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agency nursing in jax,fl

hello every body, we moved here in jax last feb and now im ready to go back to the nursing work force.since i have a 2 year old daughter plus husband is always away, i am thinking of applying to a nursing agency so i could get to choose my hours and still prioritize my daughter..can u refer me to a good nursing agencies in jax?..and what do you guys do if you have a toddler and have no one to rely on to for baby sitting?..i also dont like her spending much in a daycare..any ideas?..thanks for whatever you can pitch in..

hello every body, we moved here in jax last feb and now im ready to go back to the nursing work force.since i have a 2 year old daughter plus husband is always away, i am thinking of applying to a nursing agency so i could get to choose my hours and still prioritize my daughter..can u refer me to a good nursing agencies in jax?..and what do you guys do if you have a toddler and have no one to rely on to for baby sitting?..i also dont like her spending much in a daycare..any ideas?..thanks for whatever you can pitch in..

Hi there. I actually graduated out of Jacksonville. I lived in Orange Park. I worked in the NICU at Shands Jax. It was an awesome experience and now I am living in California as a travel nurse in the NICU. I have a 3 year old and a 1 year old son and my Navy retired husband I travel with. When my mom could not care for my babies anymore I found this wonderful woman that lived off of Collins Road that did a wonderful job with my babies. She is highly recommended. There is an agency out of Jacksonville Beach called PRN or something like that. Look in the phone book under nursing, agency nursing. You will find them. They are typically in the magazine, Healthcare traveler. They are also online. Look under travel nurse or agency nurses on line. Let me know if that helps.

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