Attention fun-loving, good-deed-doing nurses!
Our partners at SeriousFun Children's Network are in need of ER or pediatric nurses for their 2020 summer camp sessions, early May through the end of August. In order to help ensure that they have the healthcare staff needed to offer campers a transformative experience, Medical Solutions will sponsor 18 Travelers for these very special paid assignments!
Ideal candidates for these positions are ER nurses with pediatric experience, PICU experience, or at least one year of recent pediatric experience.
SeriousFun camps provide children living with serious illnesses a spectacular camp experience and high-quality medical care, all in the safest and most supportive environment—helping them rediscover all the joy, hope, and friendship of childhood. But SeriousFun camps are more than just fun. The camps and programs are purposely designed to foster independence, resilience, and personal growth, helping children to see beyond the limits of their medical conditions and experience all that life has to offer. Even better, SeriousFun provides this amazing experience free of charge — and they depend on excellent staff and volunteers to make that possible.
Medical Solutions is proud to partner with the following camps:
Roundup River Ranch, located in gorgeous Gypsum, Colorado, just 45 minutes west of Vail.
Camp Boggy Creek, located in sunny Eustis, Florida, just 45 minutes north of Orlando.
The Painted Turtle, located in beautiful Lake Hughes, California, just 45 minutes north of Los Angeles.
The Hole in the Wall Gang Camp, located in scenic Ashford, CT.
Flying Horse Farms, located in the breathtaking woods just outside Mt. Gilead, OH.
Victory Junction, located in stunning Randleman, North Carolina.
If you’re an ER nurse with pediatric experience or a nurse with PICU experience or at least one year of recent pediatric experience who wants to be a part of this amazing effort — while also treating yourself to a sweet summer location and rewarding camp experience — please fill out the form below.