Whether you are interested in becoming a nurse, or you’re an APRN who already has many years under your belt, it is essential to understand the nurse levels and hierarchy so that you know what options you have in your career.
That very first year (or two) of nursing can be some of the most challenging and emotionally taxing years of your nursing career. You are thrust into an environment that is largely foreign — because come on, we all know nursing school is not capable of truly preparing you for the real world!
In an effort to combat some of the staff nursing exoduses to travel positions, more and more hospitals across the nation are offering internal travel nurse programs. Like traditional travel nursing contracts through staffing agencies, these internal travel nurse programs offer short-term contracts, high pay, and sometimes, limited benefits.
* Excel Medical Staffing is committed to improving the lives of traveling clinicians beyond job placement and recruitment. The article below, written by Managing Director Kevin Sellers, is the first of many “WE CARE” blogs committed to doing just that! Goals have become an integral part of family, business, and recreational life. Goals provide clarity […]
“Nursing the World Back to Health”Excel Medical Staffing is proud to celebrate nurses across all 50 states and recognize your selfless contributions. You are highly specialized professionals with skills that cover the full-spectrum of modern healthcare, from ER crises to childbirth to hospice. You are the first point of contact for most patients and their […]
I bought a ghost town. This sounds to me like something a couple of travel nurses would do as a lark between assignments. It’s the raw sense of adventure that is so inspirational about traveling nurses and Mr. Brent Underwood and his ghost town. When I think of Cerro Gordo more than 100 […]
The travel nursing industry is truly a unique one. It allows medical facilities to meet clinician demands in areas where permanent nurses are lacking. As we have seen in years past, and as we continue to see, there has always been a shortage of permanent nurses. According to forecasting research done by the University of […]
Our Career Excelerator Kevin Sellers has provides a great look at his role with Excel Medical Staffing in this insightful Q&A. He highlights how he loves taking care of our clinicians, and some of the work we’ve done in our community. What does a day in the life of an Excelerator look like? Literally: wake […]
When our team came together, we decided we would only move forward with Excel if and only if we could inspire better healthcare by championing the needs of traveling clinicians.