Calm, cool, and collected. Handles problems with ease and produces results.Paul S.
Kristina works very hard and goes above any beyond to offer her insight and share her experience with other team members.Jeff K.
She is an employee that will go that extra mile and offer assistance to make the office run smoothly.Carol D.
Rose is always really honest and always does her best for me and takes care of any problems I have.Julie F.
Donna pays great attention to detail! She is very effective and does whatever she needs to in order to get the job done.Jeff K.
My recruiter, Carol, has been excellent and has helped me every step of the way. She contacts me enough that I know of she's there for me without being overwhelming. Any question that I've had she has answered, most of the time within the day!Crystal M.
Varee is always open to providing feedback and helping to solve problems. She is a true example of teamwork and professionalism.Chelsea I.
Jason is most likely to be known as the office jokester. Even so, he exhibits true professionalism in his role, and dedication to helping his candidates find placement.Chelsea I.
Jeff doesn't hesitate to take time out of his busy day to answer a question or help with a task. He is a great leader who is committed to the growth of HPC!Chelsea I.
Works hard and efficently to meet all her deadlinesLauren B.
Chelsea is very supportive and has always been very helpful and timely.Mary H.
Bryan is a tech expert!
She will go to bat for you. She knows how to negotiate and will make sure you get the best deal.Paul S.
Nichole is great. She is so friendly and patient!Scott S.
She has done everything to help and support me with a somewhat difficult assignment! I have been a travel nurse for 20 years and she is the best recruiter ever!Paula W.
Lauren's knowledge and experience in the staffing industry is a huge asset to HPC. She is always willing to help, even if it means stepping outside of her department.Chelsea I.
Very diligent! Nina is very effective in her day to day operations and makes work easier for everyone else in the organization!Jeff K.
You all have treated me very well. Enough but no too much communication. The little touches of letters and gifts are also appreciated!
Kadee CereceresTsehootsooi Medical Center-Medefis
great follow-up and support from staff.
Julie BowlesHFHS HENRY FORD HOSPITAL SYSTEM
Deon HemingwayBeaumont Royal Oak Hospital
Your hours and shifts are being cut, and you get the feeling you’re no longer needed at your assignment. You’re officially in a low census situation. What can you do to remedy the situation? Is there any repercussion for terminating your contract? Here’s what you need to know about this rare but real situation.
At some point in your travel nursing career, illness or personal emergency will likely require you to call off from work. However, in the travel healthcare industry, missing a shift has different repercussions than it does at a permanent job. There are certain factors you want to take into account before calling off a shift as a travel nurse.
Travel nursing is a wonderful experience. But every health care facility you end up at is different. Learning to adapt is part of the job, and most of the time it works out fine. But occasionally, you might end up with an assignment that’s just not working. In these cases, your recruiter can help explain how to best move forward.