Carol maintains weekly contact with me, which is an important aspect to me. Checking on my progress is most helpful in meeting the standards of the facility.Linda W.
Always open communicationJudy C.
Kathy has been very helpful and patient. During my first assignment she helped guide me through the new process. I had so many questions and she took the time to answer them all.Michael S.
Rose is always really honest and always does her best for me and takes care of any problems I have.Julie F.
Donna has been at HPC for over 10 years, and it is apparent in her knowledge and expertise in the Quality Department. Anything you might need when it comes to credentialing, Donna is able to help and get the task done.Chelsea I.
Cindy is always very nice and helpful.Kia Z.
Bryan is a great guy and is very helpful to this office. Whenever we have a computer problem Bryan is there to rescue us. I know if I have an issue I can go to Bryan and he will take care of it.Alice A.
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.
Vicki is a fabulous recruiter. She was always prompt with answering any of my concerns or questions. She was very easy to get ahold of and always had a positive attitude. She was excellent to work with and I'd recommend her to anyone.Kayla B.
He is what brought me to your company. Really took his time to explain things. Really made me feel like he was working for me, not a commission. Thanks for helping me out and finding the perfect assignment.James R.
Hard worker who gets the job doneLauren B.
Nichole is very articulate and precise with her knowledge in marketing, highly profiling HPC throughout Michigan and the world with her skills and talent.Nina R.
Always returns my emails. She is very professional, helpful, and caring.Shuree N.
Anyone at HPC would agree that Natalie does her job, and then some. She is a great example of teamwork and dedication.Chelsea I.
Organized and creative presentations and new marketing ideas. Always vivid and clear in emails for new marketing campaigns we launch and knowledge in recruitment.Jason D.
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.
Very diligent! Nina is very effective in her day to day operations and makes work easier for everyone else in the organization!Jeff K.
As I always say, they are GREAT.
Faith RoundtreeAHSA - Oaklawn Hospital
I have been very happy with health providers choice. Never any issues and have enjoyed working with Paul.
Kelly JohnsonMercy General Muskegon - S3
My recruiter is always available to me. She communicates well and is very attentive. I've had no issues with payroll, which was common with my other company. I'm very happy so far.
Cynthia StanleyChandler Regional Hospital - NMS
Going on assignment with a friend has a lot of advantages. If there’s demand for more than one travel nurse, it’s a great way to end up at a facility with at least one friendly face. But make sure you’re both equally invested. The last thing you want is to end up clashing with your friend! Here’s how to make the most of an assignment with another person.
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.
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.