Marketing wiz. Has her finger on the pulse.Paul S.
Alice is a hard worker, team player, easy to get along with.
Jason is absolutely amazing, very helpful and goes above and beyond to make sure his client is happy. I really appreciate him. He's a very understanding, prompt and respectable young man. Thanks Jason .Pamela T.
Always there when needed!! Checks on me frequently to make sure everything is going well!!Tara M.
Very methodical. Always ensures things are done properly.Paul S.
Varee is always open to providing feedback and helping to solve problems. She is a true example of teamwork and professionalism.Chelsea I.
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.
He is very helpful in the office when there are any IT problems and always willing to diagnose the situation.Donna W.
Being new to travel, my 1st assignment from start to finish was a little shakey. It definitely could have turned into a very terrible experience for me if it wasn't for Kristina. Her finesse, professionalism, accountability, and determination to set things right empowers & encourages me to continue my growth within HPC. Her following up and open communication is heart warming and is further testimony to her dedication and compassion. The transition from my 1st assignment on has only gotten better. Thanks HPC!! And most of all, THANK YOU SO MUCH KRISTINA!Toshiba E.
Vicki has done so much for me. I do not feel I would be having as great of a first travel experience if it wasn't for her. I am so thankful. She is a great communicator and I trust that I can come to her with anything. I know she will always be there to help me out and has my best interest in mind.Renee W.
Donna is extremely helpful and is great at making things timely.Joby H.
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.
Calm, cool, and collected. Handles problems with ease and produces results.Paul S.
Jeff is a great person. He always advocates for me and has my best interests in mind. He is an invaluable employee. He works hard for me and I am very happy to work with him.Julie B.
Nichole is always helpful and timely.Cynthia H.
Cindy is such a kind and helpful person! She always comes to work with a positive attitude and is willing to do what it takes to get her candidates credentialed.Chelsea I.
I love Rose!Sherry A.
Always find me assignments generally, where I want to be. Very fast placement!
Sara HallPioneer Medical Center
Health providers choice is an excellent company to work with. Jeff is friendly helpful and meets my recruitment needs. I. He sends me excellent candidates; I have been very impressed
Colleen CordnerCrittenton Hospital
Always Kathy is the best, and so communicative, helpful, does thoughtful things, and bonds with me over my pup and remembers important life events which makes the personal relationship just awesome. She’s easy to deal with and delightful to know. And super professional.
Julie ForsbergHENRY FORD HOSPITAL SYSTEM
From neonatal nurses to geriatric nurses, demand for nursing specialties is at an all-time high. It’s only going to get more difficult to fill specialized positions, which means now’s the time to kick off a travel nursing career if you’ve got special accreditations. Not only do specialty nursing positions pay well, there’s also a diverse pool of destinations and facilities seeking help. It’s a great way to put your special skills to work in a new and exciting environment.
Getting off on the right foot at your new facility is a great way to set the tone for a positive travel nursing experience. But with a lot of unknowns in front of you, anxiety may take over. The key in presenting yourself as a cool, confident, friendly individual is to approach your assignment with optimism. That approach and these 10 tips can help put you in positive position with your new co-workers.
The idea of flipping through a contract isn’t the most appealing. But if you’re about to sign on to a travel nursing assignment, you’ll need to read your contract in its entirety. Everything you need to know about your assignment is in there, and it’ll help you set expectations and get prepared for the job ahead of you. Here’s what you need to know about reading your contract.