Which agencies are the best? - page 3

Does anyone know which agencies are ok to work for? Since all my problrms I am very leary to work for any of them, so if some one could stear me in the right direction I would be ever so grateful... Read More

  1. by   kitcat3968
    Quote from lilredrose
    I am an LPN and I am looking for traveling positions does anyone know of any agencys that work with LPN's. And how are they to work for. Thanks R.
    I know Favorite Nurses has traveling LPNs. Check them out. I applied on-line a few years ago and am still working with them. Good Luck. Cathy
  2. by   buildingmyfaith57
    i have worked only agenices so far and i really like working for them. i really the places i was assign to. but i felt that they favor their clientis and listen to their clients more then their own staff. just like the other post says check out more than one.
  3. by   buildingmyfaith57
    i have worked only one agenices so far and i really like working for them. i really the places i was assign to. but i felt that they favor their clientis and listen to their clients more then their own staff. just like the other post says check out more than one.
  4. by   lgnurse20
    If anyone is near chicago AMR pronurse is the best agency around here.
  5. by   soulful
    hi all,

    any good agencies in st. louis? thanks...s.
  6. by   NrsJena
    As an LPN- I have worked for Maxim in Canton, OH and signed with MSN out of Akron. Loved Maxim- never took a single call from MSN.They would call for shifts I had already taken with Maxim or call for something way far out of my area. I actually work for Maxim doing homecare now.
  7. by   rnaffah
    What about Long island in NY or Cleveland in Ohio,can you tell me which agencies are the best?
    Reema
  8. by   julesar272
    I have found that Maxim is the agency that treats me the best. I have great schedulers and they make me feel like I am valued as an employee. That is something that I think is key in choosing an agency.
  9. by   shesa353
    Hey All,
    I've worked for a few agencies in MD. Check out Ascerta Health Staffing at ascertahealth.com. Great people, very responsive, good rates, knowledgable about the current market and the industry overall. They offer an easy online application process too. Best of luck to all!
  10. by   sea to sky
    CALIFORNIA AGENCY!
    I am considering to start working for an agency called Medi-Lend Nursing Services based in Oakland, CA... They do however staff in southern CA aswell(RN, LVN, CNA's) out of Long Beach, UCLA, USC etc. I have not started working for them so I cannot give you more details yet.

    I was actually wondering if anyone has heard of them(MEDI LEND). They offer great pay. $600 for a 12 hour shift, and double time after 12. The best part is that half that income is not taxable since they pay it as a housing fund... If anyone has heard of them pls give me some feedback.
  11. by   Annie2005
    I'm in Wisconsin and have been reading all the threads I can about agency nursing. I'm having problems finding staff nursing positions where I am for LPN's for whatever reason and currently am out of a job, and in need of having a job soon. I had my resume up on various sites and Ally Staffing Partners called me and I have an interview with them tomorrow afternoon. I was just wondering if anyone has heard of them or worked for them (even if it's not in Wisconsin). I have seen Maxium's name come up a few times, but here in Wisconsin they haven't really gotten good responses (or so I have heard), however I do think it depends on the person's wants and needs.

    So far they told me that they would offer a range between $25-$50/hr (but this wage also includes RN's, which I am not). The lady I talked to said we will go into what agency nursing is and what I can expect from them. I'm hoping this is a good sign and this means they are going to be detailed.

    Any advice, suggestions, stories?
  12. by   kidzrn3
    I work for Medix in the Chicagoland area and the staff has been wonderful. They work hard to find the type of work you want and don't pressure you into taking a shift that you do not want to work. I have worked with other agencies and I like them the best.
  13. by   newlvngrad
    So you never worked staff anywhere?? You just went straight to agency after graduating?? Thinking of doing the same but wasnt to sure if that could really work out.

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