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How To Know If Travel Nursing Is Right For You

As all travelers know, the opportunity to be a travel nurse is an exciting and unique career opportunity that attracts nurses from a variety of different backgrounds and specialties. Travel nursing is one of the more sought out nursing jobs. If you have thought about one of Trinity’s travel RN jobs, we want you to… Continue Reading

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The Trinity Insider: September 2016 Edition

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Time to Make Your Holiday Assignment Plans! The holidays are closer than it seems, and hospitals are already looking to book assignments in November, December and January, so they know their holiday shifts are covered.  Travel Nurses are critical to these busy times and we want to thank you for sharing your holidays with your… Continue Reading

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The Trinity Insider: August 2016 Edition

Sophia Cunha is an Army National Guard Reservist who started her career as a travel nurse with Trinity in August 2015. Sophia joined the National Guard 5 years ago to defend our country and “do her part,” a duty just as important to Sophia as the responsibility she has to her patients as a nurse.  … Continue Reading

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4 Tips to Make Travel Transition Easier!

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For some travelers, getting accustomed to a new location, city, or state is the most intimidating part of taking on a travel assignment. But, as a matter of fact, that can be the most exciting and adventurous part of traveling! For those who find it hard adjusting to new locations, here are some tips to… Continue Reading

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The Trinity Insider: June 2016 Edition

The Trinity Insider June 2016 Edition

Travel nurses are in high demand in California, which means high pay rates and great bonuses. We’ll help you get licensed so you can take advantage of these amazing opportunities.  Charles Welch is a Med/Surg and Med/Psych RN who has worked as a travel nurse for four years. He has been traveling with Trinity for close… Continue Reading

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The Trinity Insider: May 2016 Edition

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Earlier this month, we celebrated Nurses Week by profiling just a few of the extraordinary nurses who travel with Trinity.  Didn’t get a chance to check out their profiles during the week? Check out their stories below and get to know each of them. Carolina Matthews Carolina Matthews is an experienced PCU and telemetry travel RN… Continue Reading

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The Trinity Insider: April 2016 Edition

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Scott Parker is an ER nurse and his adventurous spirit has guided him as a travel nurse with Trinity since 2008.  His first assignment was in Billings, Montana.  Trinity recruiter Ron York uses one word to describe him: Awesome. Part of his awesomeness is that he is comfortable in any setting, including Level 1 Trauma and Level… Continue Reading

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Why Travel Nurses Fall in Love With Alaska

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Famous for its natural phenomenon of the Aurora Borealis and its stunning glaciers, Alaska attracts visitors from around the country, but not all of them are fortunate enough to stay for 13 weeks. We spoke with one of our travel RNs after she completed her Alaskan assignment, about her best advice for travel nurses considering… Continue Reading

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How to Spend Your Days Off: Travel Nurse Edition

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Whether you’re a travel nurse on assignment within driving distance from your hometown or living somewhere completely new to you, there are a number of great ways to spend your time adventuring around your town. New to town and not sure what to do first? After arriving and settling into your assignment, ask your fellow… Continue Reading

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How to Settle Into Your New Assignment as a Travel Nurse

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At Trinity Healthcare Staffing Group, we are dedicated to providing you with the resources you need to settle in comfortably. Your recruiter is available 24/7, day and night. You’ll never get left stranded away from home without support. If you have questions or concerns about anything, or simply need advice, your recruiter is there for… Continue Reading

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