On my days off, I volunteer with the local SAR communities and California Search and Rescue Dog Association.
Travel nursing is a great way to learn about yourself personally, challenge yourself professionally, all while exploring and experiencing the big, beautiful world we live in.
I am so glad to have been able to combine the two things I love most, being a nurse and traveling. I'm thankful for medical solutions for allowing Leonardo to travel with me where ever I go. He has loved exploring the United States as much as I have. Thanks for making my dream come true.
During my Arizona assignment, I hiked to Havasupai Falls and camped at the Indian reservation at the bottom. From there, I hiked down to the Colorado River and back. In all, I covered 36 miles in three days, and it was the most beautiful, serene environment I have ever been in!
On the road trip to our first Travel Nursing job at the University of Washington, we attempted to hit as many national parks as possible, or what we called our 'multi-national park extravaganza.' We saw some of the gems of the country, including Grand Canyon National Park and Petrified Forest National Park, and we look forward to all the adventures Seattle will bring!
My husband and I decided to start living married life by adventuring together. We will be celebrating our first year of marriage in the beautiful Pacific Northwest. We have loved every minute of traveling and experiencing new things together.
My husband and I are new to Travel Nursing. We are so happy to have already seen so many sights with our two little boys. So excited to see more as the assignments come.
I am a happy Traveler enjoying the country and its beauty! I'll continue my journey with my beautiful family and explore as much of the nation as possible while helping people!
I spent my first travel assignment in New Orleans, Louisiana during Mardi Gras, then made my way up the East Coast, where I worked as a summer camp nurse. I spent a gorgeous autumn in New England, and then traveled to Memphis, Tennessee for the winter. I spend my assignments eating all the good food, adventuring outdoors with my dog, and baking goodies to send back home!
While on assignment in Palo Alto, California, we decided to visit the place where the hippie movement began. Great place with interesting people and stories. Thanks Doug! Great assignment!
My husband and I packed our bags and drove to California for my first travel assignment. We spent that time exploring all that the central coast had to offer. We spent many mornings at the beach and enjoyed a little taste of wine country in Napa Valley. Next, we headed north to Seattle, Washington where we have enjoyed lots of beautiful views, a ferry ride, and good food. We look forward to continuing our exciting adventure!
I took a hike up one of the mountains in Aspen, Colorado. It was a snowy hour-and-a-half of steep incline to get to the top. When I reached the top, the stunning view made it all worth it. Few people get to enjoy this view in person!
Before I started with Medical Solutions I had never stepped foot in the Pacific Ocean, had lunch on top of a mountain, or stared in awe at the Grand Canyon; this week I did all three.
My friend and I decided to live outside of our comfort zone for 13 weeks. So, we made the most of our first travel assignment by taking road trips. On our days off, we would drive to San Jose, San Francisco, and Carmel, California. We will always cherish that trip.
I've been on many adventures as a Traveling RN in Alaska. I've seen so many great places, encountered different cultures, and met several new friends.
I traveled throughout my pregnancy. I worked until I was 38 weeks pregnant and delivered my son in Honolulu, Hawaii before moving back home.
Traveling has always brought me many wonderful memories. Travel Nursing is creating more opportunities for more wonderful experiences and beautiful memories.
This is my first day as a gypsy. Yes , my car is all packed and I am ready to go. What adventures, challenges, and accomplishments lie before me!
I am a culture enthusiast. While on a travel assignment in Sacramento, California I ate some delicious authentic homemade Greek, Indian, and Filipino food which was a treat from my daily routine. I also made a lot of good friends. A big 'thanks!' to my recruiter Bobby.
Without becoming a Travel Nurse, I would still be at home and probably never have left my hometown hospital. I am very grateful for the opportunity Medical Solutions has given me to work and travel. Next stop, Milwaukee, Wisconsin!
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