rn network/ bridge staffing

  1. 0 For those of you who have worked at either agency or have heard +/- things about either please inform me. I have decided to go with one of the two. I would greatly appreciate any comments. thanks
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    nursypoo has '6' year(s) of experience and specializes in 'pediatric neuro/neurosurg/rehab'. From 'St. Louis, MO'; 34 Years Old; Joined Nov '04; Posts: 16; Likes: 1.

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    I worked with RN Network for 1 contract. They were nice, but their pay rates were lower than most and I didn't like their health insurance. But it was a pretty drama- free company
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    I have been with RN Network for 5 years and think it is the greatest. Re their insurance, have had no problems here with that. My husband had quite a bit of dental work, and several office visits with just our copay and quick payments.

    All companies get the same amount of money from the hospitals, and the agency decides what your salary will be. You may get a bit more money with someone else but they may scrimp somewhere else, like housing, benefits, etc.

    My recruiter is always available, and takes care of me very well. They are also JCAHO accredited. Your recruiter is they key to success with traveling. I have heard real horror stories about nurses being told one thing just to get them to an assignment then changing stories mid stream. You have to be able to trust your company and recruiter.

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