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Travel Nurses and Per Diem Nurses from all over the United States count on Nightingale. They know that each nursing assignment that they are offered will suit their personal interests and skills. Take a look at snapshots of four travel nurse professionals who have joined our family of travel nurses and per diem nurses.If you're interested in working for a company that prides itself on providing personal attention and a higher level of satisfaction to its travel nurse employees, please call us today toll-free at:
Maryann has been a med/surg nurse for over thirty years. As a divorced mother of two grown children, she now has the freedom and flexibility to let Nightingale's travel nursing jobs take her to parts of the country she has always wanted to explore. Nightingale's traveling nurses enjoy private housing, so Maryann is able to have her children and friends stay with her during weekend and holiday visits.
Elizabeth was a full-time ICU nurse before her son, Tyler, was born. During his school year, she works various per diem nursing jobs at the local university hospital to accommodate his schedule. During the summer, she brings Tyler to her parents' home so that he can spend time with his grandparents, cousins, and other family while Elizabeth is on her per diem nursing assignment at a hospital in her hometown.
Judy's husband, Bob, retired last year from teaching, but that didn't stop her from continuing to work as a traveling operating room nurse. By taking travel nursing jobs each fall and winter in Florida, they are able to enjoy a semi-retirement lifestyle together. Bob plays golf and volunteers in a local literacy program, while Judy fills the need that many hospitals have for seasonal nurses to accommodate their changing travel nurse staffing requirements. Although she is working, Judy still finds time to join Bob for golf and spend time visiting children and grandchildren.
Jim has been a traveling nurse predominantly working in Telemetry units since 2003. By taking travel nursing jobs with Nightingale, he is able to request pet-friendly housing so that he can bring his dog with him on travel nursing assignments. He loves sports, spending the winter months in his home state of Colorado snow boarding, and the summer months in coastal cities where he surfs and wake boards.