Travel Nurse Across America
Last updated 1 year ago
Similar ideas popular now
Pursue a Career That Moves You.
Shout out to #TNAAambassador Rodney S. who recently shared this about his experience with TNAA:nn"Travel Nurse Across America has been by far the best employer I have had throughout my healthcare career and one of the best of my whole work history. I would recommend Travel Nurse Across America to any current travel nurse or nurse interested in traveling. You may find agencies that pay more, but the difference in pay certainly does not make up for the care that TNAA provides for their nurses."
Interview With an ICU RN Working a COVID-19 Unit
Hearing directly from the source is the easiest way to learn what it's like as an ICU nurse on a COVID-19 unit. So, we walked through several questions with #TNAAambassador Ally F; and instead of creating our own version of what was said, we are sharing the answers directly with you.
The Travel Nurses Working the COVID-19 Units
“I’m a travel nurse currently on assignment in the state of Washington, one of the states with high rates of those infected with COVID-19.” nnRead stories from real TNAA nurses working COVID-19 units across the US in our latest blog. n
🚨 #TNAAgivesback GIVEAWAY ANNOUNCEMENT 🚨 Meet Ginny - A TNAA Ambassador and lover of all things outdoors. This Midwest girl fell in love with the Pacific Northwest and has been traveling with TNAA since 2018. Ginny lost her mom to breast cancer when she was only 2 years old. Ginny's mom was also a nurse, and she wanted to honor her mom by becoming a nurse as well. You can read more about Ginny's story (and how to qualify to win one of four Ultimate Prize Package giveaways) in the link.
Jenn Silvers RN Daisy Award
Congratulations to TNAA Ambassador, Jenn, who was presented with our latest DAISY award earlier this week! The patient that nominated Jenn said it was apparent that she loves her profession and will be forever honored and blessed to have met her. Congratulations again, Jenn! We are so proud of you and honored that you choose to #travelwithTNAA! Check out the video below to see more of this special day & drop a comment to help us congratulate Jenn!
Guest Post: What Traveling Means to My Family
It is #NationalPediatricNursesWeek and we want to thank all of our pediatric nurses who provide care for tiny humans and their families. We truly appreciate everything you do! Check out this guest blog from #TNAAambassador (and peds superhero) Brittany G. about what traveling means to her family.
“You’re off to great places, today is your day. Your mountain is waiting, so get on your way.” - Dr. Seuss From small-town Arkansas to big-sky Montana, Elizabeth’s travel nurse journey led her to go on her first hike, a 5.7-mile trek. Travel nursing, like hiking, taps into your sense of adventure; pushing and challenging you in the best way. Where will your travel nurse journey lead you? #travelwithTNAA and find your mountain.
Meet this week's #SundaySpotlight traveler, Kyle! Kyle is a TNAA Ambassador who recently celebrated his 3-year anniversary with us 🎉, and we are constantly inspired by him. In 1999, Kyle was more interested in his Big K Cola than thinking about his future as a #travelnurse, but we are thankful for his choice to #travelwithTNAA now! #TNAAturns20 this year, and we are throwing it back to the 90s through the month of April to celebrate! (Thanks again for the throwback photo, Kyle!)
Today is #worldstorytellingday, so we wanted to share an inspiring story from one of our TNAA Ambassadors, Laura! You can read more about Laura's calling to be a nurse on our blog linked in our bio! . . In celebration of TNAA's 20th birthday, we are throwing it back to the '90s through the month of April! This photo was sent to us by Laura from her wedding day in 1990! #TNAAturns20 #travelwithtnaa
How Two Nurses Found Love on Assignment
Meet this week's #SundaySpotlight traveler, Zane! Zane is a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle turned TNAA Ambassador who chose to #travelwithTNAA almost 4 years ago! Every new traveler expects starting a career in travel nursing to come with exciting adventures of all kinds, but Zane didn't know just how exciting his adventure would be! (For a story that will give you ALL of the heart eyes, follow the link!)
Happy Saturday! This week we are highlighting TNAA Ambassador, Ally! Ally has been traveling with us since 2015, and she is one of the most adventurous people we know! Have questions about traveling? Odds are she has been there & will have some great recommendations for you! This past week Ally celebrated an anniversary, a birthday, accepted a new assignment, AND she went skydiving! We are so happy that Ally chooses to #travelwithTNAA and that she shares her many adventures with us!
Getting to Know Our Nurses: Benjamin Henry Uses New Pilot’s License for a Good Cause
Meet this weeks #SundaySpotlight traveler, Benjamin! Benjamin chose to #travelwithTNAA in 2014, and we are so glad he did! We consider Benjamin fly for many reasons, but one reason is he has his pilot's license and is involved in some pretty cool stuff because of it!