Opinions of O'grady Peyton agency - page 3
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- 0Jul 11, '07 by pizzaloverHi,
I am not a nurse yet and waiting to start my access to nursing course in September,but once qualified as a RN wish to work in US.Browsing on the net I have found the name of two agencies but I am not sure if they are any good,and I am not even qualified yet to contact them.
Hope this helps some of you looking for agencies.The best of luck to all of you.
Please would you let me know,if they are any good.Thanks.
- 0Oct 18, '07 by Silverdragon102 AdminQuote from instant mamiHave you tried a search on them here in the site. They have a very high cancellation fee and plenty has been discussed in the UK forumis o grady peyton that bad?? Im a nurse from the Phil. I recently attanded their Orientation.. The Agency seem to ok..
- 0Sep 17, '10 by anamicai agree with you all...really they are unfriendly..In my situation they even advised me to stay away from family to be in acute care settings so that I will be marketable for them..I have already enrolled with them and now finding no way to get away from OGP. Is anyone ever tried to break the contract with OGP??
- 0Oct 18, '10 by oktravelnurseI am a US citizen. Worked for OGP as a traveler in Calif. Had completed the assign. and had just signed an extension when I had medical problems and was unable to finish extension. (I later had to have foot surgery). I informed them immediately, was trying to pack up as quick as possible and they expected me to be out of housing the next day. They told me if I wasn't working they were not making money and I was lucky I got that much notice. They are the worst, sent mgmt to my room the next day beating on the door saying I had to get out. Would never work for them or any of their sister companies again!