling years. The initial process can be daunting with credentialing, obtaining new state licenses, and preparing all documents for your first or new assignment. The first step is to decide on the right opportunity and facility type....

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Leanne Leuterio 12/6/2016 Comments(0)

Influenza Immunization: 7 Reasons Why You Should Now!

You can spread the flu even if you don’t get sick - 20 to 30 percent of people who carry the influenza virus never experience flu-like symptoms. - Young, healthy people especially need to get vaccinated because they often get infected and never know it. - Babies under 6 months can't get the flu shot, yet they are way more susceptible to influenza than you are. It's available everywhere and is cheaper than ever before! - It's easier than ever to find a flu vaccine. Most of the major drug st...

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Elijah Gil 12/1/2016 Comments(0)

10 Faces of a Nurse

Nurses we know how sometimes you just want to scream at the top of your lungs. The exterior reactions and inner monologues of your day in the life are like no other. Sometimes a good laugh at yourself is the best medicine to have, even for a nurse. Here some situations you may have faced in your time and the reactions you may have. let us know if you can relate and tag a friend! : 1 When your friend says "Nursing seems like such an easy job." 2 When someone asks you "Is that's your doctors steth...

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Elijah Gil 11/29/2016 Comments(0)

Chaos Never Dies For Travelers

Chaos is everywhere because schedules change, plans shift, unexpected tasks come up, and even contracts get cancelled. It switches forms every little bit to give you something different to deal with. Do you feel like when things are calming down, something always seems to come along and disrupt your path? Chaos Never Dies Day exists not so much as celebration, but a day to embrace the essentially random nature of everything and take time to live in the moment. Majority of our travelers are happy...

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Leanne Leuterio 11/8/2016 Comments(0)

Living Your Dreams: 6 Tips for Landing Your Ideal Travel Healthcare Job

If you’re looking to begin a steadfast career that still enables you to partake in both adventure and variety, then you might consider becoming a traveling healthcare professional. By now you probably already know that despite a fluctuating economy, the healthcare industry is one of the few career fields that is still hiring at a growing rate. Because medical professionals are in such high demand, there are often shortages in ample areas across the country. This is why traveling healthcare...

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Keauna Campbell 9/27/2016 Comments(0)

6 Tips for Traveling with Vestibular Diseases

National Balance Awareness Week The vestibular system includes the parts of the inner ear and brain that process the sensory information involved with controlling balance and eye movements. Vestibular disorders, therefore, are ailments of the body’s balance vestibular system within the inner ear. Often times these disorders have a severe impact on one’s ability to experience the adventure of travel. Here at National Staffing, we believe that no disorder should hinder someone from mai...

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Keauna Campbell 9/15/2016 Comments(0)

4 Things Everyone Should Know About Self-Improvement

National Self-Improvement Month Sometimes BIG changes start with small shifts. Here at National Staffing, we’re incredibly passionate about personal growth, and the pursuit of exposing our team to ample opportunities that expand their horizons. In honor of National Self-Improvement Month, here are some simple changes that you can make today, to improve your health, productivity, and happiness. Shift #1 – Start Walking: Instead of watching Netflix during your 15-minute break at work, ...

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Keauna Campbell 9/12/2016 Comments(0)

Advantages of a Master Service Provider

Highly reputable healthcare staffing agencies are often trusted as the Master Service Provider MSP , a single-point contact that manages staffing vendors. The department director Therapy, Nursing, and other clinical titles deals with many internal staffing requests that are often unpredictable. In this situation, large companies hire part of their workforce as contractors. The process of bringing these temporary Physical Therapists, Occupational Therapists, Nurses, and Doctors on-board is very c...

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Leanne Leuterio 7/18/2016 Comments(0)

The Luck of the Location

Location. Location. L ocation! That's one of the most exciting parts about becoming a traveling Physical Therapist, Occupational Therapist, Speech-Language Pathologist, Physical Therapy Assistant, or Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant! Finding the perfect first or next assignment can be a lengthy process for you and your recruiter. Here are the four important factors to think over before accepting a travel assignment: 1. Dream Destination The shores of Hawaii are calling your name! Think o...

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Leanne Leuterio 3/16/2016 Comments(0)

Tips for Dating a Traveler

If you would like to share your travel assignment experiences with National Staffing Solutions, please email Marketing@NationalStaff.com We have Recruiters for Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Speech Language Pathology, Nursing, and Advanced Practice that are knowledgeable in the industry and are determined to creating a lasting relationship with you while working with us....

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Leanne Leuterio 2/12/2016 Comments(0)