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  1. St. Elizabeth's
    The situation was I was being asked to call the POA to get consent for a procedure. POA told me after I asked when I called him that the doctor hadn't actually spoken to him, but that he "trusted"...
    Nov 8, '15
    Forum: Travel Nursing
  2. St. Elizabeth's
    I took a travel position at CHI St. Elizabeth's in Lincoln, NE and for the first time ever I ended an assignment early due to unsafe conditions. Luckily my company and the clinical liasion they have...
    Nov 8, '15
    Forum: Travel Nursing
  3. The Nebraska Medical Center
    Nebraska Medical Center in Omaha, NE....Anyone have any experience or insight with them? good/bad? Thanks!
    Oct 23, '15
    Forum: Travel Nursing
  4. Short-Term Lease in Lincoln, NE
    How did you like it? Were you at St. Elizabeth's? I'm heading there in October
    Sep 2, '15
    Forum: Travel Nursing
  5. First travel assignment
    That is low. Housing in Denver is super high now, and COL is going up. Check out University of Colorado hospital. they have an in house traveler program, pay is $34/hr, and $1450 stipend/month for...
    Aug 24, '15
    Forum: Travel Nursing
  6. Onward Healthcare
    Just wondering if anyone has traveled with Onward Healthcare and had any comments? I'm thinking about going with them for my next assignment.
    Aug 24, '15
    Forum: Travel Nursing
  7. Extra pay if you don't need health insurance?
    Very cool, thank you guys! I knew I'd heard something about it when I travelled before but never paid attention. I appreciate the help!
    Aug 15, '15
    Forum: Travel Nursing
  8. Extra pay if you don't need health insurance?
    Hi all. I'm likely to be getting back out there in the travel world after 3 years at a perm position and have a quick question. Last time I travelled I needed health insurance so this wasn't an...
    Aug 14, '15
    Forum: Travel Nursing
  9. Moving back to Denver with 1 yr NICU Exp.
    University of Colorado hospital is hiring in both the MICU and the Neuro ICU right now...magnet, very good hospital. I've worked in both in my time here, and I love the people in both units.
    May 26, '15
    Forum: Colorado Nursing
  10. Denver
    Check out University of Colorado hospital website. They have an in house traveler program that pay REALLY well, and the hospital is great--Magnet. They treat travelers very well. I actually just...
    May 30, '13
    Forum: Travel Nursing
  11. Favorite Healthcare Staffing?
    I've worked for Favorite per diem before, for about a year as a supplement to my travel job. It was in Chicago, so I did work many of my shifts, more so at peak times like oct-dec. I did get...
    Jan 1, '13
    Forum: Travel Nursing
  12. Where to best snowbird in AZ??
    I traveled to Tucson last year and worked at Tucson Medical Center. The hospital wasn't the greatest, I work ICU and floated a ton, but Tucson itself was amazing.
    Nov 23, '12
    Forum: Travel Nursing
  13. travel nurse contract in CO
    I am currently working at University of Colorado hospital in Denver. They have an in house traveler program. Check them out
    Oct 15, '12
    Forum: Travel Nursing
  14. Denver, CO- anyone there?
    I'm at UCH right now too. they have their own in house traveler program. Go to their jobs page and in the keyword section type traveler. It should pull up the positions available.
    Jul 25, '12
    Forum: Travel Nursing
  15. Ways to get a new recruiter?
    I switched mine with AMN. Just call in to the main number, ask for your recruiter's supervisor's name and ask to be transferred to her phone/voicemail. I left a message that I was unhappy and...
    May 8, '12
    Forum: Travel Nursing
  16. Tucson Medical Center - New Grad Pay?
    I'm a traveler at TMC right now and I have to say, it's been one of my least favorite assignments ever. They are understaffed, even with travelers and agency, they are very hard on their nurses, and...
    Apr 8, '12
    Forum: Arizona Nursing
  17. San Diego pay
    $1500/week takehome? what company are you with? That'd be great, I would take that. I'm finding on the high side, i'm being offered about 1400/week takehome, and that's after taxes/insurance/etc. I...
    Mar 28, '12
    Forum: Travel Nursing
  18. San Diego pay
    Im thinking about taking a job in San Diego an my take home pay will be around $1200/week. Wondering if this is normal or low for the area? Thanks!
    Mar 26, '12
    Forum: Travel Nursing
  19. San Diego
    Hey all, I'm about to accept an assignment in San Diego for Scripps. Has anyone worked for Scripps before? Any tips on good areas of town for housing? Also wondering what the average stipend is for...
    Jan 4, '12
    Forum: Travel Nursing
  20. Travel Nursing Housing
    I always find my own place. I like having the extra money in my pocket and I like being in control of where my place is in relation to work....they can and will house you 30-45 min away if that's...
    Jul 10, '11
    Forum: Travel Nursing
  21. Travel Group?
    I don't know about traveling as a "group" but a couple places I've been, if there are a few travelers we've definately made friends and hung out outside of work. I've got friends in CA, IL, and TX,...
    Jul 10, '11
    Forum: Travel Nursing
  22. Travel Contract Cancelled
    I have a quick question for other travel nurses. I was scheduled to begin an assignment in San Fransisco, at the end of this month. I was told yesterday that the contract was cancelled. I have...
    Jun 7, '11
    Forum: Travel Nursing


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